Wild ales encompass a wide array of light, medium, and dark beers. The term wild refers to the strains of useful bacteria and yeast that create prominent sour, tart, and funky flavors.
Sour beers are so unique from almost every other style. Kettle sours are delicate, tart, refreshing, and are enjoyed by beer snobs and non-craft beer drinkers alike. From funky bretts to goses to berliner weisses, learn about the major differences between wild ales and kettle sours, as well as what they have in common.