Founded in 2015, Blood Brothers Brewing is a most welcome addition to the Toronto craft beer community. The small local brewery is owned by a two brother team, who along with their intrepid colleagues concoct bold and unique beers.
Bold, sweet, and tart, Blood Brother's Paradise Lost: Guava is a fascinating sour ale quite unlike any other. The Addition of guava to an otherwise citrus driven flavour profile grants this edition of Blood Brother's Paradise Lost line of ales a life of its own.
Colour: Deep Gold
Style: Sour Ale
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I love trying out new breweries and ordered the paradise lost and it is a Hazy gold with a thin ring of white head. Nose - guava and a nice sharp sour note. Taste- tart, sour, juicy guava and other tropical notes. The finish is puckering. Liked this a lot. Will def order more.
Hazy pale but dull. Thin head. Massive fruit nose, beautiful guava on the palate with full body, balanced tartness. Fantastic.
Pours a clear gold with a thin white head. Bright guava and tropical fruit, passion fruit, musk. Medium bodied, tangy with light acidity, tart and bright. Acid lingers, fruit. Tangy and funky. Loved it,
It had a very pleasant aroma with lots of fruity and tarty guava notes with hints of lime. Appears a hazy gold with a slight ring of white head. It was very unlike the other ales I had, but I enjoyed it. Happy with the service.
This was a brilliant gift I got from my brother. The carbonation was low, and the mouthfeel was a bit watery. One might find the finish a bit sour. The hint of tropical fruit is strong throughout, with some light notes of wheat and minerals in the end. Really nice stuff. Recommended.