best wild ales made in the world. If your familiar with it I guess there's no need for you to read on. If you've never tried it your in for quite a treat. Fifth Element's base beer is a Saison, it's then blended and aged in oak barrels inoculated with Brettanomyces, a yeast that imparts a sour/tart - funkiness the result is a brilliant tasting sour ale.
Pours a cloudy apricot/straw color with a fizzy white head that reduced
to a thin froth. The nose has a bit a of barnyard funkiness to it with
hints of lemon. The tastes starts with light citrus notes then
transitions into tart green apples. Next comes a dry oakiness that
compliments the tartness well. The finish is a combination a champagne
like dryness and bitter florals. Light and dry but highly drinkable. Fifth Element is done in small batches, only 900 bottles on average. Get some before Kent buys them all.
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