Gypsy Tart pours a reddish brown, significantly hazy, with tons of sediment and an off white coarse head. It smells of slight funk, biscuit, and dark cherry. It's fairly carbonated with a light mouthfeel, making it seem a little watery and too reserved with notes of dried fruit, bread, and weak malt. It's not sweet, it's not sour, and it drinks a little boozy with warming at the finish. The combination of very mild funk, biscuit, and fruit with no sweetness or tartness left us wanting more in every category for a beer that's also mildly expensive. From an experimental perspective, they're on the right track, it just needs to be amped up.
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