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Port Brewing Old Viscosity Ale - 09/20/2013

Syrupy and sweet, it's not quite a stout or a porter. It hints at caramel, malt, toasted oats and finishes with a bitter chocolate flavor.

Coronado Brewing Co. Blue Bridge Coffee Stout - 09/20/2013

A very drinkable and smooth beer with a toasty coffee grind aroma and finish. A little on the watery side for a stout, it can almost be categorized at a session beer.

Brouwerij West Dog Ate My Homework - 08/23/2013

Only mildly sweet and tart, this ale with blackberries hints at musty, yeasty fruit. The aroma is bready and crisp and reveals only small amounts of blackberry.

Boon Oude Geuze - 07/18/2013

One of the best geuzes I have ever had the pleasure of tasting. Deliciously tart and bright with a fizzy moutfeel and a pleasantly dry finish.

Logsdon Cerasus - 07/14/2013

Funky, heady and murky in appearance, this kriek beer is pleasing to all the senses. The aroma hints at brettanomyces and cherry with a moderately yeasty and lactic finish.

Lindemans Faro Lambic - 07/05/2013

Lambic beer with candi sugar added. Candi sugar.

Mikkeller Spontanwildstrawberry - 07/05/2013

Ale brewed with strawberries and aged in wine barrels. Mildly tart and sour, this ale is fronted by the funkiness of the brettanomyces and earthy, soft sweetness of strawberries.

Lindemans Cuvée René Gueuze Lambic - 07/04/2013

A mellow, yeasty, drinkable gueuze. Not nearly as sour and funky as my favorite gueuzes, this one is still pretty good.

New Belgium La Folie Sour Brown Ale - 07/03/2013

Deliciously tart, sour and vinegary brown ale that pleases from the first sip to the last. The only thing lacking in this ale is a strong aroma, but the flavor more than makes up for it.

Strubbe's Grand Cru Flemish Red Ale - 07/02/2013

Yeasty Flemish Red Ale with heavy notes of brettanomyces and a strong red wine aroma. It is bright and carbonated, and the aroma and initial taste is the best part.

Anchorage Brewing Anadromous Black Sour Ale - 06/18/2013

A toasty black ale brewed with brettanomyces, pediococcus and lactobacillus aged in french oak pinot noir barrels. The sour, tart notes are prevalent in the aroma and the initial taste.

Freigeist Geisterzug - 06/16/2013

Freigeist spruced up the nearly-extinct traditional sour beer of Leipzig. Boy, I'd hate to imagine how bland the traditional version is if this is a spruced up version.

Brother David's Triple Abbey Style - 06/13/2013

This triple abbey style ale is rather drinkable considering its 10% ABV. The yeast, which hints at banana and citrus, is more prevalent than the alochol.

Russian River Consecration - 06/07/2013

A sour beer lover's dream, Consecration doesn't disappoint. It's sharp, pungent and acidic.

Russian River Redemption - 06/01/2013

Crisp and refreshing. A Belgian-style blonde ale, it's citrusy, yeasty and spicy.

Petrus Aged Pale - 05/31/2013

Tart, bright and sour. This ale, aged in oak casks, has light body and a brightness that resembles white wine.

Russian River Sanctification - 05/31/2013

Fermented exclusively with Brettanomyces, this ale is more wild and yeasty than it is sour. It begins with a tart acidity before transitioning to a citrusy yeast finish.

Hanssens Artisanaal Oude Kriek Lambic - 05/31/2013

Brewed with cherries and aged over three years in oak barrels, this Kriek Lambic is delcious. It's tart and yeasty, and the sweetness of the cherries is balanced and doesn't take over.

North Coast Brewery Le Merle - 05/19/2013

Yeasty, smooth and drinkable. This Belgian farmhouse ale has a nice aroma that hints of banana and bread.

Lindemans Pomme Lambic - 05/17/2013

This Lambic is absolutely delcious. Made with wild yeast that's native to a particular region of Belgium, the ale is also fermented with apple, giving it a sweet, wild flavor.
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