New Luxembourg Grisette

A clerical mix up in 1848 accidentally assigned the name Luxembourg to a settlement of Belgians in Kewaunee County, and Belgium to a settlement of Luxembourgers in Ozaukee County. Fortunately, both groups agreed on the tradition of enjoying Grisette, a refreshing, crisp, light-bodied ale originally created to quench the thirst of workers in the Belgian mines.


STYLE: Grisette

ABV: 5.3%

IBU: 23

We revived this historic, Belgian style to produce a light ale with iconic Belgian yeast notes. With pepper, pear, apple and banana notes at the beginning, this beer transitions into a light, bread dough like finish. Consider this beer to be the light version of a Belgian Saison.

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