Style: Berliner Weisse

ABV: 4.8

Aroma: 11
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 17
Mouthfeel: 4

Parish Brewing Company SIPS: Pinot Noir Black Currant

Find this brewery:

What the brewers say

“Overflowing with rich dark pinot noir–wine grapes. Bright fruit tones overlap with complex and succulent black currant atop a sweet-sour base that brightens both fruits. Intense and flavorful, this juicy sour has depth and will bring out your inner sommelier.”

What our panel thought

“The fruit forms a partnership, with currants dominating the aroma and appearance and grape taking the lead in flavor. The flavor is all sweetness all the time, leaning toward the cloying end of the spectrum, but with just about enough dryness in the finish to save from unpleasantness. Thick mouthfeel, cloudy look.”

What our editors thought

“Light vinous nose that’s bits merlot and Concord grape. Sweeter in the sip with soft carb that heightens the fruit-juice sweetness and a bit of chalky candy tartness as it wraps. Sweetness pushes through the midtones rather than the higher notes, for a fuller spectrum.”



The best new craft beers available in a beer store near you. Sponsored content.