june, 2016

16jun6:00 pm8:00 pmBarrelhouse Brewing Sours Tasting

Event Details

Only the best sours you can get your hands on!
Barrelhouse’s very own Mathew Jacobson (Head of Sours program) & Billy Thompson (Sales Manager) will be here to pour the finest of sours and educate you on some awesome limited releases!
You will not want to miss out on this exciting unique event! So mark your calendars!
The tentative line-up will be:

• Wild Dapple Fire | Batch No. 1406
This sunset orange and pink hued beer is a delightful balance of ripe stone fruit and woody funk. Bright but not overpowering acidity and lively carbonation help this pretty sour jump out of a fluted glass. Our brewing team and friends hand-picked these rare Dapple Fire Pluots at a local organic farm, selecting only the most ripe and flavorful for this unique creation.
ABV 6.9% | 3.36 PH | Tartness: Medium ~ Distribution: 500ml Cork and Cage Bottles

• Wild Peacot | Barrel Select | Batch No. 1404
This golden beer is our second 2014 vintage Barrel Select release. We hand-picked this rare late harvest hybrid fruit from a small local organic farm. The aroma explodes out of the glass with intense white peach and honeysuckle aromas. Restrained acidity allows the intense honey and white grape flavors to shine.
ABV 6.6% | 3.35 PH | Tartness: Medium High ~ Distribution: 500ml Cork and Cage Bottles

• Riesling Blonde Sour | Batch No. 1403
This fruit forward blonde sour is a blend of both white wine barrel and foeder fermented beers. We fruited this golden beer with late harvest riesling skins and juice early in fermentation to allow the tropical characteristics of the grape to evolve and mature during the long Brettanomyces fermentation. The resulting aromas are both tropical and stone fruit driven with lemony bright acidity as the perfect balance.
ABV 7.1% | 3.26 PH ~ Distribution: 500ml Cork and Cage Bottles

• “Helena” Brett Blonde | Batch No. 1410
The sheer variety of fruits, funk, and earth character leads one to wonder how this beer wsa crafted without actual fruit. This is a great example of why we are huge fans of Brett. This beer was fermented and aged in French oak with Brettanomyces Claussenii. Drinkability and massive aroma make this beer complex yet approachable.
ABV 6.7% | 3.45 PH | Tartness: Low ~ Distribution: 500ml Cork and Cage Bottles

• “Eleanor” Prickly Pear | Batch No. 1407
Prickly Pear Cactus fruit gives this ridiculously delicious sour a fluorescent fuchsia color and an abundance of watermelon, strawberry, and rhubarb. Its mouth-watering crisp acidity leaves you craving another drink as each sip becomes more unique than the last.
ABV 6.5% | 3.28 PH | Tartness: Medium ~ Distribution: 500ml Cork and Cage Bottles

• “Othello” Bourbon Barrel-Aged | Batch 1408
Beautifully dark and brooding this bourbon barrel fermented dark sour wafts creamy chocolate and cocoa nib notes above soft vanilla and butterscotch oak. Rounded acid balances perfectly with silky mouth feel and toasted walnuts. With only sixty cases produced, congratulations, you’re among the lucky few who get to enjoy this unique sour.
ABV 8.7% | 3.27 PH | Tartness: Low Medium ~ Distribution: 500ml Cork and Cage Bottles



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