Day 27: Bruery Terreux Frucht: Boysenberry

For the last sour Saturday of the project we are going back to California to check out Bruery Terreux Fruct: Boysenberry. Bruery Terreux is the sour project from the The Bruery. I haven’t had a brew from either of their elements so I thought this was as good as time as any to give them…

Day 20: 10 Barrel Brewing Co. Cucumber Sour

So I know this is supposed to be Day 21 but good old St. Patrick got the best of me and I really didn’t want to press my luck yesterday trying to put down a sour ale. So today I’m pulling double duty to catch up. So on Saturday’s we (were supposed to…) drink sours….

Day 13: Almanac Farmer’s Reserve Blueberry sour

Another week, another attempt at finding a quaffable sour. This week I’m giving Almanac Beer Company out of Northern California a go. I’ve heard good things from fellow beer nerds as to the good booze coming out of this Northern Cali brewery. We have several offerings from Almanac at the store but I chose the…

Day 6: Heathen Brewing Mojito Sour

I hadn’t had a brew from Heathen Brewing company until I popped the cap on this bad boy. Heathen Brewing out of Vancouver Washington. Even though I mentioned that I was going to try and venture out of the state for brews in my introductory post, there are just soooo many here in state. So…

Day 5: Rodenbach Caractere Rouge 2013

For my first “World Beer” of 30 Beers in 30 Days I’m going Belgian. I must admit that as popular and world renowned as Rodenbach is in the sour category I have never tried one of their beers. I missed my perfect opportunity for a namesake brew review with the Rodenbach Alexander. So when starting…

Drinking & Thinking

The more and more sours I try, the more and more I get annoyed with beer culture. I really think that sours as a variety are the most overrated style in the beer world. For every one good one that I’ve had there are ten nearly undrinkable ones on the market. The main reason that…