Stone's Throw Fr. Marquette Biere de Garde

Brewed by Stone's Throw Brewing

Bière de Garde7.0% ABV20 IBU

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When Father Jacques Marquette left his childhood home in Northern France, he had no idea he’d be the first Frenchman to visit a place now called Arkansas. He also had no idea that centuries later a tiny brewery in said place would name a beer in his honor. We hope he appreciates (from the afterlife of course, he’s been dead since 1675) our interpretation of the style his home region is famous for. Similar to a saison but more malt forward, broaden your horizons with this spicy and effervescent brew. Limited Release. OG 1065, IBU 20, ABV 7%

Food Pairing: Food Pairings: Indian & Middle Eastern Cuisines; Asiago, Colby, Parmesan, Brick, Edam, Feta; Salad, Steak, Roast Pork, Beef Stew, Fish, Shellfish; Simple Desserts

Hops: Saaz, Warrior

Grains/Adjuncts: Maris Otter, Victory, CaraVienne, CaraPils

Yeast: Trappist Ale


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