The current "Not Your Sweetie" sour beer is coming with mulberries. The white version (morus alba) is originated from China, the black (morus nigra) is from Iran. The trees are used to grow for feeding silkworms with it's leaves, and the soury but high sugar (also mineral-, vitamin- and antioxidant) content berries were always good base for jam, palinka and berry-wine - and in our case for a berliner weisse.
A big amount of 5.6 kg's from our childhood's favourite roadside fruit, hand-picked went into a 22 litre batch Hornindal Kveik soured beer to make a deep red coloured, tart, fruity-juicy but dry, refreshing summer drink which tastes similar to a mix of redcurrants and blackberries even with some red wine character.
malt: pilsner, wheat, oat flakes, chit malt, carapils
other: fresh morus alba, morus nigra frozen, half pureed, half juiced
fruit rate: 255g/l Show Less