Beachwood Blendery "Into the Great Unknown - Czech Saaz" Dry Hopped Lambic-Style Ale aged in Oak Barrels, California (750ml)

SKU #1290735

Beachwood Brewery uses traditional techniques, such as unmalted wheat, aged hops, a koelschip placed in the rafters, spontaneous fermentation, neutral French Oak wine barrels, and puncheons. Then they take the traditional ways and turn them on their head, such as with this unique creation. From the Brewery: "A third iteration of our dry hopped lambic-inspired series, this time with Czech Saaz hops. Zesty, spicy, earthy, and floral hop aromas come bursting out of this tart and delicious brew steming from the traditional noble hop. Full bodied, tantalizingly tart with a touch of bitter lemon peel, Into the Great Unknown (Czech Saaz Edition) is complex yet crisp and refreshing at the same time."

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Alcohol Content (%): 7