Tag Archives: Sour Beer

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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The Wild Beer Co. Funky Dory (5%)

What started out as a very one dimensional beer, slowly opened up to me as I worked my way down my glass. Initially pouring with a light lemon aroma and a straw coloured body, I wasn’t impressed when I took … Continue reading

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Burning Sky & Yeastie Boys Mr. Suit (5%)

I keep on telling you how I don’t like modern sour beer, how so many of them are so singularly one dimensional. And many of them are, but there are a few, a handful at most, British breweries that manage … Continue reading

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Lost Industry Brewing Why Can’t We Just Get Along (5.5%)

I’ve been saying for some time now that I’ve really gone off modern sour beers. But the thing is, I can always make an exception when Jimmy at Lost Industry has anything to do with them. You see, he is … Continue reading

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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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