i've been wanting to get into some random sour making here soon as i feel it's time and im' finally in a house where i can let my carboys sit for as long as they need.
i was at my LHBS and came across these on sale as they were about to expire, so i figured what they hey, good time to brew them!
So i'm curious... what are the flavor profiles of each? or is there any good sour recipes that involve these? any good commercial examples?
Thanks ahead of time!
RAINYDAY BREWING COMPANY -----Lake Oswego, OR - EST 2010
- Saison W/Brett - Oud Bruin - Nut Brown
- Whiskey porter - Vanilla porter - Wit - Nut Brown - Saison w/bread yeast - Saison w/trappist ale yeast -
- Hopslam clone - Test stout - Leftovers IPA
Electric 120v Brutus 20 build
Originally Posted by trigger
Roger that. Farts are funny, and anyone who says they aren't is lying.
Problem is that too much homebrew has me playing Russian Roulet with my briefs.