A new spin on a traditional ale. This type of ale was originally brewed for the farmhands as nourishment throughout the long working days of summer. Some farmers would be allotted up to five liters of beer per day. That being said, these beers were generally light in alcohol, but full of flavour. Hops were used as a preservative, which also created a nice pleasant bitterness and floral aroma.
This is an unfiltered beer with a hazy golden orange hue, boasting aromas of lemon zest, some lime and light hints of spicy rye. The body is light and effervescent which leaves this drinking easy. There is a nice sweetness from the hearty rye malt and caramelized wheat. The hop flavour is full of lemon and tangerine that finishes clean and very dry.