#041 Saison 8/12

33.0cl 6.0% Saison (Farmhouse Ale) 12/2023

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Style: Pale Ale
Color: Cuivrée
Brewery: MUGI[dot]Beer
Country: Switzerland
Format: Bottle
Taste: Sweet sour
Fermentation: Mixed

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Introducing Saison 8/12, the perfect choice for beer enthusiasts who enjoy a more complex and flavorful brew. This craft beer is a blend of two different saisons, with the number in the name representing the proportions of each. In this case, the blend has a higher proportion of the old saison, which was aged in oak chips for 6 months and infused with a bouquet of lavender, giving it a more pronounced floral note.

Saison 8/12 also features a mix of specialty malts such as Special B, peated, wheat, Vienna, and Munich malt, and is hopped with Nelson Sauvin for a distinct aroma and taste. Fermented with BE-134 yeast, this Belgian-style saison has a 6.2% ABV and a fuller body, making it a great choice for savoring on its own or pairing with a meal.

Whether you're a seasoned beer enthusiast or just looking for something new to try, Saison 8/12 is sure to impress with its complex blend of flavors and aromas. So, why not give it a try and see why it's quickly becoming a favorite among beer lovers.

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water BARLEY malt hops YEAST WHEAT malt sugar lavender
HOPS: Nelson Sauvin


No, I'm not a brewer.
No, I don't brew.
No, I can't follow a recipe.

And here I am with a hobby that takes more and more time and scope:
Here each beer is unique, brewed only once, some will be prototypes others will be moves of changes, and surely there will also be dissatisfactions. Ideally I only brew what I can not buy, with over the seasons KM0 ingredients, or on whims or according to my mood. And surely there will be room for unclassifiable beers but also for more "classic" things.

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