I'm Just Here To Dance
New Image Brewing
A Note on This Beer
I don’t know if you’ve ever baked with almond flour, but my first attempt at making gluten-free muffins with this grainy substance was a total mess. The batter didn’t rise and the muffins were as dry and crumbly as a windblown sandcastle.
Luckily, New Image Brewing found a better use for almond flour — in their brand-new and incredibly unique Pastry Sour, I’m Just Here to Dance. This breakfast-of-champions brew is a collaboration with their buddies at Hidden Springs Ale Works, and it blows all of my baking attempts clear out of the water.
To make it, the brewers added a whopping 21 lbs of banana purée and nearly 7 lbs of Demerara sugar per barrel, along with almond flour, walnut meal, lactose, and a splash of vanilla. Each sip is like biting into a moist, freshly baked banana-nut muffin, topped with caramelized brown sugar and served with a scoop of candied lemon sorbet.
New Image just released this Sour in their Colorado taproom, and the lucky few who’ve tried it are rating it a praiseworthy 4.21 on Untappd! @derek raves, “Mmmm. Banana! New Image never fails to put out delicious brews.”
Now, you don’t have to buy expensive flours and watch your muffins deflate into puddles of disappointment. Why not leave the fancy baking to the experts, and crack open a can of this sumptuous Sour instead?
*New Image was named one of the Fastest Growing Breweries in America by Forbes Magazine!
Rated 4.21 from early reviews
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Sour at the front but literally a banana nut muffin at the end
First sour I’ve had where the promised flavor shows up. Nice dessert beer for my evening meal!
Very sour but tasty AF
Better than any sour I've had, I'll give it that. I thought it was weird to have a banana beer be in the sour category and I was right. It smelled more like a banana nut muffin than it tasted and it tasted more like banana baby food than a banana nut muffin.
I had this for dessert! It was a tasty finish to a hot summer night
One of the best sours I’ve had. Banana flavor is subtle. Not overly sour. Banana nut muffin taste rolls in following the initial banana taste
A nice sour with good mouth feel from the milk sugar. Slight banana on the nose no banana taste. The muffin is there on the finish. All in all decent fruited sour.