Belgian-Style Saison Ale
Golden in color with a fresh hoppiness and a wild and rustic Brettanomyces character, this saison of Spring is perfect for warmer weather and Easter celebrations.
Our Spring Saison will evolve over time; chelan and hoppy when fresh, and drier with earthy, wild notes when aged up to two years. Best stored and cellared about 55 degrees F in a dark place. Ideal serving temperature is 50 degrees F. Please pour carefully, leaving the yeast sediment behind in the bottle. Best served in a tulip or wine glass.
Malt Beverage made with cherry puree
The label doesn't have much other information, but here's what we were able to dig up from TheBeerSpot.com:
- It uses on fresh Michigan tart cherries
- These cherries are added in five different additions to get balanced tartness
- It will be 6.5% abv
- Cerise will be available April through August
- Packaging will be 4-packs of 12oz bottles and it will retail for about $9.99
Bottle Conditioned, Unfiltered
Belgian style ale brewed with spices
Now if this beer is anything like the other two that we've seen bottled by Saint Somewhere, Lectio Divina and Saison Athene, then this is one to be found and enjoyed. Saint Somewhere is a great small-batch Belgian Style brewery!
To our brewers the "Side Project" series of beers signifies an opportunity to experiment with new ingredients and unique styles while utilizing their creativity. To our fans it represents a chance to sample an exclusive beer crafted just for them. Each "Side Project" volume is a limited edition, one-time batch featuring a new... BREWING IMPROVISATION.
This new age beer style is a fusion of two great brewing traditions that are worlds apart - a hoppy American Double IPA and a classic Belgian Tripel. We hope you enjoy Terrapin's version of a Belgian IPA.
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