8 Specialty Bottles & Cans
- NORTH COAST CRANBERRY-QUINCE BERLINER
From their spontaneously soured Berliner Weisse series, made with the juice of Oregon cranberries and the pear-like quince fruit.
- LINDEMANS FRAMBOISE LAMBIC
This Belgian Lambic has a gorgeous red color, sweet and tart aromas and a rich, raspberry flavor that is both refreshing and highly drinkable.
- GOOSE ISLAND HALIA
A farmhouse ale aged in wine barrels with peaches. The result is bright fruit notes in a soft, hazy body that finishes slightly tart and sweet with the pleasant character of ripe, juicy peaches.
- BOULEVARD IMPERIAL STOUT X - TART CHERRY (2015)
A special treat for lovers of big, complex stouts, the addition of tart cherries and lactic souring results in the perfect marriage of robust, smoky maltiness and bracing tartness.
- NEW HOLLAND INCORRIGIBLE RESERVE
MI blueberries and blackberries fuel a second, flavorful fermentation after a several month residence in their House of Funk sour cellar.
- LINDEMANS OUDE KRIEK CUVEE RENE
With an aromatic bouquet of fresh cherries, its brisk cherry sweetness unfolds into a medley of flavors with notes of lemon peel and sherry and a cherry blossom finish.
- SURLY PENTAGRAM
Flavors of sour cherry, tobacco and oak with Brett's classic barnyard funk all balanced by Dark Munich malt chewiness; fermented in stainless and aged in red wine barrels.
- NEW BELGIUM TRANSATLANTIQUE KRIEK (2016)
Begins in oaken vessels at Gert Christiaens' Oud Beersel, blended with tart cherries and then sour Felix; a cherry nose leads to a pleasing, sour flash on the palate.