Belgian Flanders Red Ale is fermented with organisms which produce a sour character. You will also find notes of plum, prune, raisin, and raspberry as the most common flavors, followed by light citrus and spice notes. There is no hop bitterness, but tannins from the oak barrels used for fermentation are common. Flanders Red Ales are often described as the most wine-like of all beers. Our interpretation of this style fermented in red wine barrels for six months. The acidic character is present, but not overwhelming. This is a well balanced beer with lots of character; refreshing and flavorful with a lovely vinous quality.