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Our Soursboro Series includes sour beers that have been deliberately brewed to achieve high levels of acidity. This elevated acidity delivers a predominantly sour flavor that compliments many fruit flavors such as Peach, Mango, Watermelon, and many other fruit flavors often seen in candies and fruit drinks.  To make our sours we use a specialty yeast called Philly Sour. This yeast is derived from a recently discovered species of wild yeast isolated off of a dogwood tree in The Woodlands Park graveyard by the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. 

Now serving Salted Watermelon

Soursboro, Salted Watermelon is a sour beer that is refreshing and unique, combining the flavors of watermelon, and a touch of salt. It is a perfect choice for those hot summer days when you crave the juicy sweetness of watermelon along with the thirst-quenching qualities of beer.

What sets salted watermelon sour beer apart is its subtle flavor profile. While it incorporates the distinct taste of watermelon, it does so in a delicate and balanced manner, making it appealing to even the lightest of drinkers. The sourness adds a tangy twist to the overall experience, enhancing the refreshing qualities of the beer.

Other Soursboro beers include:


Soursboro, Peach Mango offers a delightful taste of peach mango-flavored sour beer, a perfect fusion of juicy peaches, and tropical mangoes. This tantalizing beverage is an ideal choice for those who appreciate the refreshing flavors of summer fruits combined with the enjoyable qualities of beer.

The flavor profile of peach mango beer is characterized by a harmonious blend of sweet and tangy notes. The luscious sweetness of ripe peaches intertwines with the tropical essence of mangoes, creating a burst of fruity flavors that dance on your palate. This combination of flavors provides a refreshing and invigorating experience.


Glassware & Serving Temperature

Nonic pint—This type of glassware bulges out at the top, which improves grip, adds strength, and reduces chipping.


Best served at 45-55°F

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