On tap at River Of Beer, offbeat hybridized saison carbonated with pear juice offers a complex blend. Spicy lemon-honeyed banana, apricot, pineapple and green apple fruiting veers towards peppery herbage as raw oats-spelt barnyard acridity provides dry bottom. Mild vodka kick aids pear-juiced champagne finish.
On tap at Ambulance, mixed culture yeast souring brings puckered lemon-candied green grape tartness to the fore. Vinous grape continuance and mild citric acidity scour chaffy wheat spine.
On tap at Ambulance, resilient bourbon-aged Belgian quad serenely integrates kriek-styled oaken cherry sourness with candi-sugared dried fruiting that charmingly contrasts lactic brettanomyces yeast influence and vinous white grape esters above musty barnyard leathering. Gentle bourbon warmth nearly fades but sour cherry pucker never falters.
On tap at Ambulance, engaging brettanomyces-aged sour saison (with hidden 10.1% ABV) loads sweet ‘n sour peach tones onto oaken bark-dried earthiness and dank barnyard cellaring. Lemony peach pit pucker gains sour edge reinforced by mildly creamed acidulated malting.
On tap at Ambulance, hybridized tripel brings musty barnyard rusticity of a dry farmhouse ale to the fore alongside lemony banana-peach sweetness, mild Belgian yeast-inspired herbal peppering and wispy citric-floral perfuming. Oats-dried pilsner malts provide light grain backdrop.
On tap at Ambulance, approachable oak-aged Flanders Red Ale brings oaken cherry tartness to vinegary green grape tannins, sharp cider bite and sweet red apple goodness. Leathery bacterial lactose acidity and mild barnyard acridity coat casual oats-dried base.