News Over Brews: Boulevard Brewing Co. Love Child #5


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This week, the News Over Brews podcast reviews the Love Child #5 from Boulevard Brewing Co. Our friend Todd Kaiser fills in for Ryan as we discus all of the huge announcements from San Diego Comic Con.

Here’s the description of the Love Child #5 directly from Boulevard Brewing Co.
Boulevard’s Love Child Series of “wild” ales are barrel-aged with such boisterous cultures as Lactobaccillus and Brettanomyces. These wayward offspring can prove so complex that we employ gauges on the label to convey the intensity of three key personality traits, Funk, Sour, and Fruit, presenting a picture of the ale at the time it was released. It will change as it ages, but don’t we all? A blend of wood and stainless aged sour beer, Love Child No. 5 is composed of multiple vintages of a Flanders style sour red ale that has been resting in whiskey and wine barrels, stainless vessels and a foeder that held red wine in a former life. This release features soft lactic acidity punctuated with very slight acetic notes and a tart, fruity flavor.

Beer Style – Barrel-Aged Wild Ale

Alcohol by Volume – 8.2%

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