Sour, Fruit and Gose Beers available to buy online from BeerCraft of Bath.
Sour Beers taste sour. This could be because of the fermentation method or additions of sour fruits. It could just be a slight tang or it could be face scrunchingly sour.
Fruit beers have had fruits added to the beer at different stages of the fermentation process and this can make a variety of different styles including sour, sweet or just for flavour.
Gose is a beer that has had salt added. Usually to a sour style beer, the salt helps bring out the flavours in the beer.
This Gose is a mix ferment Gose by Overtone Brew Co, with additions of Mirabelle Plum from Lorraine, France and Lebanese Ginger.
This brings you a tart Gose that is brewed using Indian coriander and pink Himalayan Sea salt.
Crashing into summer like a zesty sunburst, comes Ida.
Like her sisters - Edna, Orla & Pam - Ida starts life as a kettle sour base, brewed over two days.
Once in the fermentation vessel, Pressure Drop added heaps & heaps (forgive the technical terminology) of summer raspberries and a touch of basil.
The result is a tart yet easy drinking fruity zinger.
This mixed fermentation sour from Overtone is brewed with Lactose and oats, and uses massive amounts of blueberry and pomegranate.
This creates a fruity, creamy beer with a tart finish.
8.2% imperial fruited sour with mango and passion fruit. Thick, juicy and delicious!
Deal, Kent, UK
A dry hopped kettle sour featuring the tropical notes of Vic Secret, Mosaic and Citra.