Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
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A Note on This Beer
If I were to make a Top 5 list of the most underrated breweries of the Northwest, it would include both parties involved in today’s Tempranillo Barrel-Aged Sour, without question.
Now, when I say underrated, I don’t mean actual ratings. Both Hood River’s Logsdon and Eugene’s Alesong have a trophy case of highly-rated brews.
What I mean is, due to their rural locations, gimmick-free labels, and the fact that neither crafts hype-beast styles like Milkshake IPAs, these breweries aren’t getting the attention they deserve.
Unless you talk to serious Sour Ale nerds! These fiends know how rare it is to find spontaneously fermented, specialty Wine Barrel-Aged Sours. So they mark their calendars with every Logsdon and Alesong release date.
They want that oaky character, those grapey tannins, and that wild-captured funk, all infused with one of the least common red wine barrels in the beer game — they want Logsdon x Alesong’s Deux Fermes Barrel-Aged Sour with Tempranillo Grapes. Now, that’s a find! I’m talking 4-leaf clover, needle-in-a-haystack type beer!
Maybe you’re just getting into Sour Ales, but you know you like what you’ve tried. Or perhaps you’ve never tried a Barrel-Aged version, but you crave the dark fruit notes found in red wine. Well, now you can snag an underground whale of a brew made by two of the most respected names in the Northwest Sour game.
That is, if you can snag it before our tiny stash of less than 500 bottles runs out! Get one now, and be one of the very few people in your state to ever taste it.
Tavour strictly supports independent beer. Logsdon Farmhouse Ales is certified independent by the Brewers Association
Packaged On July 19th, 2019