Graphic representing POG fruit whip from Cellar Works Brewing
POG Fruit White by Cellar Works Brewing, Sarver, PA. Photo credit: Cellar Works Brewing
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Cellar Works Brewing Continues to SLAY all Fruited Sours!

Cellar Works Brewing Continues to SLAY all Fruited Sours!

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POG Fruit White by Cellar Works Brewing, Sarver, PA. Photo credit: Cellar Works Brewing
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Sour fans, take note. This week brought so many good releases! Personally, I think that Cellar Works Brewing in Sarver, PA (North of Pittsburgh) is producing some of the best fruited sour brews in the game. Love fruity, tart brews? This place is a must stop. I’ve been so impressed with everything they put out and this week is absolutely no exception! 

    Their Fruit Whip series is some of the best fruited sour beers in Pittsburgh, bar none. Currently, there are two tasty incarnations of this beer available. POG Juice Fruit Whip is a 6% smoothie sour that is averaging killer Untappd ratings. Brewed with lactose and passion fruit, orange, and guava, this beer is a tart, sweet tropical treat you won’t forget. A thick, pulpy and tasty brew, scoop this up ASAP if you love fruited sours! 

    But that’s not all, friends. Cellar Works produces so many tasty brews! Don’t want to POG it up? Consider the Pineapple Puff’d to add to your beer arsenal. Brewed with lactose, vanilla, and pineapple, this brew is a lightly tart, sweet, fruit smoothie beer you need to try! At 6%, is it a sweet brew that packs the right kind of punch! Loaded with flavor, you can’t go wrong with either of these fruity choices! Gra

    Cellar Works Brewing is a personal favorite of mine in regards to beer in Pittsburgh, Trust me when I say it is 100% worth the drive! I’ll be driving out there ASAP this week to sample these amazing beers and I can’t wait to see what comes next!

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