Tag Archives: Sour Beer

Dry & Bitter Brewing Co. Raspvery (5.5%)

I’m still out of love with sour beer, but I know a well made one when I taste it and Dry & Bitter’s kettle soured Raspberry Beer is, like everything else they do, very well made indeed. The aroma is … Continue reading

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Wylam’s Northern Powerhouse: A Mixed Bag

Wylam Brewery, who everyone knows and most people love, have been collaborating with their friends and fellow brewers based in the north of England. The result is a collection of eight beers that have been beautifully presented in matching cans … Continue reading

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Wander Beyond Brewing Paddle (4.3%)

A few weeks ago I said how bored I was with modern sour beer and how much I’d gone off them. And so it was with some trepidation that I cracked this beautifully designed can and pour the delightfully pink … Continue reading

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Abbeydale Brewery Unbeliever (3.8%)

Abbeydale’s Grapefruit and Hibiscus Sour is an easy drinking pink thing whose aroma is soft flower petals and fruit sweeties. There’s a soft and delicate sourness to this beer, so don’t be afraid, you won’t have your face turned inside … Continue reading

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Mad Hatter Brew Co. Sour Te Punga (4.5%)

I do love that metallic smack you get from a kettled sour, a little like catching a filling on a bit of tin foil, but in a much more enjoyable way. Te Punga gives you just that steely clang, sharp … Continue reading

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