Songe d’une Prairie Sauvage is described as follows:
It is a turbid mashed lager, fermented in Spanish red wine barrels then conditioned with Brettanomyces for 8 months. This process results in floral, honey character, with over ripe fruit and light Brettanomyces notes. It picks up subtle wine fruitiness and tannin from the barrels and finishes with a delicate tart acidity.
Songe d’une Prairie Sauvage will be available on tap at Biera starting Friday November 20th, and is featured in this week’s edition of the food and beer pairing Biera Box, which can be pre-ordered now for delivery on November 20th or 21st.
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