2016 Telegraph Brewing Company "Obscura - Vulpine" Sour Red Ale aged in Syrah & Pinot Noir Barrels, California (375ml)

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With a tilt toward the Belgian styles, Telegraph brews in Santa Barbara, California. From the brewery: "The word vulpine means 'like a fox.' Here, we’re referring to the deep, reddish hues of Obscura Vulpine, a beer brewed especially for barrel aging. What goes into the wood as rich, malty, and ruby-colored, comes out a complex, sour, garnet ale. With notes of dried tart cherries, red currants, and oak, this is a beer as artful as our favorite forest canine."

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Alcohol Content (%): 5.9