La Bonte Figs
La Bonte Fig is an open fermented beer using the house Brett yeast that makes it a wildly tart beer. It is blended with a golden sour when a load of figs are thrown in. The resulting beer does have a subtle fig aroma, and it's a refined beer that that would not be out of place on the dinner table with hard cheese.
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