Think of everything you know about beer: the bitter punch of a Northwest IPA, the light flavor of an American lager, the richness of a dry Irish-style stout. Now pour it down the drain. With roots in Belgium and France, wild beers turn all expectations on their heads. There might be tartness or astringency you'd expect from gin, or even vinegar.

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