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Allagash Pick Your Own

"Pick Your Own begins as a sour red ale that’s aged in an oak foudre with Lactobacillus and Pediococcus for two years. After adding fresh, local raspberries, cherries, strawberries, and blueberries, we age it for an additional three months. The finished beer is a vibrant, ruby red with an aroma of ripe berries and vanilla. As you might expect, berries fill the flavor. Pick Your Own finishes dry with notes of bread crust and a lingering, tart juiciness." —brewer

Almanac Valley of the Heart's Delight

"This sour beer is inspired by the Santa Clara Valley’s agricultural roots, before it was known as Silicon Valley, it was called “The Valley of the Heart’s Delight.” It was a fertile basin filled with fruit orchards, especially apricots. Inspired by this lost agrarian past, we combined local apricots and cherries with our barrel sour blonde ale to create this fruit-forward sour." —brewer

Cascade Blueberry Northwest Sour Ale 2016 Project

"The 2016 Blueberry project is a blend of sour wheat and blond ales that were aged in white wine barrels for up to 12 months with more than 8,000 pounds of fresh blueberries. The 2016 growing season delivered fruit with elegant blueberry aromatics, providing clean fruit expression to this blend, complemented by the dry, cereal grain notes of the beer with hints of lemon, violets, a soft oak presence and lively acidity." —brewer

Crooked Stave L'Brett d'Apricot

"Golden sour aged in oak barrels with apricots." —brewer
$24.49 $22.99 (Save $1.50)

Crooked Stave Origins

"Base Burgundy Sour aged in Oak Barrels. Our Homage to the history of barrel-aging and those who have influenced us along the way." —brewer
$24.49 $17.99 (Save $6.50)

Gueuzerie Tilquin Stout Rullquin

"Beer of mixed fermentation, the Stout Rullquin is obtained from a blending of 7/8 of Rulles Brune (Stout de Gaume) and 1/8 of a blend of 1 year old lambics, which has matured for 8 months on oak barrels. Unfiltered and unpasteurized, this beer is refermented for 6 months in the bottle." —brewer

Off Collor Eeek!

"Brewed in collaboration with Miller High Life. Brewed with Pils Malt, Pale Malt and Light-stable Hop Extract. Fermented with a house blend of wild indigenous yeasts and acidifying bacteria." —brewer

Victory Wisdom's Hour

"Aroma - Immediate aromas of Brettanomyces, followed by sour, lactic aromas from the kettle acidification. The lactic aromas can almost be citrus-like. Perhaps some slight hint of red berries. Flavor is immediately tart, almost candy tart, with a dry finish. Fruit flavors of dates and raisins, however, it is almost exactly how a fresh, firm, tart plum might taste. Especially a bite of a plum that includes the skin. Think of the tartness of the fruit flesh, balanced with the tannins from the plum skin. In the flavor and aroma, there are also some undertones of spice, oak and chocolate. Again the finish is dry and is complimented by pleasant drying tannins, similar to what is experienced in some red wines." —brewer