About This Beer
It’s not every day you come across a Wild Ale as dark as a Stout. It brings a balance of Brett tartness and barrel character that will stop any beer connoisseur in their tracks! The crafty Crooked Stave team first aged this bad boy in oak foeders with their mixed culture of wild yeast and bacteria for that characteristic tang. Then, they transferred it to bourbon and whiskey barrels from Leopold Bros, where it slumbered for months.
Nightmare on Brett soaked up boozy bourbon and whiskey barrel characteristics, creating dark fruit aromas over cacao notes and an acidic, tart berry finish!
Dark Barrel Aged Tart Tangy Wild Ale
Bourbon Barrels Leopold Bros Whiskey Mixed Wild Culture
I have to drink this with my eyes closed, because the color and flavor do not make sense in my brain. It is tasty, however.
an abundance of flavor!
wow what a champ. amazing!
almost made it through the bottle on my own! a unique dark sour with a nice BBA finish.
I’m sure it’s a great Sour - but I learned (on a $20 bottle of beer) that I am NOT into sours. Haha
I've had cheap wines that tasted better. Really disappointed in this one.
Did not realize it was a Sour. I enjoyed it but my husband was not impressed.
It might be a great wild ale to those who like wild ale. However, I have learned that I don't like wild ale.
And that was proof that there had been a nightmare, on my street