All Posts Tagged With sour

Boulevard Brewing Love Child #4


It’s been a crazy couple of weeks around here. My sister got married in New Orleans over the weekend (remember she got engaged at Port Orleans last year?) and getting everything ready has been rather time consuming. I’m back from NOLA now and I just picked up Boulevard Brewing’s Love Child #4 from the nearby store…. → Read More

The Bruery Tart of Darkness (2013 Edition)


Remember when I went to Stein’s Deli and picked up six different beers from The Bruery? Anyone? [responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP0mQeLWCCo] Here’s the first I tried: Tart of Darkness. Aged in oak barrels, this sour stout is a strong but not overpowering 7% ABV. It pours a deep dank black with a small tan head. Despite being a… → Read More

Cantillon Mamouche


Since I was in New Orleans back on New Year’s Eve, I had a special opportunity to head to The Avenue Pub (my favorite place in New Orleans) and try a beer from Cantillon for the first time. For those who don’t know, Cantillon is a Belgian brewery that specializes in lambics. Unlike many beers which… → Read More

Birra Del Borgo Rubus con Lamponi


With all these Italian beers appearing locally I’ve been trying them when I get the chance. When I was at the Flying Saucer last week, they had Birra Del Borgo’s Rubus con Lamponi. You may remember this was served at the Primavera Kitchen booth at the 2013 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival. Rubus con Lamponi… → Read More

Jester King Boxer’s Revenge Organic Barrel-Aged Wild Ale


On George Orwell’s Animal Farm, Boxer was a strong work horse who was eventually killed after being overworked. The name for this Jester King beer, Boxer’s Revenge, suggests an alternate ending to Boxer’s story. Boxer worked himself nearly to death for the pigs and was repaid by being sent off to the glue factory. But what… → Read More

1809 Berliner Weisse


Back at The Avenue in New Orleans, my friends and I were hanging out upstairs near the bar ready for a second drink. The menu is a clipboard of yellow sheets of paper; the beer is divided into sections for the upstairs bar’s taps, the downstairs bar’s taps, and bottles. This is important because taps… → Read More


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