Home  |  About  |  Beer Styles  |  Search  |  Login / Register
Quick Search:  
Beer Styles : Wild Ale
Beer Reviews (1)  |  Return to Beer Styles  |  Return to Sour Ale
ABV: varies    IBUs: varies    SRM: varies    OG: varies    FG: varies
Sometimes Belgian influenced, Wild Ales are beers that are introduced to "wild" yeast or bacteria, such as: Brettanomyces (Brettanomyces Bruxellensis, Brettanomyces Lambicus or Brettanomyces Anomolus), Pediococcus or Lactobacillus. This introduction may occur from oak barrels that have been previously inoculated, pitched into the beer, or gained from various "sour mash" techniques. Regardless of which and how, these little creatures often leave a funky calling card that can be quite strange, interesting, pleasing to many, but also often deemed as undesirable by many.
Examples of Wild Ale  |  See All
 
Beer Name Brewery ABV IBUs
(1) Sur Munk Mikkeller 9.99% ---
(0) Tart of Darkness The Bruery 5.6% ---
(0) Cuvee de Tomme The Lost Abbey 11% ---
(0) Samuel Adams American Kriek Boston Beer Co. / Samuel Adams 7% ---
(0) Five Surly Brewing Co. 7.5% 14
(0) Le Terroir New Belgium Brewing Co. 7.5% ---
(0) Samuel Adams Stony Brook Red Boston Beer Co. / Samuel Adams 9% ---
(0) Vrienden Ale New Belgium Brewing Co. 8.5% 12.2
(0) Biere de Mars New Belgium Brewing Co. 6.2% 22
(0) Duck Duck Gooze The Lost Abbey 5.5% ---
Share this Page
BrewChief.com : Beer Styles : Wild Ale

BrewChief Icons

With all the great brews out there, BrewChief.com is an info-heavy website. So in order to keep things as de-cluttered as possible, we use icons in lieu of common links. Below is a list of all the icons we use and what they represent.

View Beer Review(s) View Picture
Edit Item Delete Item
Item has been Locked Content Rating