List of products by brand Cyclic Beer Farm
Made for the Brewdog Collab fest 2019. Kombucha Sour Saison. Kombuch was made with organic green tea from Rwanda.
"This is the first of our Cuvée series. It is a blend of Saison, barrel aged Brett Saison and sour Saison. The idea behind this beer is that we wanted to find a balance between the extremes of bitterness and acidity to create a beer that's complex yet easy to drink alone as well as a beer that can pair well with many styles of food. "
"Grisette is the little cousin to our Saison. It is brewed to drink fresh but will age nicely with our mixed house yeast/brett culture. Low alcohol, dry, refreshing, light bodied beer with notes of citrus and tropical fruit balanced with earthy continental hop character and moderate bitterness. A refreshing session beer to quench your thirst on those sunny Mediterranean days. Salud"
"Inspired by Agua de jamaica a typical sweet and acidic Mexican beverage. 100% organic belgian pilsner malt no-boil Berliner style brew with 2,75 kg hibiscus added to the kettle at 93º for 30 minutes before knockout. Co-fermented with L. plantarum and our house yeast culture. We used orange zest/juice from our family farm and dry hopped with a small amount of palisade hops. Just before packaging a final addition of hibiscus was added for an extra layer of flavour."
"Saison is our no nonsense Belgian style farmhouse beer. Aroma and flavor is driven by our house mixed yeast/brett culture that give notes of citrus fruit and light spice. A generous use of continental hops and 100% Belgian Pilsen malt balance out the yeast character to create a dry, refreshing and easy to drink beer!"
Mix fermentation saison.
"This is a special seasonal spring release: a Belgian style Witbier with organic oranges from the Ale-Hop farm. Brewed with a modified turbid mash and fermented with our house culture. Ingredients include: 60% organic Belgian pilsner malt, 20% Belgian wheat, 20% Spanish flaked wheat, German Perle hops, Indian coriander seeds, zest and orange juice from bitter oranges. More tart and fruity than your average Witbier, it’s refreshing and perfect for springtime."