American Solera at Brasserie V
March 15, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Since their inception just a few years ago, Tulsa’s American Solera have been quietly producing some of the most well-crafted sour and mixed fermentation beers in the country. They dwell in that rarified air occupied by the likes of Monkish, Jester King, Sante Adairius, Hill Farmstead and Crooked Stave. The only difference is that we can, finally, get American Solera beers.
They’re fresh in the market, so help us continue their Madison welcome with a tap and bottle feature next Thursday! We will have five of their beers on tap, plus a couple of bottles for sampling. Again, these are some of the highest quality sours, saisons, and mixed fermentation ales in the country; you won’t want to miss it.
Foeder Cerise – 5.5% abv
Golden sour ale aged in oak with brettanomyces, souring cultures, and Montmorency cherries.
Ryemera – 4% abv
Modeled on the Slavic kvass-style drink, this is a tangy, low-alcohol ale made with dark rye.
Grisettastone – 4% abv
Multigrain mixed-fermentation ale, copiously dry-hopped.
Foedreville – 5.4% abv
Oak-aged sour ale dry-hopped with Hallertau Blanc hops.
Amso Dry – 6% abv
Blend of various 2-year-old spontaneously fermented golden ale.
Interplanetary Good Vibes Zone – 5.6% abv
Foeder-fermented sour golden ale further aged on Sauvignon Blanc barrels.
Raspbarrel – 5.6% abv
Golden sour ale fermented in oak foedres with hundreds of pounds of whole raspberries.
*Individual bottle pours offered for this night only.