Appearance – Beautiful, thick, meringue like head. The beer is clear amber on the second pour some sediment comes out as well. The steady streams of bubbles keeps the head inflated perfectly.
Smell – Mild aged Brett funk, starting to get a bit more barnyard (like Mo' Betta, but not nearly as much). Light spicy hops, they have faded since the last tasting.
Taste – Still not very funky, but definite earthiness. Nice balance between hoppiness and dryness. Not sweet, and still without and real tart/sourness. I may up the finishing hops next time around to keep the spicy finish around longer.
Mouthfeel – Prickly carbonation, light body, very refreshing. Carbonation is slightly stronger than before, but no danger of gushing.
Drinkability/Notes – A great session beer for this warm May evening. I wonder if it was the extra O2, acid malt or fermentation temp that caused my batch of Mo' Betta Bretta to get funky so much faster than this one.