Tag Archives: Sour Beer

Turning Point Brewing Co. I Talk To The Wind (5.5%)

What a big bright and refreshingly pink beer this is. Pouring thick and fizzy, the smell is raspberry ripple ice cream, rich and sweet and fruity. Brewed with one hundred grams of raspberry purée per litre and aged on vanilla … Continue reading

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Bad Seed Brewery Tropic Fusion (4.6%)

While I’ve still got a real downer on modern sour beer, I have a soft spot for beer that has been kettle soured. Take this one for example. The fresh juicy mango and passion fruit give you a soft round … Continue reading

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Cloudwater Brew Co. Barry From Finance (8%)

In a word, yuck. This murky pale peach coloured Sour Double IPA is too thick, too heavy, and the soreness comes on as a light biliousness, sick in your mouth aftertaste. Sure there’s some decent enough passion fruit and orange … Continue reading

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Half A Dozen Reasons To Like Two Tribes Brewing

NEIPA (5.9%) A collaboration with Australia’s Big Shed Brewing, this lovely little beer uses a dank London Yeast strain, Australian Cascade, Ella and Topaz hops, and some lovely English malts. There’s a soft sweet caramel, honey and shortbread biscuit malt … Continue reading

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Firestone Walker Brewing Co. Feral Vinifera (9.8%)

This is my first experience of Firestone Walker’s Barrelworks beer and it has blown me away. A blend of beer aged in French Oak and American Oak casks, and fermented with a range of locally grown wine grapes, this is … Continue reading

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