There are several different ways to make sour beers, aka beers where wild yeast strains or bacteria are intentionally introduced to produce a distinctly tart drink. Indeed Brewing Company’s Wooden Soul series is an example of doing it the time-intensive way. Wooden Soul refers to the use of a wooden barrel as the key tool, along with water, barley, hops, and yeast. Indeed ages these beers for months—sometimes years—in barrels that breathe new flavors into each batch. It’s easy to take that hard work for granted when hoisting a tulip or TeKu glass, but the practice truly puts the “craft” in craft beer. This week, Indeed will take over a variety of establishments to highlight their wild and sour series. Stops include St. Genevieve, Sea Salt Eatery, Pig Ate My Pizza, and France 44, demonstrating how Wooden Soul beers aren’t just innovative and complex, they’re also pretty versatile. Find the complete list of events, times, and more at Indeed Brewing’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/IndeedBrewing.