Dark Saison Style BA in Oak BarrelsFarmhouse Noir is our version of the darker side of the Saison style. Fermented entirely in oak Farmhouse Noir delicately balances light, chocolate notes and barnyard funk with a tight vinous acidity. The use of flaked oats lends a silky mouthfeel, just as its deep chestnut hue belies a dry and refreshing finish
This dark strong ale was fermented with a blend of Belgian and Norwegian yeasts, along with our house mixed culture, while aging in our French Oak Foudre. Then spent 2 months conditioning on Blackberries and Raspberries
The name for this beer is a reference to the unique and delicious Vin Jaune wines of the Jura region in France. It started life as Belgian-style tripel, and after two years of maturation in dry sherry barriques it emerged as a light amber colored beer with strong oxidative notes of almond, hazelnut, and oak.
The first edition in our Lineage series of farmhouse ales features local wheat from Valley Malt in Hadley, Massachusetts. Bright, clear, and straw-yellow in appearance, Lineage Wheat invites with a complex nose of grassy funk, crisp citrus rind, pepper, and floral white wine. Starting mildy tart, yet not sour, this approachable saison follows through with...
Our series of New-England saisons continues with Lineage Rye, a wild ale featuring Valley Malt Danko Rye. This Polish origin, locally grown and malted rye provides a subtle and balancing malt backbone to compliment the complex characteristics derived from aging in oak barrels, fermentation with our native New England mixed culture and well aged hops
Our version of a rustic belgian farmhouse-style ale, brewed with Pilsner & Oats, fermented with a classic Wallonian Yeast, and aged for 6 months in french oak puncheons. A soft mouth feel of wheat and rye gives way to a long, dry and tart finish
Version 12. Blend of the best barrels (between 1.5 and 4 YO), usually twice a year. Still partly fermented with project X: microbe strains collected from a wasp's gut. Complex and balanced. Round yet almost no residual sugars
Les Saisons (The Seasons) is a series of barrel-aged rustic style ales that are fermented with Brettanomyces and Saison yeast, then dry-hopped to give aromas of the season. Our Spring 2016 release uses East Kent Goldings and Hallertau Blanc hops to bring a fresh floral note. The combination of the barrels and yeast provide an earthy wine character and a...
Perennial Glitter And Gold 6,5% Perennial Artisan Ales / St. Louis, Missouri, USAA Midwest bière de miel brewed with Missouri honey, a good grip of spelt, and flaked oats. Soft and billowy, yet intensely floral.