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In order to introduce some order into the chaotic nature of our brewery we place all of our beers in one of the following four lines:
God is Good
God is good is our line of beers that originate from wild fermentation. Wild, or spontaneous fermentation happens when our beer is fermented with a combination of non-cultivated yeasts, bacteria and wooden barrels. Sometimes we harvest these critters from the air around us, but there are also beautiful combinations available on grapes and already living in the barrels. The taste of the beers in this line goes from lightly sour to a more wine-like taste. Most beers have a champagne-like freshness and deep warm tones of fruit, horse blanket, or in more international terms “funky”.
The Saison style originates from Hainaut in Belgium. It used to be brewed on the farm in the winter to provide a refreshing beer late in the summer at harvest time for the hired laborers. Because this old beer style was invented earlier than the fridge the brewers added a big hand of hops to the beer so it could be preserved longer. For the sweaty laborers the Saison needed to be especially thirst-quenching. Our Saison beers are extremely thirst-quenching too. They taste dry, peppery, spicy and fresh and deep. Also, we often use other grains than barley, mix yeast-cultures and age on wood. Just like the old times.
Dark and Deep
In the deep darkness of our brewery, the black flavors linger. Roasted malts give the beers in our “Dark and deep ‘line flavors of toffee, coffee and chocolate. This line of beers is ranging from light and tangy to our heaviest beers with more Port-like flavours. Sometimes you can taste a warm touch of smoke in these beers. We smoke our own malt. An ancient tradition dating back to the early days of beer. Hints of whiskey and bourbon due to aging on old used barrels. Dark, layered and deep as an ocean.
Bubbly and Blond
Velvet smooth beers with spicy hops and tones of orange with a nice fruity and floral yeast profile. Perfect to drink on a warm summer-day. It sounds like the easiest line in the Primordial Soup line, but watch out: the beers from the line “Bubbly and Blonde ‘sometimes bite back! Besides the nice sunny soft tones there are also the barbaric bitter thirst quenchers. Solid malty powerhouses with muscles of grapefruit and torsos of melon. There is one thing all these blondes have in common: you want to drink another one! “Waiter another round.”