New Belgium Eric's Ale

Brewed by New Belgium Brewing

Mixed-Fermentation Sour Beer7.0% ABV16 IBU

Eric's Ale, named for long time New Belgium brewer Eric Salazar, combines a dry, sour beer aged up to three years in oak foeders with a semi sweet, higher alcohol base beer. The resulting blend is re-fermented with peach juice, creating a smooth ale with subtle peach tones and a warm, spicy finish. The aroma has pleasant hints of vanilla and tropical fruit, the wood characteristics are present but nicely muted.

A sour beer for those who don't like sour beers. And a fruit beer for those who don't like fruit beers.


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Available near Cambridge, Massachusetts

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