Where's The Wallonia
ORANGE PEEL SAISON
The Yeast Bay’s Wallonian Farmhouse yeast strain really is the star here, imparting a mild funk which compliments this dry and refreshing saison. On the nose, a hint of orange, hay and a lingering funk. On the tongue expect an initial light bitterness to give way to a light & spritzy, almost lemon flavour and a long dry finish whilst still retaining that funky barnyard characteristic.
Can Size: 440ml
The Brew Sheet
Alcohol by Volume (a measure of booziness created by the yeast)
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