Typically, I am a Miller Lite guy. In my early 20’s I would dive into the world of craft beers but as I got older, I went with what was comfortable. There is however one vice I have with craft beers and that is sours. I absolutely love them. When I see a sour I haven’t tried I usually pick it up and give it a whirl.
At my local liquor store in the 815, I came across Revolution Brewing’s “Freedom Variety Pack.” There are four different beers in this variety pack but we are going to tackle only one in this review. For the first review, we will look at Freedom Of Assembly which is a Sour Berliner Weisse.
Upon opening the can you are met with a fruity tart aroma. It pours a pinkish color with a thin white head. It isn’t the most sour beer in the pack, but the blueberry and ginger flavor, with a hint of tart, makes it very enjoyable. I would say it’s a medium bodied beer that would taste great on a hot summer day.
If you’re a fan of sours, it’s definitely worth a pickup. Revolution put out a great sour here. Stay tuned for the other three reviews from this variety pack.