Category Archives: Sours

This is a beer style characterized by an intentionally acidic, tart, sour taste. It is Category 17 of the Beer Judge Certification Program Style Guidelines. In theory any style of beer may be soured, but in practice the most common styles that are soured are Belgian lambics, gueuzes, and Flanders red ale.

Lacto Sour Beer R1

Grinding the grain mixture Waiting for the boil Frothy, bubbly Oat Meal  Boil. Boiling around the Hop Spider     Style Information Name: Lacto Sour Beer R1 Recipe Type: All Grain Category: Sour Grains & Extracts Name Amount Notes Pilsner … Continue reading

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Windowsill Clone by Ligero

Grinding the Barley 01-04-2014.  Added Rhubarb Puree 08-09-2014. Nice Pellicle.  ABV at this point is 6.55. Very nice Sour fruity flavor.  This sour is 8 months old. Back into the closet. We harvested the yeast from this bottle of Windowsill … Continue reading

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The Bruery’s, “Tart of Darkness”

06-22-2013  One pound of Flaked Oats in these grains makes this very sticky. Drying it so it can be fed to animals. This is what we saw in the morning, 19 hours after the brew. We have very happy, hungry … Continue reading

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Austin Homebrew Supply’s,” Toasted Pecan Brown Ale”

  Toasted Pecans coming out of the oven. Add to grain bag Steep to 160 degrees and drain Toasted Pecan Ale boil     Style Information Name: Toasted Pecan Recipe Type: Partial Mash Category: Brown Ale Grains & Extracts Name … Continue reading

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Feu De Graisse Sour Ale

This beer would eventually get blended with the Peach Pale that we brewed on 06-07-2014. Has a Horse Blanket smell, nice peach, lightly sour flavor. Continue reading

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More Beer!’s, “The Bruery’s Tart of Darkness”

This beer should be a combination of roasty, sweet, tart, and smooth. No hop bitterness. Continue reading

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