Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: flipper2gv on 04-24-2011
E is definitely not a Belgian IPA - it's a funky version of Edward (american pale ale) - fermented with brettanomyces, dry hopped with galaxy, and aged on stainless for four months. Basically, we refer to it as a farmhouse pale ale - a cross between a saison and an american pale.
2012 Release: Aged in Mimosa barrels.
2014 Release: Aged in wine barrels with resident yeast and microfloa for 1.5 years.
A- pale orange hue with solid lacing S- brett-sour, funk and citrus, apricot with some oak notes. T- dry, oak, apricot and funky finish. M- moderate carbonation and body O- a refined balanced Brett and pale ale blend; delicious.