A sophisticated sour just for you.
The Berliner Messe Agnus Dei 2018 is a spontaneously fermented pale wheat ale aged in neutral oak from Pennsylvania. For this beer, a mixture of raw wheat, pilsner malt, 2010 crystal hops, 2012 summer hops, 2018 New York late harvest vidal blanc juice, and New Jersey Wildflower honey were used. The Berliner Messe Agnus Dei is done in a Berliner Weisse style and is a sour beer that is tart and vinous, perfect for wine lovers looking to give beer a shot.
- The Referend was founded by James and Melissa Priest in New Jersey, and specializes in producing spontaneously fermented wild ales.
- They recently moved from New Jersey to a former dairy farm located in Pennsylvania, and are still crafting wild ales meant to showcase the terroir of the area.
- Berliner Weisse earned the nickname, “Champagne of the North,” from Napoleon’s troops.