Grisette is a type of Belgian farmhouse ale, related to the Saison style. Native to the French speaking Hainaut region in Wallonia. Grisette was served to miners, often by young maids dressed in grey smocks - the supposed origin of the name.
The grain bill often contained wheat, but we chose the ancient grain spelt, together with Gladfield's finest barley malt. We've been moderate with hops, choosing English and a noble variety. The yeast melds the grain and hops into a perfect refresher, after a hard day in the mine....or office....Enjoy!
Unfiltered and unpasteurised in the traditional manner, for full flavour.
Serve at cellar temperature: 8- 12̴c in a goblet
Organic Pilsner malt, spelt, golden sugar .
Hops, yeast and water.