Odd Astoria

A whiskey sour is as classic a drink as the historic Odd Fellows Building in downtown Astoria, that our friends are attempting to restore. This cocktail-inspired beer has an assertively tart lemon profile up front that balances with the whiskey and oak character. With a light touch of cherry, just a little garnish to round out the flavor, this beer is fruity, refreshing, and gets you in the mood for some historic building restoration.

Brewer's Notes

Brewed in support of our friends at the Odd Fellows Building
in Astoria, while they were competing in a contest for a national preservation grant.

Pale red in color with lemon zest and whiskey aromas. Sharp, lemon tartness with lightly oaky and mild cherry garnish flavors.

Hops: None!

Malts: 2-Row Barley, Weyermann Pilsner, White Wheat, Flaked Wheat, Acidulated

Yeast: Juice

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