This thing is made from King Midas's toenails or something. Here's the story according to the brewery:
This recipe is the actual oldest-known fermented beverage in the world! It is an ancient Turkish recipe using the original ingredients from the 2700 year old drinking vessels discovered in the tomb of King Midas. Somewhere between wine & mead; this smooth, sweet, yet dry ale will please the Chardonnay of beer drinker alike.Well, ok. Let's see.
Appearance- Nothing special on the pour. Decent golden color, some foam, not much retention.
Smell- Spicy, but not in a good way. More like pungent. Grape smell dominates. I don't think this beer is for me.
Taste- Putrid. Really very bad. The grape flavor dominates, and to me it tastes more like fake grape flavoring.
Mouthfeel- OK mouthfeel, fairly smooth, but nothing special.
This beer probably seemed like a good idea, but I thought it was really awful. I couldn't even finish it. Glad I just bought a single.