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Sour / Wild Ale
All About Sour Ale
Types of Sour Ale:
- Lambic: The raw, wild yeast used to ferment lambic ale gives it a rich flavor with a full body and satisfying kick. Toss back a few bottles during the game while you munch on potato wedges and cheese fries.
- Flanders Red: As one of the most widely available sour ales, Flanders red delivers a satisfying tart punch upon the first sip, and the sour notes continue long after you set your bottle or can aside. If you can't get enough sour flavor, this is the ale for you.
- American sour ale: The craft-brewing scene has long been fascinated with sour brews, especially in the States. Try as many as you can to see which ones suit your taste buds the best. We're betting you'll find at least a few that become regular staples in your fridge.
- Gose: Derived from German roots, gose sour ales tend to offer sharp, crisp flavors tempered with sweeter syrups. It's a great chaser if you're doing shots, but it also works by itself. Just steer clear of the potato chips, as this ale sometimes seems to have more salt in it than the Atlantic Ocean.
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