Did Your Sexual Chocolate go bad?

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  1. Mike says:

    Last year Cigar City had an issue with a number of bottles of their Bolita Brown getting an infection due to brett still being in the bottling lines. CCB offered refunds to anyone with a bottle and promised to make something super sour out of it.

    I decided to keep it and a few months later opened it and we really enjoyed it. It turned into a nice sour brown ale.

    Fast forward to a couple months ago and CCB released Sea Bass. It was the product of the bad bottles brought back and the use of St. Somewhere’s yeast strain. And that beer is amazing.

    So as you said sometimes mistakes can be enjoyable.

  1. November 23, 2010

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  2. March 26, 2011

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