Blank Slate Ryesing Up

Brewed by Blank Slate

Saison8.0% ABV27 IBU

RateBeer Score    81 Overall  

Ahh Saison. This Belgian Farmhouse style of ale is a crisp, spicy, refreshing beer and one of our personal favorites anytime of the year. The Blank Slate version takes the Saison style and twists it up a bit. The addition of Rye Malt accentuates the peppery phenols that this special yeast is known to produce as well as adding a little bit of body to the finished beer. On top of that we add two different kinds of peppercorns at two different stages of the brewing process to really take things to the next level. The Belgians don't really believe in beer styles so hopefully they won't be mad at this "corruption" of one of their classics.


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