Picture yourself eating a handful of red raspberries, drinking a glass of fresh squeezed lemonade, or sipping on a glass of fine wine. Those sour, tart and acidic flavors you are currently imagining are what make sour beer taste quite different from traditional beers. These flavors, which are unique to sour beers, are the product of time and the right mix of microorganisms. This weekend we will have some of the best examples of aged sours from our library.
The Bruery - Rueuze 2012
Sour Blonde Ale aged in Oak Barrels - Placentia, California (5.9% alc.)
Almanac Beer Co. - Dogpatch Sour 2013
Ale brewed w/ Cherries aged in Wine Barrels - San Francisco, California (7.25% alc.)
Russian River Brewing Co.- Supplication 2012
Ale aged in Pinot Noir Barrels w/ Cherries - Santa Rosa, California (7.75% alc.)
Cascade Brewing - Cranberry 2014
Ale aged in Oak with Cranberry & Spices - Portland, Oregon (8.2% alc.)
Come in for this special $26 taster flight
but stay to enjoy the 103 beers on taps...
Please remember all drinks need to be consumed before our closing times.
Management reserves the right to substitute items being tasted.
Tastings subject to change on Sunday.