Where Angels Fear to Tread

about this beer

Where Angels Fear to Tread, our second iteration of a Methode Champenoise beer, is much built upon what we learned from our first attempt at imitation champagne.

Featuring Nelson Sauvin and Hallertau Blanc, this beer is remniscent of drinking a bone dry Suavignon Blanc but with the effervescence and liveliness of champagne.

This beer is a celebratory one. Drink it with friends and family at a special occasion.

Beer details

Beer Style: Belgian Golden Strong Ale
ABV: 9.6%
Grains: Pilsner, White Wheat
Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Hallertau Blanc
Yeast: Bootleg Biology BETA Belgian Blend
Packaging: 750mL Bottles

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