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5.5%, 500mL

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A blend of perry, tart saison, crabapples and grapes.

We love Saison over here. The ageing potential, texture and yeast character enchants us.

Rob from Shortfinger is kind of crazy. But he makes nice Saison. We were tasting barrels with him and thought it might be nice to blend one with perry to balance the acidity. Before we could talk about it more, we found Rob in the cidery, stealing Maréchal Foch grapes in the dead of night.

We made a deal. Rob had been holding out on us for years, with a secret crabapple tree of untold deliciousness. We decided if he wanted grape skins, we wanted crabapples.

To keep our friendship intact, we blended everything together and called it a collab. Our version got a little bit of Gewürztraminer to soften it up. The result is a delicious tart sipper.

We love you Rob.

What's it like? It starts with aromas of candied cherry, and white grapes (think Viognier). The saison portion adds a whisper of wood and aged hops. Flavour-wise it's bright and tart, with textural oak and soft hop bitterness to balance the fruit. It finishes with a slight butteriness, which feels reminiscent of barrel fermented Chardonnay.

It's a bit of an adventure, and a really nice halfway point for lovers of saison and natural wine.

NOT gluten free.

5.5% ABV | 750mL

Ingredients: Pears, crabapples, grapes, barley, hops. NOT Gluten Free.

Wild ferment. Zero added sugar.


$500 from this new release was donated to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.

The IRSSS provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with intergenerational trauma. Their mandate is multifaceted: to assist First Nations Peoples to recognize and be holistically empowered from the primary and generational effect of residential schools by supporting research, education, awareness, partnerships and advocating for justice and healing. The Society assists survivors with counselling, court support, information, referrals, workshops and more.

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