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Bubbly Creek by Marz Community Brewing Co.
Berliner Weissbier
2.80 % ABV

Bubbly Creek is the first brew in our South Side Sour line. The name is inspired by the once funk laden South Branch of the Chicago River which emanated from the Union Stock Yards. In The Jungle, Upton Sincliar describes Bubbly Creek: “The chemicals that are poured into it undergo all sorts of strange transformations, which are the cause of its name; it is constantly in motion, as if huge fish were feeding in it, or great leviathans disporting themselves in its depths. Our Version of the Bubbly Creek is a traditional German Style top-fermented wheat beer made with both traditional warm-fermenting yeasts and lactobacillus culture. Berliner Weiss beers have a rapidly vanishing head and a clear, pale golden straw-coloured appearance. The taste is refreshing, tart, sour and acidic, with a lemony-citric fruit sharpness and almost no hop bitterness. It is slightly tart and is intended to be a crushable, frequently imbibed concoction. 

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Review by rhoadsrage on 11/26/14  
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76 3 9 15 4 7 2014
The murky yellow body has a cobweb of snow white head. The soft clean slight tart aroma has some field corn notes to it. The mellow tartness has a cola quality to it with a gentle crisp corn note in the finish which is dry. There is a nice lemonade tartness that lingers for a moment.

This beer is a nice summer sipper and a great base beer waiting for more layers of flavor to really set it off.

Served In: Pint Glass

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