Far Fields Warehouse Ale

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Far Fields Warehouse Ale

12.00

Far Fields 5% Warehouse Ale. This beer, born in a warehouse dating back to the 1960’s Fulton Hill neighborhood of Richmond VA, was not brewed in a farmhouse. Rather than attempt to infer any bucolic notions about this simple beer, we felt you should know exactly where this thing came from. This familiar Wallonian style ale begins with a grist of pale and wheat malts. It was co-fermented with that most classic yeast strain from a small village not far from the Belgian/French border, and a Brett strain derived from a lauded Lambic brewer just outside the city of Brussels. Intentionally fermented open and hot with an assist from the sweltering southeastern summer warehouse conditions, this beer was designed to encourage every ounce of fermentation character possible. Lastly, the 750ml bottle you’re holding was refermented to an elevated level of carbonation to enhance its crisp drinkability and aromatic delivery. No need to cellar this one, although it likely would survive it, much like the historic style that helped to inspire us, despite being Far from any Field.

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