Tag Archives: Sour Beer

Urban Artifact Sliderule

When The Complete Beer Course hit shelves in 2013, author Joshua Bernstein offered up one tasting option in the gose section and remarked, “I’m not going to make you run around like a headless chicken to find a second gose.” Funny … Continue reading

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New Glarus Enigma

Imagine starting a brewery in 2017 and focusing primarily on easy-drinking German styles. Your flagship, no matter how rustic you make it seem by calling it a farmhouse, is a cream ale. Your hoppy offerings are limited to a pale ale … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Sour Note Flanders Style Red Ale

Only five years ago cans were essentially synonymous with cheap beer. We have gone so far past that point that not only are we finding IPAs and stouts in cans, we’re now finding canned sours. Sours, the one time provenence … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Marz Community Brewing The Bubbly Creek with Yuzu

What the heck is a bubbly creek? And what exactly is yuzu? Bubbly Creek is the nickname of the South Fork of the Chicago River’s South Branch. Bubbly refers to the bubbles rising out of the creek in the early 20th … Continue reading

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