Bottle Conditioned Brett Saison
A special edition of our classic Farmhouse Saison, this version is aged in Brett barrels for 4-6 months. Because we're such a micro operation, each batch of Farmageddon varies slightly, reflecting the small blends we do, never combining more than 8-10 barrels. In some barrels we use more Brett Brux, in others Brett Lambicus. If this all sounds confusing, fear not — all you need to know is that the refined, effervescent beer that hibernates in these bottles is a dynamic labour of love, changing and improving with time.
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What it smells like, what it tastes like
Our Farmhouse Classic creates a great foundation for this beer, but the barrel-aging adds aromatics of wild yeast, earth, and wood, with subtle tart flavours. Lots of perceivable Brett characteristics, like soft fruity esters, notes of leather and spice.
How it fits into our beer line up
The [barrel-aged] blond with brains.
Things it pairs well with
BBQ, that pepper-crusted bacon I just bought from Loblaws, whatever you’re eating right now.
You might like it if you like
Refined things with crazy names, long-weekends.
The Dorky Details
How long this stuff takes to make
Pilsner, Pale, Wheat, Flaked Wheat
Bravo, Styrian Goldings
Saison (originally), Brettanomyces, Champagne (secondary fermentation)