Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales
A Note on This Beer
In a car, “camber” refers to the angle at which the wheels meet the road. In beer, CAMBER is a way to change the angle of your whole day!
One sip of the bright, fruity flavors from towering additions of real blood oranges and ripe raspberries, and you might be inspired to lean back and put your feet up. It’ll practically make your couch feel like a beachside hammock!
From the moment this pink hued brew leaves the can, huge raspberry aromas come billowing up. On the tongue, tangy citrus washes across the taste buds like a frothy wave on a white sand beach, followed by more bright berry and mild tartness from the base beer.
If you do sprawl out while enjoying this citrus-berry blasted brew, make sure you keep your head elevated enough to do it safely. Black Project’s small-batch beers are so hard to get a hold of outside of Denver, it’d be a shame to spill even a drop.
But, even if you do dribble a bit, you can keep on smiling. Because the world looks a whole lot happier when viewed from a reclined angle, with a pint of CAMBER in your hand.
The Denver Post named Black Project Colorado Brewery of the Year — twice!
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Orange on the nose. Very tart, which makes it hard to distinguish flavors on the palate. Crisp and sour finish.
Very sour for sour lovers
Always great! BP never fails
I like tart things, but this is too much! I couldn't drink an entire can.
Too sour we poured it out
Way too tart
Nice puckering tart character outweighs the raspberry and blood orange. Really good sour but definitely not a fruit smoothie !
Crisp and sour citrus. Overall good beer!
Having the depth of the blood oranges calling out from behind the wild brew caught and keep my attention. Waiting to try more creations!
Quite sour. Fruity and citrusy.
i don’t think the specific fruits come through too strongly, but it’s good nonetheless.
These guys are go’s of the sour beer.
That’s a sour monkey
Think more sour and less taste
So sour. So good.
The fruit comes through nicely but it is very, very sour.
Fruit flavors are a bit difficult to distinguish, but a great sour beer nonetheless. Extremely tart.