Southern Brewing Wild Azalea Saison

Brewed by The Southern Brewing Company

Saison6.0% ABV12 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

Traditional Belgian brewers rely on local yeast and bacteria for the flavors that make their beers so unique. Taking our cue from them, we harvested yeast from an Azalea bush on our brewery property and used it to brew our Wild Azalea series. At 6.5%, the Wild Azalea Saison is crisp, dry, fruity, and just a bit funky. With pronounced clove and orange notes, it pairs well with everything from barbecue and boiled peanuts to blue cheese and bacon.


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