Pucker up, buttercup. This episode is nice and sour! Brewing TV joins a certified cicerone for a quick taste-tour through some of Belgium's best sour beers. We take what we learn and put it to good use homebrewing and blending more than a half-dozen sour beers. This episode has been aging for a while and it's at its peak. Don't wait another moment, watch it right now! [Original postdate: November 18, 2011]+ More details
This week we head back out to The Lost Abbey and hang out with Tomme Arthur in the barrel room and try not one, not two, not three, but FOUR EPIC Lost Abbey Brews ... Dr. Bill joins us and waxes poetically about him and Tomme's friendship and shares blending stories. We start off with a Flanders Red ale, known as 2010 Red Poppy while Tomme talks about his history with brewing.. Next we break out a Framboise de Amorosa an excellent beer brewed with pounds and pounds of fresh Raspberries. After that we go dark and viscous with Port Brewing's Older Viscosity a 12% ABV American Dark Strong Ale that drinks smooth and leaves you wanting more. Last, but certainly not least, we enjoy a bit of the Angel's Share.. Grand Cru. A 12% ABV American Strong Ale that pays homage to what the barrel gives back. Tomme is an extremely gracious host, and we were honored to crash the barrel room and drinking amazingness. If you find yourself in the San Diego Area, you need to find your way to Lost Abbey's tasting room for a night you will not soon forget. Follow Lost Abbey on Twitter : twitter.com/lostabbey Follow The Tomme on Twitter : twitter.com/thetomme Lost Abbey on the web : http://www.lostabbey.com Red Poppy: Brewed by: The Lost Abbey California, United States Style | ABV Flanders Red | 5.50% ABV Framboise De Amorosa: Brewed by: The Lost Abbey California, United States Style | ABV American Wild Ale | 7.00% ABV Older Viscosity: Brewed by: Port Brewing Company / Pizza Port United States Style | ABV American Dark Strong Ale | 12.00% ABV Angel Share Grand Cru Brewed by: The Lost Abbey California, United States Style | ABV American Strong Ale | 12.00% ABV+ More details
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