Wild Ales in So Florida?

Discussion in 'South-Atlantic' started by ricksrealm, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. ricksrealm

    ricksrealm Nov 10, 2011 Florida

    Can anyone recommend a good wild ale commonly available in South Florida?
     
  2. MikeMoriendi

    MikeMoriendi Jun 13, 2008 Florida

    Not that many to really get Rick. It sucks, I know.

    Here are some sours that I regularly see.

    Duchesse De Bourgogne
    Jolly Pumpkin Bam Noire
    Jolly Pumpkin La Roja
    Jolly Pumpkin Oro de Calabaza
    Lindemans Cuvee Rene Gueuze
    Professor Fritz Briem 1809 Berliner Weisse
    The Bruery Hottenroth

    Every once in awhile we'll get a little bit of Cantillon but that's rare.
     
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  3. ricksrealm

    ricksrealm Nov 10, 2011 Florida

    Thanks Mike
     
  4. HopsJunkiedotcom

    HopsJunkiedotcom Dec 24, 2010 Florida

    I'l just chime in here and add to the "yeah this sucks, but here's the sours I see all the time" list.

    Rodenbach
    Rodenbach Grand Cru
    Liefman's Goudenband (Oud Bruin)
    Liefman's Kriek

    Also, if you stop into BX Beer Depot(homebrew shop/bottle shop that serves drafts as well) in Lake Worth they have in some Oud Beersel Oude Gueuze Vieille and Oud Beersel Vieille and might have to Boone Oude Gueuze as well.

    Cheers!
     
  5. dbrauneis

    dbrauneis Dec 8, 2007 North Carolina
    Site Editor Subscriber Beer Trader

    Are you able to find Saint Somewhere? They make some really good saisons.
     
  6. SauceBoss

    SauceBoss Sep 17, 2010 Florida

    Just like the post above mine, St Somewhere is a good place to start. Also Swamp head has a few if you can get your hands on it.
     
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