From the Bruery, in Placentia, California, comes Tart Of Darkness, an American Wild Ale with 5.6% ABV. This ale is brewed in oak barrels, with the brewery's souring bacteria and yeasts, to create a dark, roasted sour stout that sips nicely at 45-50�F. The head on this ale, which pours out dark brown with orange highlights, is tan and short, and leaves some lacing behind. Bruery Tart Of Darkness smells of light roasted malts and oak from the barrels, as the beer warms; an inviting aroma. Its taste opens with sour alcohol hints, subtle roasted malts. and, cherry, making this a very pleasant sipping beer. Malt vinegar notes carry the palate, leading to a bitter finish. Bruery Tart Of Darkness has perky carbonation, it's a sessionable American wild; try it in a flute, tulip, or oversized wine glass. This beer compliments peppery and pungent cheeses, or a green salad.