Let’s make this a bit more inclusive. It could be the vile kettle sours or a nice lambic.
I’ll get this started. This tripel has orange, peach and mango added. My in-laws have lake home in area and while I didn’t visit brewery this go round did pick up this 4 pack from super market. Dangerously drinkable at 9.5%
I had this today:
It was fairly drinkable. Nice to have a fruit beer that is not a sugary mess.
Bonza Goanna Refreshing with lots of raspberry and only rumblings of mango.
This sort of beer can be pleasant quaffers and there’s a place for them. On the other hand, the sooner we’re done with those lactose smoothy sours the better.
Mandarina gose (not in rb yet, Purtse Mandarina Gose is the name, also first rater on the yellow page!). Quite salty, okish.
I doubt any actual fruit touched this beer. Probably the last Bell’s I’ll ever buy. At least some pepper flavor and heat but the rest was a poor attempt at decent beer.
Grapes count, right? And raisins are still grapes.
So one strong ale with raisins and spices and Bourbon:
A 2016 bottle apparently. No real sign of tiredness. Good stuff.
and one lambic with second use grapes:
The least favourite of these Tilquin Meerts so far but the bar is high. The mixed box of 9 has been really impressive.
Of course grapes count. Hopefully someone posts an Italian Grape Ale still haven’t had an authentic one of those yet.
We should have made this into a competition like who can type and rate the most fruit varietals or make a bingo card with different fruits.
Had this pepto bismol looking beer at Imprint a few days back. It was a dragonfruit passionfruit schmoojee. It was OK.
The beer must taste good to be “ok” with that appearance.