Bière de Garde
"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."
"Our version of the bière de garde, traditional style, with its 7 ABV that warm-up, its toasted flavors, is highly drinkable thanks to its dry finish. Handmade special malts, Alsatian hops. Ripened for long weeks in tanks."
"Amber Bière de Garde aged 13 months in a Cartagène barrel (vin de Liqueur du Languedoc). Fermented first with Saison and kveik yeast, some brettanomyces were pitched at bottling." Niet op voorraad
"Release number 11 from our small and lovely barrel room. A Mixed Fermentation Bière de Garde, co fermented with an expressive Franco-Belgian yeast strain and our house Brettanomyces blend. The malt bill in this beer is more complex than our average standard in wild beers. Showcasing a blend of Pilsner, rye, wheat and 4 special caramel malts. Hopped with our very best German Tettnanger and Hersbrucker hops. Fermented first in steel tanks and then rested for a year in second use Bourbon barrel that previously contained one of our lovely Baltic porters. Bottled in early fall 2020 and bottle conditioned since then to get a fine, and elegant medium carbonation."
"Barrel-aged Bière de Garde with Willow Bark. After an autumn forest walk through swirling leaves and drops of rain, nothing feels better than throwing off your shoes and nestling in front of the fireplace with a glass of Sintel. This barrel-aged bière de garde was brewed with toasted willow bark for soft notes of brown sugar and clove that gently complement its smooth caramel-like maltiness. It was aged on oak for 20 months, creating a hint of vanilla from the wood. We fermented it with Mud King, a blend of wild yeasts from all over the world that composed extraordinarily fruity aromas in this beer. Sintel has a tinge of sourness and a mild bitterness that reflects the tannins of the willow bark. Its silky finish makes for a truly memorable experience."