Fuzzy Dance Explosion is Bodriggy’s newest sour and that name is precisely what the beer aims to do: get your tastebuds grooving through a mix of hazy, juicy acidity. The Abbotsford brewery has stuck fruit and plenty of other parts of the pantry into their sours but for this beer, the brewers have gone for a more straightforward approach to provide that tingle on the tongue.
Instead it’s the hops, Galaxy and Sabro, that drive that tropical flavour with the tart and juicy lines being delivered by the kettle souring and use of the Norwegian kveik yeast. Crack a can and we found big notes of sherbet and a Juicy Fruit gum upfront and a backing of mandarin, citrus and nectarine.
Published June 15, 2020 2020-06-15 00:00:00