Oh, and I had this yesterday. Straffe Hendrik triple with Bretts added. Not sour enough for my likings...
Edited by hc4thehc - 4/27/14 at 8:18am
I'm a big fan of both the Oude Tart and the White Oak. I'm actually holding on to a bottle of each right now. I've never heard of the Chicken Killer, however, but will be interested to hear how it is.
I had some of this tonight, Trinity Brewing Company's Red Swingline:
I'd never even heard of Trinity Brewing until I stumbled on their booth at GABF a couple of years back. I was really impressed by their sours, wilds, and saisons; I was not particularly amused by their penchant for for naming beers after stuff from Office Space. That said, the naming conventions take a back seat to taste, and this beer -- dubbed an IPA primitive -- wrings a ton of flavor out of a four per center, with Brett, tons of hops, some fruit, Lactobacillus, oak aging, and dry hopping.
And I had this a couple nights back (please pardon the unfinished backsplash):