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BrewDog Overworks Bedrock Red BrewDog
Style : Sour ABV : 6.0% Bottle Size : 500ml Built on redcurrants and lemon verbena, this bright, citrussy and vinuous sour is ruddy red to the eye, and tart to the taste. Upfront juicy and acidic flavours with citrus herbal notes in close pursuit. Delivered with a delicate effervescence and a dry tannic finish
BrewDog Overworks Cosmic Crush Peach BrewDog
Style : Sour ABV : 5.6% Bottle Size : 500ml Our barrel-aged Scottish sour fermented with 1000kg of white peaches from Campania, Italy before being transferred to red wine barrels from Emilia Romagna where ageing, acidity and wood all work their magic. This Sour pours a hazy golden-yellow with aromas of freshly cut peaches. On the palette the juicy sweetness and dry, fuzzy skin-like body is complemented by a bright and balanced acidity. Italian red wine barrels impart a complexity that enriches to this dry yet mouth-watering beer.
BrewDog Overworks Cosmic Crush Raspberry BrewDog
Style : Sour ABV : 5.8% Bottle Size : 500ml This sour is fermented with wild yeast strains brettanomyces and Cher Ami, our house mixed culture, and refermented with raspberries followed by ageing in ex-Sangiovese red wine barrels sourced from Emilia Romagna in Northern Italy. Swathes of rich and juicy raspberry, delicately balanced amidst Brett funk, tartness and tannin, giving a subtle juicy fruit character from the barrels lingering vinous wood character and echose of sweet Beaujolais.
BrewDog Overworks Panavision Pink BrewDog
Style : Sour ABV : 5.5% Bottle Size : 500ml Do not adjust your set for this rose-tinted spectacle. Pours the palest of pink. The rose garden in bloom bouquet is followed by delicate floral notes and rustic wild berry character. Dry with mouthwatering acidity. Rose notes and Bretty funk linger at the garden gate. Panavision Pink - Pruned to perfection.
BrewDog Overworks Perennial Punnet BrewDog
Style : Sour ABV : 6.0% Bottle Size : 500ml A ruby hued sour blended in the darkest depths of winter. As dry as a Spring dawn and packed as tight as a punnet with whole Scottish blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. Bursting with fresh berry jam notes and subtle Brett funk tartness. Culminating in a sweet but devishly dry finish.. Perennial Punnet - Fruited fatalism.
BrewDog Overworks x Deya In Two Minds BrewDog
Style : Sour IPA ABV : 6.5% Bottle Size : 500ml Deya’s mastery of hop and haze and our fanatical focus on funk has led to this – a citrus-infused sour foeder aged IPA. Dry-hopped with Citra and infused with grapefruit zest, it fuses modern hop flavour with traditional wood-ageing, split by the complexity of Brettanomyces and our house sour culture. As comrades in collaboration, we have produced a beer balancing citrus and lactic acidity with crushable hop-sessionability.
Fyne Origins - Forest Flore Fyne
Style : Saison ABV : 7.3% Bottle Size : 375ml Juniper infused saison brewed with Edinburgh Food Studio
Fyne Origins Brewing - Goodnight, Summer Fyne
Style : Sour ABV : 5.4% Bottle Size : 375ml Brewed in collaboration with Inver Restaurant - sour wheat ale brewed with camomile & gooseberries.
Vault City Peach & Nectarine Sour Vault City
Style : Sour ABV : 5.6% Bottle Size : 375ml How we got this far without looking at peaches and nectarines I don’t know, but now we have we’ve got this beauty. We’ve been toying with fermenting our fruit additions under pressure to keep all the aroma locked in the beer – this beer really shows some very, very promising results!
Vault City Raspberry Skies Vault City
Style : Sour ABV : 8.5% Bottle Size : 375ml The first variation of Strawberry Skies, we’ve stuck to classic Scottish Berries this time bringing Raspberries into the mix! Hibiscus and Madagascan vanilla play a supporting role, keeping the massive skies mouthfeel – this one is already tasting incredible.
Vault City SIPA v2 Vault City
Style : Sour IPA ABV : 7.0% Bottle Size : 375ml The second outing for our SIPA series after a great reception for V1. We’ve upped the body and mouthfeel by turning to an ale yeast for the first time – Imperial’s Juice. Massive stone-fruit esters from the yeast alone, backed up with an enormous dry-hop of Citra and Enigma, this is making the brewery smell affy good at the moment.