Tag Archives: Claremonter Weisse

Claremonter Weisse 2020

As summer and summer temperatures drag on here in southern California, I’m spending my brewing energy on light, flavorful, and refreshing beers. This often means lagers, but sometimes it’s nice to play on the sour side of the street. A … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Claremonter Weisse (Me vs. BJCP)

My first medal in homebrew competition was for a Berliner Weisse–how does it fare in my own tasting? Continue reading

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Claremonter Weisse Bottled

After about a month in the primary fermenter, I finally got around to bottling my Berliner…err, Claremonter…Weisse. The beer has a pale straw color and a definitively tart flavor, with just a touch of grainy malt alongside that. The final … Continue reading

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Claremonter Weisse

Wort in the kettle, after souring and just before the boil Sour beers don’t do much for me; like most brewing fads, the majority of examples I have tasted are too over the top to be enjoyable for more than … Continue reading

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