Pappy Legba from Trinity Brewing

Pappy Legba

By: Trinity Brewing

Product Description: Trinity Brewing - Pappy Legba - 375 ml Bottle

  • Size: 375 ml Bottle
  • Type: Saison / Farmhouse Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 13.00% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

As 'Pappy Legba' is the guardian to the crossroads, this special Belgian beer releases the first Friday of each New Year. Brewed with just a touch of flaked maize for a seductive and creamy texture, while the notable crimson red color screams fruit. Post fermentation this special Belgian is aged on a grip of pie cherries, lending it more of a Kriek profile rather than Saison.

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