In the brewer’s own words: “Baghaven represents the pinnacle of art and science, old- world and new world, primitive and contemporary.”
The ales promise to be innovative and unique, while using age-old traditions to set a new standard and bring an iconic new line of Danish heritage to the forefront of wild brewing.
The KIng’s Arms will be welcoming head brewer Ehren Schmidt on Friday evening (October 12) from 6pm, alongside a tap takeover of six of his finest brews.
Gift From Demeter (6.5% ABV)
A Chardonnay barrel fermented, rustic Danish spelt saison — tart fruity malts with a touch of citrus spice.
Rubus of Rose (7.2% ABV)
Blended Danish wild ale fermented and aged in French oak foeders and then aged on red raspberries. Well balanced; juicy raspberries with a moderately tart finish.
Bière de Cabaret (4% ABV)
Bière de Cabaret is influenced by the pale beers made for drinking in public houses, or cabarets, of the Nord and Pas de Calais departments of Northern France. A dry and refreshing rustic table beer with malted buckwheat.
Nordlund’s Field Blend (8.8% ABV)
Wild ale fermented and aged in a French oak foeder, then aged on Danish wine and table grapes. Taste of floral cherries with a rustic woody barrel bitterness.
Havnesæson Blåbær (7% ABV)
Oak fermented Danish saison, macerated on organic Danish blueberries.
Granadilla (7.4% ABV)
Danish wild ale fermented and aged in a French oak foeder and then aged on yellow passionfruit; well balanced tartness with warming passionfruit throughout.
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