Holy hell! Has anyone else tried this beer yet? Here is the description from the brewer: OG (On the Grain, or Original Gangster) 8%abv - (Very Limited) Brewed with only two malts, weyerman pils and white wheat. The Flat Tail twist comes not from the ingredients, but the brewing process... 2 day sour mash, starting with the saccharification rest, and allowing it to cool down to 100 degrees, then pitched brett c directly into the mash tun, on the grain bed. After two days of fermenting at incredibly high temps on the grain, the fermenting beer was transferred into an open secondary for an additional two weeks. The result is pretty unbelievable. In blind taste tests at (Flat Tail's) bar, most people thought it was a tropical / grapefruit juice punch. Virtually no alcohol comes through in the nose, and only a bit of doughy sour wort. Huge guava, grapefruit, and pineapple nose. The beer pours MILKY white. I have to say this is one of the most unique beers I have tried in a while. The brewer description is quite accurate - I got a lot of tropical fruits like guava. A phenomenal offering from Flat Tail. It is on tap now at Bridgetown and is quite limited - if you have the means, I highly recommend you pick on up!