On tap at Ambulance, appealing oaken whiskey barrel-aged Flanders Red Ale brings clover-honeyed red cherry souring to the fore as vinous green grape acidity lowers spicy raisin-prune conflux and charcoaled mocha snip.
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DUNCAN’S ABBEY QUAD
On tap at The Oath, local Tarrytown brewer utilizes all New York grown organic ingredients to develop rich Belgian quad. Local wildflower honeyed caramel malting gains sweet ‘n sour burgundy, black grape, bruised black cherry and blueberry influence as well as slight lemon tartness above dewy peat soiling. Funky Belgian yeast strain brings cellar-like fungi musk to musty dried fruiting.
DUNCAN’S ABBEY SAISON
On tap at The Oath, white-wined lactobacillus yeast souring affects tart yellow-fruited spicing and dry raw-honeyed pilsner malting of rangy farmhouse ale. Lemony orange-grapefruit spurt lingers above lightly leathered straw dryness.