PONCHA SPRINGS, CO— . Acide is truckin’ for its third year in 6 packs of 12 oz. cans and on draft across Colorado and Wyoming while supplies last.
The French translation of sour, Acide, is the brewery’s trip into the increasingly popular style of kettle soured beers and has since spawned several fruit variants including Peach, Pineapple, and Pomegranate Acide. The use of Lactobacillus in this brew lends an approachable level of puckering sourness, pleasant acidity, and a tart refreshing finish on your tongue.
“This was the first beer we ever kettle soured,” explains co-founder Christian Koch. “We fell in love with the idea of a drinkable, low abv, dry hopped sour. It’s super sessionable and dry hopped exclusively with Amarillo hops which give it a nice orange/citrus flavor that really complements the tartness.”
Acide is 4% ABV with 10 IBU and pours straw colored with brilliant clarity and visuals. Lemony and floral aromas arise from a good dose of Amarillo hops and meld with a subtle graininess making Acide a hit with brewery staff and patrons alike.
For more information about Elevation Beer Co. and Acide, contact Emily Hutto at email@example.com.
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Proudly operating in the remote mountain town of Poncha Springs, Elevation Beer Co. is more than just a beer company— we are a family, a community, and a collective of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Dedicated to creating sustainable, meaningful careers in rural Colorado, we take the preservation of our home as seriously as we do the quality of our beer. Taste our flagship 8 Second Kolsch and a lineup of other usual suspects and seasonals at our tasting room, and in canned 6-packs and specialty bombers across Colorado and Wyoming. Go higher at elevationbeerco.com.