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Beer lovers who don’t want to mess around with making a sour beer like me should probably check out Sour Beer Float instead. These sour beers are simple to make, and you’re going to like them.

How to make a sour beer? What are you going to use for the sour syrup? And what kind of beer can you make with it? I’m not gonna answer these questions for you, because I’m lazy like that, but I’m telling you how to make it. What you’re going to need: 1. Sour syrup 2. Sour beer 3. Beer cans & a cup or two of ice (optional)

Here’s what you’re going to do:1. To make the sour beer, combine the ingredients you’re going to use in a huge pot or a food processor and mix until homogenous. Like: small wooden spoon, kitchen soda siphon, mason jar with a fitted lid. For this beer, you need to grind the dry yeast in the base so that it’s aerated and has a porosity like a sponge.

2. Line two beer cans with a canning paper, then fill the cans up with the sour mix from step one.

Now, here’s where it gets tricky: you have to use a siphon to get the sweet beer out of the other can that contains it. In theory, the sweet beer will absorb the sour syrup into the base, but you want to take it from the outside, so you have to open the can (if it’s got a lid), and siphon the beer out from that can.

3. You can now add the water to the base of the remaining can and add the sweet beer, breaking the remaining parts of the can into the base, but pay attention to the aeration. Rinse the can and screw on the lid.

4. Once you’ve poured out the sweet beer, you’re going to use a funnel to pour the sour syrup from the can, if you can’t get the funnel in there, you should. Mix the

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