Upright Brewing Company / Corralitos Brewing "Saison Ouvrir" Biere de Garde, Oregon (750ml)

SKU #1327234

"Saison Ouvrir is the second release of our Frequencies Series of one-off bottle releases. The beer is a collaboration with Luke Taylor of Corralitos Brewing. We met in 2015 when the Craft Brewers Conference was held in Portland and decided to keep in touch after sharing our interests in open fermentation. In late 2016, we visited each other to produce the Saison Ouvrir at both breweries. The base was modeled after a biere de garde but using a true heirloom hop variety resurrected and grown by Luke himself, although in keeping with the spirit of farmhouse style beers they were finished with unique processes. In the version made here at Upright, the base beer was aged in casks inoculated with a souring mixed culture. The beer shows a complex woody and citrus accented hop profile that intertwines with the bold acidity and oak notes." (Producer Notes)

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Alcohol Content (%): 6.6