Grisette is a a Belgian farmhouse ale which was originally brewed in the Hainaut Province to be the beer of the miners in the area, just as Saison was the beer of the farmers. It was lighter than saison and frequently contained wheat as well as barley malt (as does the Sly Fox version). The name is derived from the French word for grey, referring to the young women (the grisettes) who doled out pints as the men exited from the mines while still dressed in their grey factory frocks. The style is nearly extinct and will be an interesting addition to the adventuresome and ever-growing Sly Fox portfolio.5.6% ABV.
Irish-style Draft Stout, brewed with imported British Pale and Roasted Barley, plus Flaked Barley, and hopped with Cascade and Target hops. Black in color, light bodied and roasty dry.
This is an English sweet stout brewed with English pale, caramel, and chocolate malts. All English hops were used: Target for bittering and a small East Kent Goldings addition for aroma. 50 lbs. of flaked oats were added to the mash giving this full-bodied beer its silky texture, smooth taste and delicate finish. 6% ABV.
Traditional Oktoberfest beer is a medium-bodied, smooth and malty brew made with German Vienna malts and German hops.