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Viking Age Brew: An Interview with Mika Laitinen

July 26, 2019 | Avg. Reading Time: 3 min

Most of the time when we see Farmhouse Ale on a beer label in this country, the beer in question is a Saison or Bière de Garde. A new book about northern European rural brewing traditions expands the world of farmhouse ales and opens readers’ eyes to a thriving Nordic subculture of farmhouse brewing and expands our understanding of farmhouse ales beyond popular Belgian and French traditions.

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Lo Rez Brewing | Apricot Knockout

May 14, 2019 | Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

Lo Rez Brewing released Apricot Knockout in March, but the weather in Chicago is just warming up enough to dive into this farmhouse ale fermented with apricots. This beer rounds out Chicago’s Pilsen-based neighborhood brewery’s current four-pack offerings that put tartness in the forefront.

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Beerology | The History of Saisons

May 19, 2016 | Avg. Reading Time: 3 min

Welcome to Beerology! Once a month, we will take a look into the origins of all things booze. In this edition of Beerology, we are going to dive into the world of Saison.

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Stillwater Artisanal Ales and The Brewer’s Art’s Debutante

September 23, 2013 | Avg. Reading Time: 1 min

Stillwater Artisanal Ales and The Brewer’s Art’s Debutante
ABV – 6.40%
The abrupt transition from summer to fall usually brings an uncertainty to the style of a beer one craves. To drink a clean refreshing lager or to drink a warm malty brown ale or Oktoberfest? The debates conclusion seemed obvious when I considered the refreshing spicy cleanness of the Debutante Saison created by Stillwater Artisanal Ales in collaboration with the Brewers Art.

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Fullsteam Brewery – Summer Basil Farmhouse Ale

September 17, 2013 | Avg. Reading Time: 2 min

ABV: 5.4%

IBU: Unavailable but Minimal

The advent of football season and the slowly dropping mercury signals to us all that the days of summer are sadly over. Though I welcome fall, my favorite season, chock full of sweaters, pumpkin-flavored everything, and the holiest of all horse racing meets – Keeneland – I still find myself grasping onto the final remnants of all that is summery. Read More