Don't be fooled by the bottle, this is a rosé-toned Belgian-style wild ale in its finest. On the nose the beer smells like a raspberry Fruit Roll-Up, but it's entirely dry and funky, brewed with local Chicago raspberries and the renegade wild yeast. Out of the fridge let this beer warm up for five to 10 minutes and notice how its complexity deepens, bringing out a Champagne-esque elegance. And don't fear this as an overly fruity raspberry brew. In fact, the berries play more of a subtle supporting role.