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Raspberry Crush is a kettle sour beer that is purposely design to support the tartness and sweetness of the raspberries. It's tart like the fruit but also crisp and refreshing. Pour it into your favorite glass and take note of its pink-reddish hue that is crowned with a white rocky head.
As you ease into the beer your palate will be tickled by fruity sweetness that gives way to the tartness of the raspberry.
Tonya used multiple forms of raspberries to promote a depth of fruit flavor that plays off the sourness of the beer.
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