Koelorado Spontaneous Golden Sour from Trinity Brewing

Koelorado Spontaneous Golden Sour

By: Trinity Brewing

Product Description: Trinity Brewing - Koelorado Spontaneous Golden Sour - 375 ml Bottle

  • Size: 375 ml Bottle
  • Alcohol Content: 5.00% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

Brewed with a first and second 'slims' process, a malt bill consisting of over 30% raw wheat, and aged hops. A 'first of its kind' beer to be produced in Colorado, in which we push the hot wort outside to our custom built coolship overnight allowing indigenous Colorado microbes to blow in and ferment the beer. Staying very strict to Belgian tradition, we only brew this beer during March and April when wild microbes are most favorable. This beer then ages for a full year on steam sterilized French oak Chardonnay barrels before bottling.

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