Olvalde The Auroch’s Horn
From Ovalde’s Farm – The Auroch’s Horn is a modern reinterpretation of ancient ale brewed throughout Europe more than two thousand years ago. Ale was a staple of the barbarian diet, with Roman historians documenting a beverage made with barley, wheat, and honey in Britannia, Gaul, and Germania. The ale was consumed from the horn of the auroch (or aurochs), a now extinct wild bull.
Ovalde’s Farm and Brewing – The Auroch’s Horn – 750 ml. bottle poured into a goblet. 10% abv. Thanks Caleb!
Appearance: Pours a bright amber gold with a white ring.
Aroma: Funky spicy Belgian-like yeast banana clove.
Taste: Clove spice, banana, pineapple, pepper. Vanilla and honey.
Mouthfeel: Highly carbonated, full bodied.
Overall: Very tasty, perfectly balanced for such a big beer.