A tart amber beer inspired by the rustic farmhouse ales of French Flanders, particularly those brewed by Brasserie Thiriez in Esquelbecq — one of our favorite breweries in the world. Naturally occurring wild yeasts from the Texas Hill Country impart a sense of place to this unfiltered, unpasteurized, 100% bottle conditioned beer.
Packages : 750ml bottles
Category : Stainless Steel Fermented
ABV : % FG : IBU : 25
Water : Hill Country Well Water
Grains : Vienna Malt, Munich Malt, Pilsner Malt
Hops : Perle
Fermentation : Farmhouse Yeast, Native Yeast and Souring Bacteria from the Texas Hill Country
Last Release : Batch 3, bottled 7/6/2015 & 7/7/2015
Contains no animal products
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