Monday, December 12, 2016

Destihl Brewery Wild Sour Series Synchopathic

I have another Destihl Brewery Wild Sour Series beer, this is Synchopathic, 6.0% ABV with 8 IBUs. Synchopathic is a dry-hopped sour ale, and the cool combination of tart and acidic sour ale. Synchopathic pours a yellow color with a two finger bright white head that fizzes away rather quickly into some spotty yet chunky lacing. The aroma is of sour fruit lie apples, pears, grapefruit, orange slight lemon, tangerine, hints of pineapple and some green grapes. But I don’t think any fruit is used in brewing this beer. The taste at first is of tart green apple with a slight faint floral flavor, then Synchopathic becomes more tart and slightly more sour but refreshing. There is a faint biscuit-crackery malt backbone. This beer is like a Gose beer with out the salt flavor, (see Westbrook Brewing Co. Gose, 6/20/15). Mouth feel is light and Synchopathic has a taste yet sour finish that is dry. The after taste is nice with a refreshingly light fruit flavor and nice tart and sour aftertaste. I I’ve had a few of the Destihl Brewery wild Sour Series and I find them all that I’ve had to be good solid beers, and Synchopathic is an A. It’s refreshing tart and sour, but no overwhelming in any way. I found it to be quite interesting. I highly recommend trying Destihl Brewing Wild Sour Series Synchopathic. Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly!

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