The Saison D’Heretique by Australian Brewery

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The Saison D’Heretique from Australian Brewery is a delicate yet complex farmhouse ale, with its character taken from a blend of French and Belgian yeast, making it a classic, yet approachable brew. With some smooth but lively floral esters balanced with a refreshing finish, the Saison D’Heretique is an ode to the Australian craft beer movement.

The hops profile is a unique amalgam of Australian, European and American heritage blends. There are some delicate grapefruit, lychee, apricot and melon notes accompanied by some undertones of white pepper and a hint of spice, which results in a subtle, smooth citrusy flavor. It also features moderate hop bitterness and laid-back malts including pilsner, rolled barley and rolled wheat.

Brewed slowly, the Saison D’Heretique should be enjoyed in the same manner. Perfect for a sunny afternoon after a weekend adventure, washing down some slow cooked barbecue, the Saison D’Heretique is a laid back beer that suits a laid back drinker.

The Australian Brewery has become a hero of the Australian craft beer movement and is renowned for producing tasty, crisp and refreshing brews to please all palates, without the use of additives or preservatives.

Having just entered the American Craft Beer market, there has never been a better time for an iconically Aussie beer to make a splash abroad. Multi-award winning Australian Brewery beers are bringing a taste of Australian culture and flavors to American beer drinkers.

Ask for a six pack of Australian Brewery’s Saison D’Heretique, Pale Ale and New World Pilsner at craft liquor stores, or a fresh pint on tap at craft beer establishments across the US.

Price Guide: $13-$16 Per 6 Pack

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