So you may have noticed the "Sour" label next to some of our tap beers. Sour beer? "huh?" you may say, but these beers have intentionally acidic, tart, sour tastes.
"Sour" is a broad term for beers that have a funky/barnyard or other characteristics not generally found in beer.
Yeast or bacteria (similar to those found in yoghurt) intruding into the brewing process produces pleasingly sour, food-friendly beer, that is mysteriously complex and engaging.
The temperature at which the beer is fermented and then stored will then play a large role in determining how quickly the aromas, flavours and acidity develop.
At Forester's Hall we have our fair share of sours, so come down and ask one of our staff for a try, you may just love it!