St. Amandus was a monk who was famous for his hospitality: working in France and Belgium around 600 AD, he became the patron saint of brewers, bartenders, and innkeepers. With hints of banana, pear, and cloves, this beer is our toast to a great man in a great region.
The Saison was first brewed for thirsty farmhands who toiled in the French countrysude. Pale and crisp, with a subtle spicy undertone - we hop ours with Melin & Blanc for layers of honeydew, peaches, and mango. Here's to unlikely heroes in unexpected places (and a,really great book about a mouse that mattered.) Brilliantly refreshing!
Solomon had a thing for pomegranates. So do we. As a style, Biere de Garde originates in Northern France, a rustic farmhouse ale for thirsty workers during Fall harvest. We brew ours with Texas malt, French hops, and a bold infusion of fresh pomegranate juice for a rich, passionate romp in the hay. Just like Solomon's Song.
You’re going to love this beer (whether you like it or not!). Loaded with Centennial, Simcoe, and Citra hops, this beer simply oozes grapefruit and citrus, with a touch of pine and nice graininess. Bet you can't drink just one!
Noël is French for “Christmas,” or literally, “the day of birth.” So this is our birthday gift to you – an elegant French Saison that pours slightly hazy with a frothy, creamy foam. A light graininess dances with intense yeast character to produce a beer that is clean and transient. Merry Christmas!