Evil Twin Brewing Ryan & The Beaster Bunny 355ml x 24

ประเทศ (Country) Denmark
ประเภท (Beer Type) Ale
ขนาดบรรจุ (bottle size) 355 ml
แอลกอฮอล์ (Alcohol) 7%
In Denmark we have a lovely tradition for seasonal beer, and what you have here is certainly no exception. This is a never before seen collaboration between Ryan and the Beaster Bunny. A fluffy and precious Saison originally conceived of on the beautiful island of Fanø on the west coast of Denmark. It may sound like a true fairy tale, but don’t be fooled by it’s cute appearance.

Style: Farmhouse Style Ale.  Traditionally, these are seasonal brews (that’s where we get saison, meaning season in French) that were given to farmhands to quench their unending thirst.  Because they were given to farmers and workers on the farm, they were often lower in ABV content.  The beer needed to be light and refreshing, but also satisfying.  What is great about the Farmhouse Ales is that the farmers used local ingredients from the farm or nearby to make their brews, so this created an enormous amount of variety, having no Farmhouse Ale the same.  You’ll often taste spicy notes, herby notes, and even some “funkiness” to these Farmhouse Style Ales.  

Color and appearance:  Ryan and the Beaster Bunny pours out light to medium golden.  In terms of head, it’s not too frothy and actually settles pretty quickly.

Smell:  You get hints of ginger, a fresh/clean/grassy smell, and citrusy notes…specifically, lots of lemon zest.  

Taste:  Hops, alcohol, and bitterness hit at first, but that quickly settles down to an herby and floral end.  You definitely get the higher ABV in the drink, but it’s not overpowering at all.  

IBUs: 20

ABV: 7%

Pairing:  The high ABV might make this less sessionable for some, but we could drink this whenever we’d like, even without food.  If you’re pairing it with food, we’d suggest a nice burger, some ribs, pork belly, or really anything that has some substance and fatty content.  The play on the fresh, clean taste of the beer with the heavier food play nicely off of each other.  Or, pair it with some nice and spicy thai, or even some meat and cheese plates.  

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