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 our is take on a traditional Bieré de Garde Ambrée, historically brewed in farmhouses of northern France. This is a malt forward farmhouse ale that uses a large variety of specialty Belgian malts, continental hops and fermented with our house yeast at cooler temperatures. Malt forward but still dry this is a perfect beer for cool autumn weather alongside roasted castanyes and panellets."
"A blend of 28% mixed fermentation saison (6 months), 28% mixed fermentation saison (18 months), 22% sour saison, 22% mixed fermentation saison (6 months in oak)."
Cuvée Saison (Blend of Saison, Brett Saison, Sour Saison) with organic strawberries from Maresme
"Keep on moving 2020 is 5,5% alc made with 100% organic Belgian pilsner malt and fermented with lees from our 2019 wines, Moscatell and Trepat. We did a no boil berliner weisse style base as with Xino Xano and with the lees fermented warm till primary fermentation was complete and conditioned in stainless steel a further 2 months before priming with our house yeast and organic sugar for refermentation in bottle and kegs. Balanced acidity and subtle notes of wine make this a beautiful and refreshing beverage to drink alone or pair with food."
"Volta is an homage the classic cycling race, Volta Catalunya, where this year was set to be the 100th edition. Brewed with organic Pilsner malt, malted and flaked wheat then infused with organic lemon juice, zest and organic Ceylon black tea. Conditioned in bottle. Tart and refreshing with floral tea notes."
"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."