Friday, October 21, 2011

Crooked Stave Pure Guava Petite Sour

My fiancee encouraged my to pick up a bottle of Crooked Stave Pure Guava Petite Sour while we were in Denver. The beer pours a a golden color with a lofty white head that leaves very little lacing on the glass. The aroma consists of sweet guava, vinegar, wheat, hay, and grass. The taste is very puckering with plenty of vinegar right on the front end before the guava sweetness comes out to play. There is a wheat finish with some hay and grass mixed in as well. The alcohol content is 4.5% ABV. I really enjoyed the nice pucking aspect of this beer with the sweet guava undertone. The finish brought out the hay and grass with a great wheat accent.

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