Against the Currant

Working with our friends at Escarpment Laboratories we used a simple kettle sour process to create a tart and refreshing sour beer. Kettle Souring lowers the pH of the beer by adding lactobacillus into the brew kettle which produces natural lactic acid. When the appropriate sourness is achieved, the kettle is brought to a boil killing any living lactobacillus, leaving behind a distinctly sour beer with notes of lemon and honey. To round out this unique beer we added local Ontario blackcurrants which contribute a purple hue, earthy berry notes, and a tart finish to this tasty summertime beer!

ABV: 5.5%   |   IBU: 18   |   OG: 12.3ºP   |   FG: 2ºP   |   GLASSWARE: TULIP   |   COLOR: SRM 5

Available size formats

750ml bottle

Find at the LCBO

Recent Awards

ONTARIO BREWING AWARDS 2016
Bronze (Fruit Beer)

Against the currant bottle