So It Goes
Tired Hands Brewing Company

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Tired Hands Brewing Company
Pennsylvania, United States
Sour - Flanders Red Ale
4.23 | pDev: 8.04%
Oct 19, 2017
Mar 30, 2014
Notes: So It Goes is our Pennsylvania Sour Red Ale. It was fermented and conditioned in a blend of our best oak barrels for nine months. It was then bottle conditioned for three months.
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4.23 by Dactrius from Wisconsin on Oct 19, 2017
4.28 by loganburgh from Michigan on Jun 13, 2017
4.57 by heddar33 from Pennsylvania on Jun 03, 2017
4.03 by Rizzy17 from Pennsylvania on Jun 03, 2017
4.25 by teamwiggum from Wisconsin on Feb 14, 2016
3.93 by kiki3drt292 from California on Sep 20, 2015
3.54 by westcoastbeerlvr from California on Sep 20, 2015
4.65 by salthemonster from Pennsylvania on Sep 06, 2015
4.36 by yeaprolly from Washington on Aug 24, 2015
4.25 by Zekenyce from New Jersey on May 30, 2015
4.15 by GreenMind from Pennsylvania on May 24, 2015
4.25 by EB1 from California on Apr 12, 2015
4.15 by lateralundertow from New Jersey on Mar 20, 2015
4.04 by markgugs from New Jersey on Mar 16, 2015
3.65 by Roze from New York on Mar 16, 2015
4.15 by rhong187 from Pennsylvania on Mar 02, 2015
4 by ArtZan from New Jersey on Jan 30, 2015
3.5 by mrn1ceguy from Illinois on Jan 25, 2015
4.25 by Gotti311 from Wisconsin on Jan 02, 2015
4.3 by UWBadgerFan4Life from Wisconsin on Dec 31, 2014
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4.24/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25
by StonedTrippin from Colorado

as good as a flanders red type can be for me, a generous share i was fortunate to be part of. the color is less red, more copper, not even amber, lighter than its peers, but equally frothy, and with a similarly rich head. the nose is tart cherry, oak, lacto, and a lighter malt bill than i am used to in the style. the main thing i like about it, especially compared to some of the european versions, is that its low on the vinegar side of the sour, its not an acidity bomb, despite being very sour. its lactic and intense, but its not all acid, which allows me to drink a little more of this on a good stomach. dried fruit notes make it more complex than others, oak is heavy, and mouthfeel is very soft despite intense carbonation. elegant example of the style. and my first (if i remember right) beer from tired hands, who carries quite the reputation. impressive stuff, rare apparently, i wouldnt mind getting my hands on another one

Dec 29, 2014
4.25 by tonyrocknroll from Colorado on Dec 04, 2014
4.25 by KornWallace from New York on Nov 27, 2014
4.36 by jjdc from District of Columbia on Nov 07, 2014
4.25 by tedgelee from Pennsylvania on Oct 31, 2014
4.75 by Leeds_xx from Pennsylvania on Oct 31, 2014
4.25 by browniewithnuts from Pennsylvania on Oct 28, 2014
4.25 by akang from California on Oct 20, 2014
4.25 by Dicers from Colorado on Oct 06, 2014
3.46 by facesnorth from Pennsylvania on Oct 02, 2014
4.84 by sierrahopdevil05 from Pennsylvania on Sep 30, 2014
4.25 by sirsteve42 from New York on Sep 27, 2014
4.25 by Soto from North Carolina on Sep 22, 2014
4.1 by djrn2 from New Jersey on Aug 21, 2014
4.75 by mythaeus from Pennsylvania on Aug 15, 2014
4 by tom10101 from Canada (QC) on Jul 28, 2014
4 by scotv from New York on Jul 27, 2014
4.5 by ShemRahBoo from New Jersey on Jul 22, 2014
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4.05/5  rDev -4.3%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4
by Jonada from New Jersey

500 ml bottle poured into a Tired Hands Teku glass

Appearance: Pours a dark copper color with less than a finger of a white fizzy head that settles to a thin ring. Body is relatively clear (especially for a Tired Hands beer) with some very fine suspended sediment.

Smell: Sour cherry, red wine, oak, slight lactic character, light funk. Overall strength is mild.

Taste: Red wine grape, black currant, dark fruit, lacto, sour cherry, mild barnyard funk comes through in the finish and aftertaste. Sourness is medium/high.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied with medium fine, gentle carbonation. Gentle warming sensation in the chest after the finish.

Overall: Another excellent bottle release from Tired Hands. Not a traditional Belgian Flanders Red, but still a great worth seeking out.

Jul 19, 2014
2.75 by chippo33 from Vermont on Jul 15, 2014
So It Goes from Tired Hands Brewing Company
Beer rating: 93 out of 100 with 89 ratings