Americans cheer for sour German beers

08/28/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

German beer varieties such as goses and Berliner weisses are becoming more popular Stateside as U.S. drinkers seek out low-alcohol brews with intense flavors such as passion fruit or coriander. "People expect, in Germany, that beer can taste bitter, sweet, malty, whatever -- but not sour," said Sebastian Sauer of beer brand Freigeist Bierkultur. "But in the U.S., people are really interested in that kind of beer, so we now have a chance to revive those beers from a past German age and give people a chance to drink it."

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