14. SOUR ALE

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14.1. Berliner Weisse

A very pale, refreshing, low-alcohol German wheat beer with a clean lactic sourness and a very high carbonation level. A light bread dough malt...

14.2. Gose

A highly-carbonated, tart and fruity wheat ale with a restrained coriander and salt character and low bitterness. Very refreshing, with bright...

14.3. Flanders Red Ale

A sour, fruity, red wine-like Belgian-style ale with interesting supportive malt flavours and fruit complexity. The dry finish and tannin completes...

14.4. Lambic

A fairly sour, often moderately funky wild Belgian wheat beer with sourness taking the place of hop bitterness in the balance. Traditionally...

14.5. Gueuze

A complex, pleasantly sour but balanced wild Belgian wheat beer that is highly carbonated and very refreshing. The spontaneous fermentation character...

14.6. Fruit Lambic

A complex, fruity, pleasantly sour, wild wheat ale fermented by a variety of Belgian microbiota, and showcasing the fruit contributions blended with...

14.7. Oud Bruin

A malty, fruity, aged, somewhat sour Belgian-style brown ale. Commercial Examples: Ichtegem Oud Bruin, Liefmans Goudenband, Liefmans Liefmans Oud...

14.8. Brett Beer

Most often drier and fruitier than the base style suggests. Funky notes range from low to high, depending on the age of the beer and strain(s) of...

14.9. Mixed-Ferment. Sour Beer

A sour and/or funky version of a base style of beer. Commercial Examples: Boulevard Love Child, Cascade Vlad the Imp Aler, Jester King Le Petit...

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