#076 Shonichi [Premier jour]

33.0cl 6.6% Saison (Farmhouse Ale) 01/2025

CHF 4.50 4.5 CHF CHF 4.50

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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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Shonichi, a craft beer that is carefully crafted to deliver a unique and unforgettable taste experience. This beer is made with the finest ingredients, including Cashmere hops, which add a subtle floral and citrus aroma, and a balanced bitterness that pairs perfectly with the other flavors.

Brewed with coriander, honey, and a blend of orange and lemon zest, Shonichi has a refreshing and bright flavor profile. The addition of gentian root and juniper berries gives it a slightly bitter, earthy taste, which is beautifully balanced by the sweetness of the honey.

What makes Shonichi truly exceptional is the fermentation process. It's brewed with both Lallamand Belle Saison and Voss Kveik yeast, resulting in a complex and intriguing blend of fruity and spicy notes.

With its medium body and smooth mouthfeel, Shonichi is perfect for sipping on a lazy afternoon, or pairing with your favorite meal. Whether you're a seasoned beer connoisseur or just looking for something new to try, Shonichi is sure to delight your taste buds and leave you wanting more. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind brew!

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water BARLEY malt hops YEAST WHEAT malt coriander honey orange zest candi sugar lemon zest gentian root juniper berries
HOPS: Cashmere
YEAST: Voss kveik Belle Saison


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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