Beer Review: THE BRUERY FOUR SCHIZZLES (BEACHWOOD 4TH ANNIVERSARY)

Beer Review: THE BRUERY FOUR SCHIZZLES (BEACHWOOD 4TH ANNIVERSARY)

Beachwood BBQ in Seal Beach is commemorating its 5th anniversary this week, and the festivities include the revival of past Anniversary beers, as detailed in our event coverage. The spotlight falls on last year’s concoction, Four Schizzles, a collaboration with The Bruery, expertly fusing Oude Tart and Anniversary Ale. This brew had its moment in the spotlight at The Bruery tasting room on March 12th.

Appearance

The pour reveals a midnight ruby hue, crowned by a substantial and enduring beige head.

Aroma

A symphony of scents unfolds, featuring notes of wine barrel, a hint of a damp basement, and a tang of sour cherry.

Taste

The flavor profile dances across the palate, with prominent elements of oak, sourness, dried dark fruit, chocolate, lemon pulp, and blackberry. The sequence may vary, as these flavors intertwine dynamically.

Mouthfeel

The beer offers a tingly sensation and boasts a full-bodied texture.

Overall

Four Schizzles presents an extraordinary amalgamation of sour and decadent qualities. The anticipation lingers for a potential inclusion in The Bruery’s regular lineup, given its impressive character and flavor complexity.