Speciation Artisan Ales
A Note on This Beer
There’s just something about homemade jam from freshly picked berries. Real ingredients, foraged from nature, hand selected… whether you bake it in a delicious dessert or spread it across a warm piece of toast, you can really taste and feel the difference.
Speciation Artisan Ales put that same hand-crafted care into each and every bottle of today’s Tavour exclusive — a wild fermented Pastry Sour made as “a reflection of nature’s diversity.” It comes flushed with real additions of raspberries, vanilla, peanut butter and cacao nibs.
There’s an obvious call here to a classic PB&J sandwich, but it’s so much more than that: each complex sip boasts a delicious, bright tartness that settles into toasty-warm cacao and nutty peanut notes on the finish.
And, like a secret garden of berries, this one-of-a-kind brew is ripe for the picking and waiting to be plucked, only by lucky Tavour members! Bask in the delicate and delicious flavors of this special Speciation brew.
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Lots of PB on the nose but the rest is absolutely crushed by an absolutely absurd about of tartness and a lingering acidity. Boo.
Beer tries to do to much. Would have been fine without the vanilla or chocolate notes. It’s good for these brewers to challenge themselves in order to create that next great sensation, sadly this ain’t it. Keep at it! Keep swinging.
I have never tasted anything more like bile than this
Sour funk raspberry and peanuts with some cocoa toward the end.
Bottle from Tavour. Muddy pour, light pink with a small airy head. Raspberries first on the aroma, notes of peanut butter. Taste brings in light vanilla, great balance between the berries and peanut butter. Sweet, tart, smooth.
Weird, funky, super sour, peanut buttery. I love it.
sour PB&J made possible, amazing and tasty!
love wild ales and delivered in the sour taste just the way I like!
Too much going on, and a bit harsh with how tart it is
Super Sour, couldn’t even taste anything else but sour flavors and acidic notes
Party in my mouth
Not very well balanced in my opinion. Sour yes, “0” Pastry Sweetness
would rate it higher if not for the peanut butter (allergic).