Easygoing “farmhouse pale ale” brings sunny yellow grapefruit tang to rustic oats-dried barnyard funk and herbal lemongrass pleasantry. White-wined mandarin orange seduction tingles lemon-soured grapefruit finish.
Rustic wine barrel-aged farmhouse ale fermented in oak foedres allows mild lemon lime acidity, vinous green grape tannins and wispy herbal salting to enhance tartly citric saison yeast of dry white wine alternative.
On tap at Ambulance, lemony blueberry bite receives mildly soured buckwheat-honeyed barnyard rusticity and sweetly tart banana quirk for nifty Belgian-styled strong blonde posing as a dry farmhouse ale.
On tap at Ambulance, lightly soured lemondrop-hopped farmhouse ale sweetens its white-peppered herbage and dry barnyard musk with honeyed banana-clove pleasantries.
On tap at Bronx Alehouse, mildly dry farmhouse-styled grisette aged on French oak-barreled Sauvignon Blanc lets floral-herbed tart fruiting linger subtly above smooth mineral-grained white wheat malting (reminiscent of a light pilsner). Kaffir limed white wine souring gains delicate ‘Asian pear, gooseberry and lychee’ illusions at the phenol-spiced midst. Serve to saison, gose and Berliner Weiss fanatics.
On tap at Ambulance, dry-hopped light body brewed with floral-citric Earl Grey tea maintains subtle herbal lemon influence, wispy mandarin orange tease and botanical peppercorn whim above hay-dried straw acridity.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, voluptuous renegade saison buttresses stylish Hallertau Blanc-hopped Sauvignon grape, gooseberry and lemongrass tartness with tenacious clove sugaring and equally sweet cherry-wined cinnamon and nutmeg spicing. Pale wheat-malted barnyard leathering and light citrus spritz hold up the dry end alongside latent herbal nuances. The blend’s original, insistent and decisive.