Sour and wild-fermented ales one of the fastest-growing style of craft beer and Half Hours on Earth, the two-person, Ontario-based brewery, recently expanded its portfolio with the addition of the super sweet Happy Cake Dessert Sour.
The Happy Cake Dessert Sour is a dark, sour ale brewed with strawberries, brown sugar, cocoa nibs, marshmallows, rose petals, milk sugar, and Madagascar vanilla resulting in a unique and unprecedented palate experience. The unusual ingredients create a complex flavor profile with hints of tart berries, milk chocolate, and candy -- perfect for fans of craft beer looking for a new sour yet sweet beer.
Happy Cake is available in 355 ml cans at the Half Hours on Earth brewery store and online shop.
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The Happy Cake Dessert Sour is Brewed with Strawberries and Marshmallows
1. Sour and Wild-fermented Ales - Opportunity to create unique and innovative flavor profiles by incorporating unusual ingredients into sour and wild-fermented ales.
2. Craft Beer Expansion - Growing demand for craft beer opens up opportunities for breweries to introduce new and unconventional beer styles, such as dessert-themed sour beers.
3. Unique Palate Experiences - Meeting the demand of craft beer enthusiasts by offering complex flavor combinations and unusual ingredient choices for a unique drinking experience.
1. Craft Beer - Craft breweries can explore the dessert-themed sour beer trend and experiment with creative ingredient combinations to cater to niche markets.
2. Food and Beverage - Companies in the food and beverage industry can collaborate with breweries to develop new dessert-inspired flavors and products, tapping into the popularity of unique taste experiences.
3. Online Retail - Online retailers can seize the opportunity to sell craft beers, including dessert-themed sour beers, to a wider audience, leveraging the convenience of e-commerce platforms.