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Vibrant Forest Brewery Zuur BlackBerry (3.5%)

This is a lovely and very refreshing little sour beer. Brewed with foraged blackberries, it pours a delightful pink and smells of hay bales, silage and autumn berries. There’s a soft as you like popcorn, rice cake and waffle malt … Continue reading

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The Ley Of The Land: Lines Brew Co.

Lines Brew Co. of Caerphilly, Wales are doing something a little bit different and from my experience so far, they’re doing it very well. Set up earlier in 2017, Lines brew and, almost more importantly, are blenders of varying Lines … Continue reading

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Mikkeller Spontansauternais (5.5%)

Aged in Sauternes barrels, a sweet white wine from the Graves area of Bordeaux, this is exactly the kind of sour beer that I like.It is deep and rich and rewarding with an aroma steeped with bright woody orchard fruits. … Continue reading

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Buxton Brewery Superluminal (7%)

Another collaboration brew with Stillwater Artisinal, this time it’s a Sour India Pale Ale and it’s decent enough, if not as mind blowing as you might hope. The aroma is tart lemon and some warm honey, and the beer sits … Continue reading

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Poppyland Brewery Black Wit (6.3%)

Martin does it again. This time it’s a black wheat beer brewed with a sour wort, Belgian yeast and molasses, and it’s extremely good. Pouring an inky black with a fluffy cappuccino head, the smell is treacle, prunes and fresh … Continue reading

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