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This article nails it.


I do not go out of my way to find any “sour” beers. I also have a pet peeve about folks who utilize the terms wild ale, and sour interchangeable.

If I wanted to drink vinegar, I would go out to my local grocer, and buy a bottle of vinegar. The profile is not appealing to me, or my gastric systems.

A Wild Ale however, now we are talking. Give me all the Brett inoculated saisons. All of them.

Thoughts? Where do you lean on the sour / wild ale spectrum?.

Soured: Craft Beer’s Misplaced Obsession With Bugs and How to Deal With It

I like sour beer. Hell, there are sours that I love (I’m lookin’ at you, Rodenbach Grand Cru and Nodding Head Berliner). But craft beer, you’ve gone too far…


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