Strange Roots Releases a New Barrel-Aged Sour

Obtuse Armature by Strange Roots Experimental Ales in a four pack and pint glass
Obtuse Armature by Strange Roots Experimental Ales, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Strange Roots Experimental Ales

Strange Roots Releases a New Barrel-Aged Sour

Obtuse Armature by Strange Roots Experimental Ales in a four pack and pint glass
Obtuse Armature by Strange Roots Experimental Ales, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Strange Roots Experimental Ales
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Strange Roots Experimental Ales
is the place to go to if you want to try some of the most quirky brews in the ‘Burgh. Specializing in all things wild, this place releases a variety of beer. No matter your palate, you can find something there. This week, I’ve got something for my sour fans this week! 

Obtuse Armature is the brand new barrel aged sour that they’ve released this week. A 6.9% sour ale, this brew is conditioned on heaps of raspberries for a tart effect that makes this a great beer for all sour lovers in the ‘Burgh this weekend. Grab it on draft in Millvale or Gibsonia or in a four pack to take home! 

Want to grab a sip of something else? There’s plenty more wild goodness to explore this weekend at Strange Roots. With the warmer temps, citrus beers are just perfect for days like today. Want to lager it up? Try out Lager Roots: Lime. At 4.9%, it may be lower in ABV, but  it’s definitely not in flavor. 

Thinking you want to go a little more hoppy? Strange Roots has been killing it recently with the IPAs that have been released. Empty Ocean is an IPA that is 5.8% and dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic hops. Hoppy and the right kind of bitter, this is an IPA nerd’s dream in a brew. Grab this one to-go or on tap! 

Whether you want to take things tart or take a walk on the hoppy side, Strange Roots is the place to be this weekend! With two locations in the city and the North Hills of the ‘Burgh, you’re in for a treat with these tasty brews! 

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