Tasted last Monday for RIBCo's 1/2 priced draught pints. I unintentionally got a whole pint of this which deterred me from my original 3-pint-plan, and resulted in two for the night. Reviewed on premise in a pint glass.
Mouthfeel: Bubbly and acidic from start to finish. The front may come off as a little light, but in this case, the beer develops more of a body as it transitions towards the finish. Drying end, but not from the hops, more from the fermentation by-products.
Overall Impression: I'd see this as more of a clash between a port, and carbonated dry wine with a hint of beer flavor if you were to be generous. Lots of raisins, almost to the extent they overwhelm. In fact, they do. Most of the complexity is front bound, but the second half reveals a lot of fermentation based flavors as well. Alcohol is very present in the finish