The base beer in Carolina Bauernhaus Raspberry Petite Sour is the Source Series golden sour ale, blended with a massive amount of red raspberries. The final beer was aged in bourbon barrels for 4 months. The resulting beer is wall to wall raspberries, sour tartness, and bourbon oak.
This unique regional ale draws its acidity from a strain of lactobacillus isolated by SouthYeast labs from opuntia fruit in La France, SC and a blend locally captured native yeasts.
Carolina Bauernhaus Raspberry Petite Sour is available starting today at the brewery in Anderson.
Above: Brewery co-founder, and brewer Keston Helfrich shows off bottles of Raspberry Petite Sour. Image: Beer Street Journal
Destihil Wild Sour Synchopathic has joined the brewery’s Wild Sour Series. The series is known for release like Plum Sour Stout, Kriek, and Lynnbrook Raspberry Sour Ale.
January 2016 was the first time that Destihil Synchopathic Sour first appeared. The dry-hopped American wild ale boasts quite a few flavors according to the brewery:
…with totally rad aromas and flavors reminiscent of grapefruit, orange, lemon, tangerine, pineapple and hints of pine, giving way to a biscuity-crackery malt back beat, low bitterness and a dry finish to bring everything in synch.
Destihil Wild Sour Synchopathic is available in 12 ounce cans and draft starting in mid-July.
Style: American Wild Ale
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Release: Mid-July, 2016
Birds Fly South Paper Airplanes is up next by the Greenville, South Carolina based brewery.
This release is an brettanomyces forward pale ale, aged in the brewery’s oak foudres. When the time was right, brewer/owner Shawn Johnson bottled the newbie. This beer was originally slated for a June release, but according to the brewery, the beer was finally released today (July 13th).
Our fully funky Brett-centric pale ale! Once our Brettanomyces Foudre has reached a sweet spot, we begin a long blending and re-fermentation process with a fresh Belgian Pale Ale. We then dry hop with Nelson Sauvin to add a level of wine complexity that only this hop can provide. Slightly sour, all funk. Aged at least a month before release.
Birds Fly South Paper Airplanes is a 750 milliliter bottle offering. Available in distribution across North and South Carolina.
Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA has officially hits shelves, part of the brewery’s “Occasionals” lineup.
Fruit nuanced India pale ales have taken the beer world by storm over the past year, and by the looks of things, 2016 will be no different. Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA is brewed with lemon flesh, and blood orange juice.
What you have here is an honest to goodness India Pale Ale brewed with a bevy or real citrus, including orange peel, lemon flesh,& blood orange juice.
Additionally, the Delaware based brewery is expected to announce their first cans soon. Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood looks like it will be canned, alongside 60 Minute IPA.
Dogfish Head Flesh & Blood IPA will be a 12 ounce bottle and draft offering.
Triple C Golden Girl is the newest can to join the Charlotte based brewery’s lineup.
The base beer is a blonde ale, brewed with tart cherries. Additionally, the beer features locally roasted Guji coffee from Summit Coffee Co. The beer was very popular on draft, prompting its release into 16 ounce cans.
Triple C Golden Girl is a seasonal release.
In late July, the brewery will release their first wild ale.
Image: Scott, Triple C Brewing
Service Brewing SBC 2 debuts later this month. A celebration of the Savannah, Georgia based brewery’s second birthday.
Service is veteran owned, started by Kevin Ryan, former U.S. Army Company Commander. He and his incredible fiancé Meredith Sutton have put 11 beers into production, nearly 50 different R&D beers, and even more notable- raised $28,000 dollars for various charities.
Service Brewing SBC 2 is described as an American-Belgo-style ale, different from anything the brewery has created to date. Their house yeast, cultured from the Service apiary (Army bees!), gives the beer the Belgian-like characteristics, and fruity ester flavors. Combine that with blood orange zest and a healthy dose of Citra hops, and your birthday beer is complete.
SBC2 marks our second anniversary craft beer in honor of those who serve our country, and we humbly continue our duty of donating a portion of our revenue to support them. Thank you for helping achieve our mission as we dedicate SBC2 to all the charities out there making the world a better place.
Service Brewing SBC 2 is a 750 milliliter bottle release starting July 23rd.
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Flat12 Pinko! debuts this month in 8 ounce “stubby” cans.
This Russian imperial stout makes an appearance twice each year. Once in July for the brewery’s Christmas in July, and again in November. The imperial stout pushes 11% alcohol by volume, that’s big on chocolate and coffee flavor.
The rich stout flavor features a slight smokiness and sweet hints of molasses and toffee. Brewed to age. Brewed for barrels. In Soviet Russia, you don’t drink Imperial Stouts, Imperial Stouts drink you.
Flat12 Pinko! is a draft and 8 ounce can offering. Next time you’ll see it, it will be football season.
Style: Russian Imperial Stout
Availability: 8oz Cans (New), Draft. Limited seasonal
Debut (Cans): Mid-July, 2016
10.5% ABV, 86 IBUs