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SOURS! (the beer kind)

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  • #542037

    actualfred
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    We’re actually opening bottles today. Dockside, bottles are $9. We’re open 10a-7pm M-F. Tours are Monday nights at 7pm ($5) and tasting room is open Friday until 10pm.

    Also, standing challenge to CU readers. If you beat me at N64 Mario Kart I’ll buy you a pint.

    #542038
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    actualfred said:
    Also, standing challenge to CU readers. If you beat me at N64 Mario Kart I’ll buy you a pint.

    I still need to take you up on this.

    #542039

    jdubilla
    Participant

    If you’re up for a drive to Philadelphia you can find some Russian River sours there. Namely, Consecration, Supplication, Sanctification, and some of the other “ations”. Go visit Monk’s Cafe while there (which is the reason you can find the RR beers outside of California on the East Coast). If you head to Party Source in Bellvue (just across the river from Cinci) you can find some fantastic sours from Anchorage Brewing Company along with some other hard-to-find beers.

    #1049193

    DouginCMH
    Participant

    Sorry of this was already posted in the main beer thread:

    http://drinkupcolumbus.com/2014/10/30/sour-fest-yellow-brick/

    In honor of their fifth anniversary, Yellow Brick Pizza is throwing a month-long Sour Fest featuring a pretty remarkable selection of sour beers.

    #1050829

    Columbussr
    Blocked

    I have been a huge fan of sours for quite some time. For me, the best is La Folie by New Belgium. Usually hard to come by therefore I have to order it online. I’ve used a resource called “wineandcheeseplace” out of St. Louis in the past. Not cheap but worth that cost imo. Not sure if it’s been mentioned on here, but “Oude Tart” by Breuery is decent, among others. But for me everything is a distant second to La Folie. fwiw.

    #1050837
    edg126
    edg126
    Participant

    I know The Market Italian Village had La Folie on tap this weekend. It’s also one of my favorites.

    #1050901
    SJT
    SJT
    Participant

    St James has Le Terroir from Lips of Faith on tap now. We might have a few bottles of La Follie left too but not positive about that. http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/192/26541/

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