After the fateful serpent bite which killed his wife, Eurydice, Orpheus spent years wandering the earth in mourning. His sad songs eventually moved a stone and opened the entrance to the underworld, where he journeyed down to Hades in search of her. In his wandering, visions of Eurydice danced around in his head, both his curse and his solace.
The acidity and fruit in Wandering Blues make it a wonderful pairing for the ripest cheeses, fatty meats, and brunch on a patio.
Sour Ale/ 6%
Grain: Two row barley, white wheat, flaked wheat
Fermentation: House Lactobacillus Mother, Saison yeast
Other: Blueberries, cold pressed by Arden’s Garden for us