Tag Archives: flanders red ale

BACCHUS LILITH DARK SOUR ALE

On tap at The Oath, elite sour ale with wild brettanomyces-affected yeast acidity and dry oak-barreled raspberry adjunct produces mild Flanders Red Ale pleasantries and delicate Merlot-like eccentricites. Tannic red grape, vinous dark cherry and sour crab apple tartly coalesce beside mild raspberry vinaigrette pucker (above musky cellar funk). Sour heads may find Lilith uncompromisingly splendid.

Image result for bacchus lilith dark sour

NEW GLARUS SERENDIPITY

Inimitable “happy accident fruit ale” retains awesome sweet-tart cherry pucker, tangy green apple spritz and ripe cranberry piquancy for indelible eye-squinting Flanders red-derived perfection. Wild oak-aged fermentation brings sour cherry rasp to the complex fruit salad finish. Tannic red grape, pureed raspberry, hard cider, lemon candy and glazed pineapple illusions pick up musty earthen leathering and light acidity beneath sugary soda-like carbonation. The most perfect fruit dessert imaginable.

Image result for new glarus serendipity

LOVERBEER MADAMIN

On tap at Julian’s, lovely Flanders Red Ale (fermented fully in oak vats) loads silken cherry-soured tartness atop vinous green grape tannins and dry champagne wining. Rose-watered lactic acidity gains musty leathering as soothing cider-like crabapple whimsy, lemony balsamic vinegaring and seedy raspberry musk settle below pleasant oaken cherry theme.

Product - LoverBeer Madamin