7% | 375ml
– June 17, 2021
– May 14, 2021
This is my husbands very favourite sour beer we try and keep it for occasions drinking but its usually opened shortly after it arrives
– April 7, 2020
Amazing but intense! Certainly a departure from a common sour. The burgundy fruit notes come through in the aftertaste and really add an an appeasing finish to a strong sour
– August 22, 2018
– March 22, 2018
– November 30, -0001
really liked this and even better, my wife hated it.
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After using a Belgian yeast strain to give a good foundation on which to build, Thornbridge aged the beer in Burgundy barrels. Adding cultures of Brettanomyces, Pediococcus and Lactobacillus at set points let us sour the beer gradually over many months and give layers of flavour that can only develop over time. The rich fruit aroma and flavours compliment the sharp sourness which subsides for more malt and yeast character to come through. Lively, dry and thirst-quenching, this beer is a beer to savour; a complex and mature sour ale.