WE RATE IT: 2.5 / 5
Unbeliever is a widely used term. You could be an unbeliever in aliens or an unbeliever in politics. Some people are even unbelievers in science, astonishingly.
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Unbeliever Review

Unbeliever is a widely used term. You could be an unbeliever in aliens, as this can design suggests, or an unbeliever in politics. Some people are even unbelievers in science.

Personally, i’m an unbeliever in this beer.

Unbeliever can and pour

A rhubarb crumble sour which constitutes rhubarb puree and juice that’s added to an oaty base, with a hint of vanilla. For me it was a bit bland, reasonable rhubarb flavour but not much else going on.

Unbeliever: Taste Test

There’s a subtle sweetness in the aroma which is paired with quite an intense rhubarb scent that unfortunately isn’t a sign of things to come.

The pour is quite dark with a pinky hue from the rhubarb and the initial flavour is very tart, the rhubarb flavour coming through nicely to create the kind of fruity tang that only rhubarb can.


Quite a light sour, the rhubarb is largely the only flavour that I got with little in the way of sweetness or vanilla to balance it out; the aftertaste relying heavily on the sharp rhubarb and malty finish to provide some variety.

If it was billed as a rhubarb sour it would have scored higher, but as a rhubarb crumble I would have expected it to have more sweet flavours to provide some crumble for the rhubarb.

Unbeliever: Can Notes

As with all of Abbeydale’s beers, the can is quite intense and dramatic. Much like the Salvation stout we reviewed, the can featured an even full of drama - in this case an actual alien abduction ocurring from a fluting saucer.

It’s all dark and forresty with the saucer and it’s tractor beam (?) bursting with brightness, with a background of yellow and dark grey lines to add more contrast.

Unbeliever can

These cans are fantastic, even if the beer’s not as good as expected you can always be confident that the cans will stand out.

Buy Unbeliever Rhubard Crumble Sour

You can get it from Abbeydale’s own beer shop when it’s back in stock or you can get it from your local bottle shop - we got ours, as always, from Beer Central.

By Adam
A fan of beer since his first can of John Smiths he snook out of his Dad's fridge, Adam is now a craft beer enthusiast. To offset this 'hobby', he also cycles, runs and plays cricket when not spending time with his family.

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