Oak Aged Bretta from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales

Oak Aged Bretta

By: Logsdon Farmhouse Ales

Product Description: Yeast expert Dave Logsdon's Seizoen Bretta was already one of the highest regarded Farmhouse Ales in the world (Ranked #10 on Beer Advocate, Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival 2012, and rated 99 and 95 on Rate Beer and Beer Advocate respectively). Now, that same award winning recipe has been taken a step further, spending several months aging in oak barrels to develop a wood-aged character. Bottles are limited and usually available only once per year.

Beer Advocate
  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: Saison / Farmhouse Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 8.00% ABV
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