Dry-hopped Sour IPA with Lactose. Did you also like Sour Bikini - a light bodied sour pale ale? This is Nasty Trunks - a more full-bodied India Pale Ale. Expect bigger muscles, more bitterness, a beer that is desperate for attention - in other words such a nasty pair of trunks.
Brewed with blood oranges and their specialty brettanomyces, this wild ale showcases the adventurous nature of Evil Twin Brewing. Pouring a hazy gold, it has the aroma and palate of orange, lemon, sea salt, lime, green apple, pineapple, pepper, and plenty of funk.
A quadrupel based beer with intense Kriek flavor aged for 4 months in bourbon barrels with cherries. This beer was compiled by the Logsdon crew of 4 with 4 of our initial seizoen yeast strains and 4 more cultures of Brettanomyces and lactic bacteria. Krieke Vier is a big beer with great flavor intensity and incredible cherry complexity that is smooth and...
For a long time, Jasmine blossoms have been used to scent tea. A subtly sweet highly fragrant and flowery tea. We’ve put these qualities into a sour beer. Bringing together the best of two worlds. In bloom!
There's an aura of mystery that occurs when we close the doors to our barrel room. No one can say for sure what happens each night but it's obvious there are spirits (ghosts if you will) working their magic. We're not sure how many inhabit our oak forest. At present there are five large foeders and more than 1200 oak barrels for them to hide in, around,...
We selected the very best hand-picked blueberries grown in the hills of Butte County, California, and added them to a sour golden ale aged in wine barrels. The resulting beer is infused with a delicate blueberry essence, a reminder of far off summer days.
This Northwest sour ale is a blend of wheat ales that were aged in oak wine barrels with cranberries, orange peel and cinnamon for up to 14 months. Using cranberries grown along the Oregon coast, the 2015 blend offers brilliant cranberry fruit flavor with soft spice notes that offer refreshment throughout the entire year
Malice is the land between sour beer and Brett beer. The beer was brewed with over 100 pounds of tamarind, blood orange, and lime zest. Dirty straw orange in color, it’s bursting with earthy funky tartness and finishes with heavy citrus skin and tart citrus. The land between is so good!
The second release of the 1 ton of… series, a tart sour ale with no less than one tonne of lingonberries per 1000 litres. Not too sour and not too sweet but juicy, crisp and very refreshing. It’s tartness belies the 8% ABV – this is a beer to get your saliva glands working whilst just thinking about it. Just be careful you don’t drink too much!
3rd Anniversary Biere De Miel (11.2% ABV) is a Farmhouse Ale fermented and aged with honey in oak barrels for 18 months and cellared for an additional 9 months. Inspired by the celebratory spirit of special occasions and popping bottles of champagne, this beer is highly carbonated, packaged in champagne bottles, then corked, caged, and wrapped in gold foil.
This Northwest sour ale is a blend of wheat and blond ales aged in oak wine barrels with blackcap raspberries for up to 14 months. Clean, concentrated flavors of black and red raspberries are the showcase of this blend with hints of red wine, French oak and dark summer fruits
Les Saisons (The Seasons) is a series of barrel-aged rustic style ales that are fermented with Brettanomyces and Saison yeast, then dry-hopped to give aromas of the season. Our Spring 2016 release uses East Kent Goldings and Hallertau Blanc hops to bring a fresh floral note. The combination of the barrels and yeast provide an earthy wine character and a...
This amazing Northwest sour is a blend of wheat and blond ales aged in oak wine barrels for up to 18 months with black and red raspberries, fresh ginger, and thyme. This unique project offers carefully layered flavors of ripe bramble fruit with a refreshing ginger lift and soft notes of lavender and pine.
Sans Pagaie is our take on the Belgian-style kriek, which is a traditional, sour blonde ale aged in barrels with cherries. The word "kriek" actually translates to "cherry" in the Flemish language. Sans Pagaie, our clever monicker for this beer, translates from French to "without a paddle" (see what we did there? Kriek/"without a paddle"..... hello, anyone...
Take a delicious sour-mashed pale ale, full of lactic acid tartness, mix in a bucketload of aromatic and enigmatic New Zealand Motueka hops, and bung it all into a tall can. What you get is this summer sipper, restorative refresher, big bad boy of a beer.
Vitis Noble, meaning noble vine, features sour wheat and blond ales aged in oak barrels for up to 16 months with Willamette Valley grown chardonnay grapes, one of the most celebrated "noble" varietals. This Northwest sour ale captures the vibrancy of chardonnay complemented by a kiss of French oak and notes of melon, apple and tropical fruit.