As part of Everybody's Brewing's Local Harvest series, this plum colored beer pours with a huge Pinot Noir nose, courtesy of the barrel it spent three months aging in. The wine overrides the saison yeast and even the 125 pounds of local cherries (Everybody's is in White Salmon, WA in the Columbia River Gorge). Pilsner malt base lets other characteristics shine: there’s certainly a tart cherry profile with good acidity like biting into an almost-ripe cherry, but really there’s a lotta grapes, made all the mustier by the farmhouse yeast. And of course that funkiness. Nevertheless, this is a beer I'd recommend drinking ASAP (it was released a handful of months ago) instead of letting it ride in your cellar. Come July, this will really thrill the winos at the fest.