For some time now, White Rabbit has been quietly knocking out some of Australia’s best sour beers at its barrel hall in Geelong. This is its riff on a Flanders Red; a sour fruity reddish brown Belgian beer style often compared to red wine. Slow souring via barrel fermentation has resulted in a complex yet refreshing ale offering biscuity malt and and tart cherry notes, supported by some earthy and savoury characters. A great introduction to the arena of traditional sour beers, albeit a little dialled back from the more intense, multi-layered and exciting Flanders Reds. The acid structure of these beers make them sensational with food. Try your White Rabbit Sour Red with some grilled seafood or barbecued pork sausages.