DetailsA harmless trick on your light-lager-loving friends. All the drinkability and refreshing crispness of a summer brew with the fruity, fresh flavor of the fall hop harvest. Soft malt character supports a substantial ABV that resonates in strategic bursts of berry, melon, floral and sweet cantaloupe flavor of Equinox and Calypso hops. Nearly champagne-like in its effervescence, Sabotage meddles in the affairs of a classic farmhouse ale, pulling off a suspiciously crowd-pleasing saison-pale-ale hybrid.
- Details & Instructions
4.3 / 5.04 ReviewsPretty much exactly as describedExcellent kit with great instructions, as always. More forward fruit than i expected, complemented nicely with a mild hoppy finish. Great summer or fall brew. Totally enjoying drinking this one.April 9, 2016Excellent summer brewI fermented this one in in true saison style. I started fermentation around 67, but quickly stepped it up each day 3 degrees, until I hit around 85 degrees and left it there for around 2 weeks. There were no fusel alcohols produced and the flavor was tart, lemony, peppery, simply fantastic. I had a Tank 7 Farmhouse ale this past weekend and reminded me of this beer.January 23, 2017Purchased
1 year agoDickIt was not a good drinkable beer, little tasteAugust 2, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesDick,
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. I'm sorry you had an unpleasant experience with this kit. What kinds of bad flavors are you tasting? If you wanted to give me a little bit more detail I would be happy to help figure out what went wrong.
JulesNovember 2, 2016Midwest Supplies MPatienceBeer is in the secondary fermenting stage right now. I will be bottling next week, so the wait is on in 3 weeks i will know if i made the right selection.March 5, 2016
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 3 answerswhat are the brewing ingredients with this kit?BEST ANSWER: Gold LME 6.3 lbs, Gold DME 1 lb
Specialty grains- 8 oz caramel 20
Hops- 1oz Calypso, 2 oz Equinox
5 oz priming sugar
I chose Belle Saison yeast.
Haven't brewed this one yet but have brewed Lawnmower de Saison twice and it was fantastic. In both instances, I added a half bottle of Saison DuPont to secondary to add some funk from a Belgian brew.What is the specialty grain in this recipe and the amount?BEST ANSWER: 1/2 lb of Caramel 20L