Seizoen Bretta

By: Logsdon Farmhouse Ales

Product Description: Logsdon Farmhouse Ales - Seizoen Bretta - 750 ml Bottle

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  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: Saison / Farmhouse Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 8.00% ABV
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This unfiltered bottle of seizoen, with it's beeswax seal, is naturally refermented and carbonated with select yeast strains, producing fruity and spicy flavors that are balanced by hops and soft malt character.

Special Brettanomyces yeast provides added dryness and crisp complexity to the Seizoen Bretta. Bottle conditioned with pear juice for a natural carbonation.

Gold Medal - Great American Beer Festival 2012 - American Brett Ale Category

8.0% ABV, 35 IBU

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