Saison Froide – Série Gastronomie Glutenberg & Chartier Créateur d’harmonies

Limited-production & 100% gluten-free

Style Saison
Alc. 5,9 %
Color Straw
IBU 16
Service T° 8 - 10 °C
Format 750 ml
Ingredients Millet
Buckwheat
Agave syrup
Hops
Basil
Sansho pepper
Yeast

Saison Froide is a Belgian-inspired creation. Thoroughly fragrant, dry and refreshing, it was developed using ingredients dominated by “cold-tasting” aromatic components (molecules): Anethole, Estragole, Eugenol, Limonene. Fresh basil, Japanese Sansho pepper, Mexican blue agave syrup and Nelson Sauvin and Columbus Hops are part of its recipe. This beer will delight wine amateurs, and particularly Sauvignon blanc lovers, whose aromatic profile it resembles.

Because all the ingredients of this “cold-tasting” beer follow the same aromatic track, we suggest creating fresh harmonies by using ingredients from the same aromatic family in your summer recipes, just like the ones used in Sauvignon blanc wines. You can use dill, basil, chervil, mint or tarragon-infused salads, pesto-topped pasta, goat cheese, yogurt sauces, citrus vinaigrettes (lime or pink grapefruit juice), fish or seafood drizzled with herb-infused oils, as well as spicy Mexican or Asian entrees. Serve it in a glass the same way you would serve a great wine.

Nose

This is a great summer beer with a unique and complex nose that is both striking and refreshing. The Saison Froide exudes aromatic tones of basil, pink grapefruit zest, lime, yuzu and fresh ginger, with a subtle peppery background.

Body

Thanks to ingredients that create a “taste of cold”, you will enjoy a singular freshness right from the first sip, complemented by a bold presence and fullness. The aromas enjoyed by the nose will come back to flood your taste buds with a deep freshness. The final long stretches, invigorating and bursting with flavours, are reminiscent of great Sauvignon blanc wines. Now, just imagine this fine beer at your table!

Pairs well with…

We suggest creating fresh harmonies by using ingredients from the same aromatic family in your summer recipes, just like the ones used in Sauvignon blanc wines. You can use dill, basil, chervil, mint or tarragon-infused salads, pesto-topped pasta, goat cheese, yogurt sauces, citrus vinaigrettes (lime or pink grapefruit juice), fish or seafood drizzled with herb-infused oils, like ceviche, as well as spicy Mexican or Asian entrees. Serve it in a glass the same way you would serve a great wine.

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