Sour Ale

My Name is Red – Bay Rd Brewing

My Name is Red - Bay Rd Brewing

REVIEW: The legends at Bay Rd Brewing have done it again with a quadruple release of new beers this week. My pick of the bunch is this sensational Double Sour called My Name Is Red! Just look at that color! And the amazing label art by Nicholas Robinson ( What they say: First you’ll see RED,…

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Easy Peasy – Dainton Brewery

Easy Peasy - Dainton Brewery

REVIEW: Here we are with day #19 of the Beer Cartel Advent Calendar! Of course those ever changing flavour masters at Dainton Brewing had to make an appearance. It’s Easy Peasy Lemonade Sour! What they say: When life gives you lemons, make a beer. Or just be grateful that you have free lemons! Then put…

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Cosmonaut – Wayward Brewing

Cosmonaut - Wayward Brewing

REVIEW: We’re into double digits with day #10 of the Beer Cartel Advent Calendar! I accidentally spied the distinctive Wayward Brewing Company can top when I removed yesterday’s beer from the box, but still had the happy surprise of what kind of beer they supplied. The Brew Wifey was also very keen to give this…

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Killer Kween – Stone & Wood

Killer Kween - Stone & Wood

REVIEW: 🎶 She’s a Killer Queen Gunpowder, gelatin Dynamite with a laser beam Guaranteed to blow your mind Anytime 🎵 What they say: A contemporary take on a traditional Berliner Weisse, our Killer Kween is anything but subtle. Unapologetically strong and dripping with raspberry aromas and flavours from a secondary lactobacillus fermentation and maturation, this…

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Rodenbach Alexander – Brouwerij Rodenbach

Rodenbach Alexander - Brouwerij Rodenbach

REVIEW: My final beer from the February Craft Cartel Liquor members case is the Rodenbach Alexander,  a Flanders Red Ale Sour. What they say: Rodenbach Alexander is a legendary cherry ale made on the basis of Rodenbach Grand Cru. (It is a blend of 2/3rd aged Rodenbach (100% 2 year aged beer) with 1/3rd younger ale,…

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