Exploring Sours: Entry level bottles

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Admittedly, at this point,  I have only had a few.  Your basic standard entry-level items, (which count as sours on untappd): Dogfish Head’s Festina Peche, Moa’s Breakfast, Some Bruery selections – but I have noticed a common taste profile. They all taste and have a mouth feel of a really enjoyable Champagne.

One that falls in between say an Extra Dry and a Brut.  Meaning Tart (to varying degrees) but still have just a hint of sweetness, and all were dry crisp and refreshing. Meaning something you drink the entire  glass of and not burn yourself out on after a few quick sips.  I have yet to pick up on the vinegar notes people talk about (though wine like flavors are quite common, so I see where the taste could go).

I am rather excited to delve deeper, as they seem to be a style I can get into:  Off the beaten path, not bitter, complex, and not to forget: quirky as anything.  Look for further entries in the Sour styles coming soon.


5 thoughts on “Exploring Sours: Entry level bottles

    properpour said:
    August 24, 2013 at 10:47 am

    Give me a list of what you have had.

      bolanrox responded:
      August 24, 2013 at 10:51 am

      Festina Peche, hottenroth, sour in the rye, breakfast. Planning on trying some BFM, and carton’s digger next week.

        properpour said:
        August 24, 2013 at 10:53 am

        Is Festina Peche a sour? Hum… It did not fall into that category for me.

        I would heartilly recommend
        Duchesse De Bourgeone
        Curvee De Jacobins
        La Folie (hard to find)
        Birthday Suit of Crooked Series by Unita

        Whats your untapped?

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    August 30, 2013 at 11:48 pm

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