On tap at Taphouse 15, mouth-puckering limited edition spontaneously fermented ’22 lambic lets French oak wood parch seep into Chardonnay-barreled blackberry tartness and dry vanilla tannins. Vinegary white-wined lemon salting increases eye-squinting sourness, nearly overtaking its bitter blackberry essence.
On tap at Taphouse 15, spontaneously fermented amber reddish-glowed wild ale lets raspberry balsamic vinegaring spread across New Jeersey-harvested peach, blueberry and blackberry fruiting desiccated by leathery green grape esters. Totally sour French wine-tanked cuvee only appealing to the sourest heads.
On tap at Taphouse 15, sweet-tart blueberry slushee (with mucky purplish red hue) brings French oak wine fermentation to creamy vanilla yogurt souring. Rich blueberry-blackberry propensity gains Muscat grape, pomegranate and cranberry tartness and mildly acidic lemon juicing.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, offbeat brettanomyces-enhanced sour ale lets lemon-limed raw coconut and unripe fig adjuncts build limestone wall against pilsner-like rye and oats breading. Fermented with foraged wild yeast, lightly acidic citric souring overwhelms fig-coconut conflux.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, compromised blueberry tartness receives oaken cherry tannins, vinous green grape acidity and pithy lemon spritz above straw-like barnyard acridity.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, wild saison yeast brings moderate brettanomyces fungi to vinous lemon-soured green grape tartness as spicily white-wined Hallertau hops combine with herbal Saaz hops, leaving oaken cherry tannins upon the ultra-dry barnyard leathering.