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– July 29, 2020
base tastes like mild lambic, good for someone not too much into full sourness experience; + fruity and oaky notes
– February 11, 2020
The other favourite from wild beer co. Strong flavours and nice oaky finish
– December 16, 2019
Interesting take on a Flanders Red, not quite as funky as some Belgian ones, but still tasty.
– November 5, 2019
Wild Beer Co doing what they do best, a fruity red ale with a sour finish
– October 27, 2019
Lots of dark fruit and woody notes, not overly sour.
– October 6, 2019
One of my top 5 breweries,never fail to produce quality and this is no exception
– October 3, 2019
Got alot of wood flavour from this. Expected more fruit.
– September 23, 2019
Lovely fruity Flanders Red.
– September 21, 2019
Lovely Flanders Red.. Mild and fruity sour
– September 16, 2019
That’s one good ale
– April 9, 2019
– January 19, 2019
Extremely tart red berries. Very sour indeed. Nice!
– November 30, 2018
Sour cherry and red berry on the nose which follows through in the flavour; sharp berry accompanied by funky wild undertones that leaves a dry finish. A beer to be savoured.
– November 23, 2018
Bought this for a friend and he loved it
– November 12, 2018
Lot of yeast, lot of vinegar. I struggle with vinegar acidity but there’s some great flavours in here from sour cherry and red berries. Tart finish with more sweetness balancing well with the vinegar.
– September 24, 2018
– September 23, 2018
Reddish hue with sour fruit aromas, beautiful and complex. A really good version of a Flanders red ale.
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– June 10, 2018
Absolutely delicious! Sour, tart berries with a hint of that cherry balsamic twang
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The Redwood Project began in 2013 when Wild Beer foraged late summer fruits from around the brewery. These rested in red wine barrels for a full year with some of their wildest beer before being packaged. Redwood varies year on year based on the fruits available and barrels selected. The mix of berries and barrels culminate in a crescendo of sweetness, roasted oak and vibrant acidity.