2017 Almanac Beer Company "Farmer's Reserve Blackberry" Sour Blonde Ale w/ Blackberries Aged in Wine Barrels, California (375ml)

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"We love blackberries. Tart, sweet, and complex but guarded by thorny branches, these alluring fruits have been a favorite of ours since we added them to our very first beer. Farmer's Reserve Blackberry is a sour blonde ale infused with loads of coastal blackberries from California’s Santa Cruz Mountains, and aged in wine barrels to mature with our house culture of brettanomyces and lactobacillus. The blackberries ferment away leaving behind a brilliant purple hue and complex minerality, reminiscent of old-world French red wine. Pair with seared duck breast, blackberry custard tarts, and Beef Bourguignon." (Producer Notes)

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Alcohol Content (%): 7