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The brewers at the Black Project brewery in Denver can definitely be described as fruit experts: every day, the team processes huge quantities of different fruits for their juicy beer creations. With their strictly limited beer called Mallow, the boys and girls have now outdone themselves. Never before have such masses of fruit been packed into a beer.
This delightful sour ale was made with a truckload of blueberries and finished with a generous helping of Madagascar vanilla. As always, wild yeasts were responsible for the fermentation of the fruit bomb. At the end of the process there is a fine beer in shimmering copper gold with a fleeting crown and a scent that reminds you of oven-fresh cakes from grandma’s kitchen with notes of blueberries and vanilla.
Mallow is elegantly reserved in taste: the sour beer is not an explosion of crisp acidity, but a harmonious composition of soft blueberry notes, light malt and subtly balanced acidity. The vanilla brings the aromas together and gives the beer a noble touch. Mallow is an easy-to-drink brew that impresses with light-footedness, subtle fruit aromas and an exotic spiciness — perfect for sweetening the first warm days of the year and enjoying every hour of sunshine outside!
Water, barley malt, vanilla, blueberries, hops & yeast