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On tap at End Of Elm, rustic oak-dried sour ale (posing as a lactobacillus-affected Flanders red) tosses macerated cranberry, raspberry and cherry skins at vinous lemon-limed green grape pungency above musty earthen barnyard acridity. Oaken vanilla phenols seep into piquant red-fruited wining, sharp cider subsidy and balsamic vinegaring. Tertiary lingonberry, boysenberry and red currant illusions fortify sharply sour-candied cherry, raspberry and cranberry adjuncts at berry-wined finish.

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