New Belgium Brewing’s Sour Beer Tasting Event Coming to Cleveland in February

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From 8 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6, at Rustbelt Reclamation, New Belgium Brewing hosts “Lost in the Woods,” a sour beer "soiree" that celebrates the brewery's passion for sour beers and highlights its expanded wood cellar. The event will feature the 2016 Transatlantique Kriek, a wood-aged sour cherry ale brewed in collaboration with Belgium’s Oud Beersel brewery.

The event will also feature New Belgium’s 2016 La Folie, the award-winning sour brown that launched New Belgium’s wood beer program back in 1997. That beer received a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival when it was first released. The locally based butcher shop Saucisson will provide the food. Musicians David Wong and Mistar Anderson will provide the tunes. The event costs $35, with a portion of ticket proceeds going to Minds Matter Cleveland. To purchase tickets, go to LostintheWoodsCLE.eventbrite.com.


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