Rodenbach Classic is a Flanders Red Ale consisting of 75% young ale and 25% ale aged 2 years. Surprising nutty malts with some cherry, strawberry, green apple, and vinegar. Everything kicks up a notch as it warms, but overall the more sour notes are very mild. This seems really tame, but I might have done myself a disservice by having the “bolder” Rodenbach sours first. All in all this is a very good beer that captures the essence of a sour ale, yet it is still really easy to drink. I guess that is why this comes in six packs. I feel this is a good introduction into the world of sours, and is a six pack that will be making it into my fridge pretty often.