Warwick Farm Brewing’s First Fruited Sour

Warwick Farm Brewing Fruited Sour label with a bear on it

Warwick Farm Brewing’s First Fruited Sour

Warwick Farm Brewing Fruited Sour label with a bear on it
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We talk about Warwick Farm Brewing a lot. They’re one of the highest-rated breweries in the Philadelphia area, and they keep putting out straight fire every week. Recent releases include a Double Dry-Hopped Double IPA and a Maple Coffee Pastry Stout. Both of which I can personally vouch for. But prepare yourself because this week marks the return of their first-ever fruited sour.

Boo Boo’s Jam is a fruited sour ale with black currant they released last year prior to their canning program. I first had the privilege of tasting this beer during their outdoor beer garden last year. Of course, that was prior to COVID when we had a mild winter, but now it’s more accessible than ever before. They’re releasing it in a 750ml bottle.

You’ll be surprised to know this beer does not contain lactose, but don’t let that scare you! It’s delicious. Warwick Farm used 130 pounds of black currants that are fermented in secondary, giving this beer a bright red color with great flavor.

You don’t want to miss it this time around. Last year’s release received rave reviews on Untappd. Users said it’s, “got a nice sour punch,” and called it, “one of the great sours.” With 130 pounds of fruit in two barrels, it’s probably even better this time. Don’t miss it. Fans compared the last version to the ever-popular Burley Oak J.R.E.A.M. beers. I expect this release to be equally sought after.

Boo Boo’s Jam drops alongside the return of their Umbra Hazy IPA and a brand new Pilsner called Wishing Winter Away. Boo Boo’s Jam and these other delicious beers will available on their website Wednesday, December 9th, starting at 5 PM.

PHOTO: Warwick Farm Brewing

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