Episode 29: Cuvée Is Just a Five Letter Word
Brew days can certainly be one of the more social beer events. When visiting Minneapolis, Shawn and I joined up with our friends at Ryan’s house for a day of beer creation and discussion. The crew at New Brew Thursday arranged a trade with Shawn, where he scored a bottle of Cuvée de Tomme from The Lost Abbey (a division of Pizza Port Brewing Company).
Similar to the beer we explored in our previous episode, Cuvée de Tomme is an example of the American Wild Ale style of beer – meaning sour or tart. I’m loving the diversity this style of beer brings. It seems the age of each one of these beers can change its flavor profile. So, a beer might have a flavor you may or may not love – yet you have to revisit it at a later point in time just to see how the beer has changed with age.
The Lost Abbey – Cuvée de Tomme Style: American Wild Ale ABV (Alcohol by Volume): 11.0%
The Beer Genome Project #29 Show Notes
- 0:00-2:16- Introduction
02:16-16:12 – Cuvée De Tomme by The Lost Abbey
16:12-18:09 - Conclusion