Our Summer of flavour continues with the introduction of our latest Niagara Falls craft beer! Say hello to Blackberry Sour, a unique and refreshing brew that combines the best of tartness and fruitiness. Join us as we take a closer look at this delightful craft beer and the intriguing flavour profile it brings to our rotating taps.
Blackberry Sour is a carefully crafted beer that aims to deliver a refreshing and sour experience without overwhelming your palate. With a clean lactic sourness, this brew strikes the perfect balance that is tangy but not bitter. The initial sip reveals a gentle, pale malt flavor that acts as a foundation, supporting the lemony sourness that follows. The moderate fruity esters further enhance the overall flavor, providing a subtle sweetness that complements the tartness of the blackberries. Crafted with a meticulous brewing process, Blackberry Sour is the result of combining malted barley and wheat. This combination contributes to its distinctive cloudy appearance, giving it an enticing visual appeal. By using blackberries in the brewing process, we infuse the beer with the essence of these delicious berries, enhancing both the flavor and aroma.
Brewed on-site in our Niagara Falls craft brewery, this new Sour boasts an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 4.8%, making it a sessionable brew that can be enjoyed throughout the day. With an International Bitterness Unit (IBU) of 5, this beer offers a truly mellow experience, without a discernible bitterness or hop flavor. Instead, the focus is on the interplay of fruity and sour notes, creating a unique and enjoyable drinking experience.
Intrigued? Stop in at our craft brewery in Niagara Falls to try a glass of our new Blackberry Sour! Add it to a craft beer tasting flight to enjoy it alongside our award-winning signature craft beers, and selections from our seasonal rotating taps.
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