Originally Posted by Coff
Im actually thinking about getting some Brett and pitching and seeing what I end up with...I know nothing about wild ales besides I like alot of them.
A sour Stout? Never had one but its worth the try.
I've had a sour porter that was pretty good.
I was just going to post what I was pondering brewing this weekend and a sour porter was one of the options.
Thinking of doing a 100% Brett L. Porter -> I had Ithica's Dark Humour and it was pretty awesome.
Other option is a sour cherry dubbel. Although I can't find locally the wine yeast I want to use to add the cherry flavor.
My wife is taking the kids up camping with her mom for the weekend, so I am planning on brewing two beers this weekend.
1. A sour saison with Sterling Hops and Roselare blend. Will probably then use the yeast cake for a flemish red.
2. Either the 100% Brett Porter or A sour Dubbel of some sorts. If I go the Dubbel route may just buy some Jolly Pumpkin and use the dregs of that for the sourness.
So 2+2 -> 100% Brett Porter or Sour Dubbel? I want something sour and dark for the winter.
Just order some hops online so next beers after this weekend will be an ordinary bitter with EKG and then a Marris Otter EKG SMASH.