After a year maturing in bottle, the next mixed fermentation product is ready for release from Wiper and True’s Barrel Store.

Brewed with elderflowers foraged from its own apple orchard, Abundance received the highest score (96 out of 100) of any Wiper and True beer on record during objective internal quality control tests.

The Wiltshire orchard where these elderflowers grow is managed via a low-intervention approach which allows the apples to develop naturally and slowly.

The same methodology was applied to Abundance. The beer has spent almost a year maturing in bottle while the naturally occurring yeasts from the orchard interact with the cultivated strain to create a complex, crisp and nuanced saison.

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