The Bruery is known for making some rather, off-the-wall beers with ingredients and combinations reminiscent of some other breweries like, for example, Dogfish Head. One such beer is their Tart of Darkness, a spontaneously fermented Stout aged in spent Black Tuesday oak barrels. At only 5.60% ABV, a rather low ABV for these guys to bottle, Tart of Darkness delivers many initial robust, malty stout/porter qualities with the fruity tartness you've come to love from sour American Wild Ales.

Tune in this week to check out what Mike and Shane thought about this one, shot in Arlington Virginia.

Tart of Darkness
The Bruery
5.60% ABV

Passion Beer Ratings
Shane: 93/100
Mike: 91/100

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