The Lovebirds Paired With Black Raven Brewing’s Corvus Kriekus American Cherry Sour Ale

The Lovebirds is a 2020 romantic comedy directed by Michael Showalter.  The movie stars Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani along with Paul Sparks, Anna Camp, and Kyle Bornheimer.  The film follows Rae and Nanjiani’s character from their time falling in love to several years later when their relationship is withering but is oddly rekindled when they witness a murder and must go on the run.  The film is a particularly good one, but not great and not awful.  The chemistry between Rae and Nanjiani is slow to be shown.  Once they show that spark, their performances make the film better, especially when their characters argue.  The film was to have a theatrical release but due to Covid it ended up being release on Netlix.

The Beer Lover’s Guide To The Movies pairs Black Raven Brewing’s Corvus Kriekus American Cherry Sour.  This is a sour ale brewed with cherries and an ABV of 9.3%.  It achieves a balance of sour and earthiness, with highlights of cherry, and subtle notes of chocolate, dried fruit, and hay.  It has nice bready malts and is well balanced.  I picked this ale to go with this film because it is well balanced, a combination of sour and earthy. It has good chemistry.

The Beer Lover’s Guide To The Movies pairs Black Raven Brewing’s Corvus Kriekus American Cherry Sour.  This is an old work inspired sour ale brewed with cherries ABV for 9.3%.  It achieves a balance of sour and earthy, with highlight of cherry, and subtle notes of chocolate, dried fruit, and hay.  It has nice bready malts and is well balanced.  I picked this ale to go with this film because it is well balanced, a combination of sour and earthy. It is good chemistry.

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