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458. 5 Rabbit Cerveceria – 5 Vulture Mexican-style Dark Ale
A couple months ago, my friend Joe stopped through town on his way back to St. Louis from Chicago. He and I stopped at Destihl and had a few beers (I had Destihl St. Dekkera Reserve Bela Imperial Pilsner Sour Ale, Destihl Downstate Pale Ale, and Destihl Destihl Strawberry Blonde Ale), and after we were finished he reached into his car and pulled out several beers he had gotten in Chicago for me. I had heard of 5 Rabbit, but haven’t been able to have any of their beers yet, so I was excited about trying this one. The bottle says, “Five Vulture is a deep amber ale with complex caramel aromas, toasted sugar notes and a long elegant spicy finished, roasted Ancho chili is used to add depth, without much heat or strong chili flavors.”
Location: Poured into a Sam Adams perfect pint glass from the bottle at my home in Bloomington, IL.
Numbers: 6.4% ABV, ~ 190 Calories
Appearance & Aroma: It’s a very dark, rusty-red color and pretty clear. It’s got a thick, creamy head on it, and lots of carbonation in it. There’s a light caramel-malty aroma with some hints of an almost cardboard-like smell.
Taste & Feel: The body is medium, and the mouthfeel is fairly creamy, with a little bit of carbonation bite. It’s got a bready, slightly caramel malt flavor up front, with hints of…
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458. 5 Rabbit Cerveceria – 5 Vulture Mexican-style Dark Ale

A couple months ago, my friend Joe stopped through town on his way back to St. Louis from Chicago. He and I stopped at Destihl and had a few beers (I had Destihl St. Dekkera Reserve Bela Imperial Pilsner Sour AleDestihl Downstate Pale Ale, and Destihl Destihl Strawberry Blonde Ale), and after we were finished he reached into his car and pulled out several beers he had gotten in Chicago for me. I had heard of 5 Rabbit, but haven’t been able to have any of their beers yet, so I was excited about trying this one. The bottle says, “Five Vulture is a deep amber ale with complex caramel aromas, toasted sugar notes and a long elegant spicy finished, roasted Ancho chili is used to add depth, without much heat or strong chili flavors.”

Location: Poured into a Sam Adams perfect pint glass from the bottle at my home in Bloomington, IL.

Numbers: 6.4% ABV, ~ 190 Calories

Appearance & Aroma: It’s a very dark, rusty-red color and pretty clear. It’s got a thick, creamy head on it, and lots of carbonation in it. There’s a light caramel-malty aroma with some hints of an almost cardboard-like smell.

Taste & Feel: The body is medium, and the mouthfeel is fairly creamy, with a little bit of carbonation bite. It’s got a bready, slightly caramel malt flavor up front, with hints of…

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