A Note on This Beer
A well-made Berliner Weisse is like the mullet of Sour Ales, but in a really delicious way. It’s super juicy business upfront, and then a refreshingly dry party in the back as it washes down your throat.
Today’s Mischief Managed Guava Passionfruit from Monday Night Brewing is a prime example of the hard-to-pull-off beer style.
Sour fans know how much aging comes into play when amping up the complexities in a brew. The aging process keeps the yeast in-check, and it makes for a deliciously oaky-vanilla playground that really highlights the tropical fruit.
Tavour members can taste the time that went into this brew, and they rated it a 4.26!
Berliner Weisse yeasts are notorious for causing mischief in the beer if not managed correctly. So, the perfectionist brewers at Monday Night kept this beer squirreled away in French Oak Foeders for over 3 months.
Crack open today’s can and you’ll be wowed by guava and passionfruit aromas — it’s like you just stepped off a private jet and onto a tropical island! You’ll taste sweet-tart and tangy flavors akin to fruit picked fresh that morning and stuck straight into the juicer.
*This fruit-forward 5.5% ABV sipper pairs delightfully with salty foods. Your french fries just found a new best brew friend!
Rated 4.26 on Tavour!