Brouwerij Strubbe Grand Cru Flemish Red Ale - 6.5% ABV
So, you like the sour beers? Me, too .... that is unless the sourness is artificially enhanced with additives in which case it becomes a bit .... intense with the sour overpowering the flavor of the beer. If that is the kind of sour that you desire then you can save some money by buying a Bud and dropping a couple of Jolly Ranchers in it, then guzzling away. The real/original sour ales are/were created by allowing wild yeast and bacterial strains to 'contaminate' the beer during the brewing process. Because of the uncertainty involved in using wild yeast, the sour beer brewing process is extremely unpredictable. The beer takes months to ferment and can take years to mature. The sourness is therefore not overpowering ... refreshing.