Brettanomyces bruxellensis (the anamorph of Dekkera bruxellensis) is a yeast native to the Senne valley near Brussels, Belgium. In the wild it lives on the skins of fruit. Brettanomyces bruxellensis plays a key role in the spontaneous fermentation of typical Belgian beer styles such as Lambic, Flanders red ales, Gueuze, and Kriek. It competes with brewer’s yeast, as well as other microorganisms, in fermenting the wort, and gives the beer a distinctive taste, which is a desired part of the style. Wow thank you wikipedia lol well I knew some of this info but what better way to sound smart then wikipedia hahahaha.
The time has come for Sierra Nevada to release yet again an other beer this year man they are on a role, but this this it’s a collaboration beer with the one and only Russian River Brewing Co. I knew some people are going to be like oh yes a sour beer, a sour beer, and I will inform you no it’s not but tart yes. Trust me this is a good beer but needs 3 years aging on it to be great. Example: looks, and smells like a Russian River beer, and taste like a Sierra Nevada beer with a hint of Vinnie’s hands waved over the wort to bless it with future greatness. Well here is Brux.