A Note on This Beer
Unless you’ve visited one of the few specialty blenderies in the world that focus on rare styles, you probably haven’t tasted a Meerts Fruited Sour.
But, thanks to our friends at Funk Factory Geuzeria, now’s your chance to change that.
Their Peach Meerts is similar to a Lambic, born from spontaneous fermentation. But, what sets Meerts beers apart from Lambics is their lighter body and slightly lower carbonation. That means they're even more refreshing, and their flavors POP in every sip.
Today’s “modern interpretation” begins with a base of Pilsner Malt, raw wheat, and Saaz Hops for a smooth body and gentle, earthy spice character. The Funk Factory crew ferments it in French oak foeders with wild yeast for woody funk, then aged on peaches for two months before bottle conditioning.
It’s a tangy quencher with delectable bursts of stone fruit, and it’s one that only very lucky Midwesterners usually get to taste.
Now, you can add “only very lucky Tavour members” to that list, because we have just 131 bottles to go around. Better move fast!
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