Beer Review: Incorrigible

Brews and Ewes

Incorrigible by New Holland Brewing Company

New Holland describes this beer:

Incorrigible celebrates the beauty of mischief. Wild yeasts and bacteria run free in our sour-aging cellar, the House of Funk, creating vibrant sour and acidic character in this delicate, yet complex wheat beer. The refreshingly tart session beer will tease your palate with a subtle, layered nuance.

It is 4.5% ABV and is classified as a Sour White Ale.

New Holland's Incorrigible beer Can’t be changed.


Amber’s review (4/5):

I could count the number of sours I’ve had on one hand.  Each one was something different and I’ve liked every single one of them.  I think I’m the type of person who could be a sour beer drinker.  This beer, I figured, would be just as good as the other ones.

I’m happy to be right now and again.  Incorrigible is lighter and fresher than most beers I’m used to (I…

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