Favorite Sours?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by BlindProphet, Jun 6, 2013.

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  1. ao125

    ao125 Initiate (0) Dec 1, 2010 Virginia

    I'd have guessed the DF was something from Drie Fonteinen, not sure what the PF would have been.
  2. Ysgard

    Ysgard Initiate (0) Mar 5, 2008 Virginia

    Bear Republic Tartare was so good.
    BFM Bon Chien is always nice. Petrus Aged Pale Ale is good and reasonably affordable.
    Le Terroir was quite tasty.
  3. azorie

    azorie Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2006 Florida

    I still LOVE duchesse de bourgogne
  4. TheChef18

    TheChef18 Initiate (192) Jun 23, 2013 Florida
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    Dragon Fruit Passion Fruit Berliner. It's da bomb.
  5. Escott

    Escott Initiate (0) Sep 26, 2013 Maryland

    Have to repeat a few people on here and say FV13. Had it on draft twice for CBC and it was outstanding. Very sour but also complex, and it masked the somewhat high-for-the-style alcohol well. I've got a bottle cellaring; it will be interesting to see how it develops.

    I also love La Folie, Love Child #3, Tart of Darkness, and Sour in the Rye, and I strongly support the Funk Metal love. I didn't think RU-55 was very good for the style, but that could just be me. I've always liked Jolly Pumpkin beers, particularly Maracaibo Especial, but I haven't had one I'd call "sour." I'm cellaring some La Roja and Weizen Bam, so hopefully the sour flavors in those will develop.
  6. Warlocks-Passage

    Warlocks-Passage Aspirant (293) Jul 4, 2013 California
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    Supplication/Consecration/ Framboise for a Cure by Russian River
    Dog Patch Sour by Almanac Brewing

    I have a Cuvée de Tomme coming, excited to try.

  7. NewGlarusFan

    NewGlarusFan Initiate (0) Jun 26, 2013 Illinois

    New Glarus Enigma and Flanders Oud Bruin
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