Review – Greyhound Blended Barrel Aged Sour from Cismontane


I don’t much care for the new Cismontane labels but I do like the little touch of the dog and the citrus slice.  This little part works.  And so does the beer.  This liquer looking beer pours without a head and the aroma is not blasting sour at you.  Much more restrained .  More cognac to my nose.  But the taste gets back down to sour business.  Tart on the lips and quite a bit of citrus that is tempered by the wood notes.  Not tangy but mellow and sour at the same time.  Nice and complex.  Thanks to the Cap’n for voyaging down south to pick this beer up for me.