The Bruery's American Wild Ale, Sour In The Rye is a 7.8% ABV ale; it's brewed with a good bit of rye malt, cloves, and peppers, and fermented with particular micro-organisms to create a sour cherry current. The Bruery ages its Sour In The Rye in red wine barrels, drawing out some vanilla flavor. Sour In The Rye pours out a cloudy apricot hue and laces a pint glass nicely. The nose offers oak tones under dark fruits and some lemon citrus smells; the taste begins with tart lemon, opening up to sour cherry, vanilla, peach and oak tones. Sour In The Rye has a medium body with mild carbonation a creamy mouthfeel (which comes from the rye malts). The Bruery sells Sour In The Rye in bottles and on-tap; try pairing it with peppery or pungent cheeses. Best enjoyed in a flute, tulip, or oversized wine glass, Sour In The Rye drinks well at 45-50�F.