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Style: Grissette style ale aged in wine barrels and refermented on raspberries.
Description: A close relative to the farmhouse ales of Wallonia, Grisettes were brewed to provide sustenance and brightened morale to the industrial workers and miners of the region. Named for the controversial form of currency used in mining towns, Scrip was primarily fermented with Saison yeast and Brettanomyces. In was then aged in oak wine barrels for 9 months, maturing and gaining complexity before refermentation on second use raspberries.
Brewer’s Tasting Notes:
- Appearance: Golden pink with flashes of orange.
- Aroma: Bright oak and funk, with delicate underripe raspberry notes.
- Palate: Funk, oak, and a restrained acidity balance flavors of raspberry and strawberry.
Bottle Size: 500 mL / 16.9 oz.
|Dimensions||3 × 3 × 10 in|