Raspberry Fruit Stand
Casey Brewing & Blending
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About This Beer
The brewers started with the Saison base (a beer with “just the right amount of tartness and acidity to make each sip dynamic,” according to Craft Beer & Brewing). Then they loaded it with two pounds of whole raspberries per gallon and aged it in wine barrels.
The result is as elegant as it is refreshing. Bright berry on the sip gives way to tangy citrus zest and a note of rustic lemon grass. A bit of fresh hay cuts through a pop of tart acidity, and it all leads to a long, dynamic finish with lingering notes of tangy lemon-lime and even more berry.
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Raspberry Wine Barrels
Jammy raspberry, refreshing carbonation and oaky notes of some wood and vanilla
Different not the flavor I was expecting but the wife loved it.. was a little to sour for my liking I’m a big IPA guy but I will def purchase again for the old lady ... Grade B+ (Wife)
This sour even on the nose far before you sip smacks you in the face yelling “Here there be raspberries!” That flavor is right up front but evolves to be accompanied by a tart dry backbone reminiscent of red wine. It then finishes with a slight oaky funk. A joy to drink and an undeniable eye-catcher. Shared it with friends just to see their “wow” faces!
This beer is my jam.
nice and sour
raspberry came through. it was quite tart. imagine blending/straining unripe raspberry and carbonating. I would drink a thimble of this at a beer festival but not more tha4ozoz