Wild beers are beers brewed with yeast that ferments spontaneously, and the yeast is not one created in lab but from Mother Nature. These types of beers have different sub-styles with in the style and have a sizeable popularity. With wild beers you get a vastly different flavor profile than from a non-wild beer. Destihl Brewing in Bloomington, Illinois brews a Wild Sour Serious (in cans) and this is Plum Sour Stout, 5.6% ABV with 37 IBUs. This is a sour stout with plums added. Plum Sour Stout pours a pitch-black color with slight brown edges with a beige three finger creamy head that slowly fades into some decent lacing. If you hold the beer up to the light it’s a dark purple color. The aroma is a little tart with a plum flavor, and some faint chocolaty roast. Taste is not what I expected, but I was a little surprised to find nice plum fruit flavors, chocolaty roasted notes with a little chocolate-covered cherry. I found the plum flavor to be similar to a tart Ocean Spray juice. The mouth feel is on the lighter side of medium and really opens up as it washes over your taste buds. Plum Sour Stout finish a bit sour/tart with nice dark fruit flavor and has nice tart after taste that lingers a bit before fading away. This beer pleasantly surprised me on just how tasty it is. I give this A+. Plum Sour Stout is drinkable for a dark stout. I highly recommend Destihl Brewery Wild Sour Series Plum Sour Stout. I think it’s a great beer for anyone who doesn’t like dark beers and/or stouts. Well balanced tasty and goes not easier than most stouts. Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly!