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Bayou Teche Brewing (Arnauldville, LA) readies a new barrel aged offering as 2015 picks up – Syrup in the Sky.
Bayou Teche Syrup in the Sky is a barrel aged smoked wheat ale, brewed with cane syrup and pistachios. Available in 22oz bottles, and draft.
Bayou Teche Biere (Arnauldville, LA) releases the first to three sours on January 31st at their five year anniversary party.
Bayou Teche Persimmon Sour starts as a berliner weisse. The brewery used Lactobacillus to sour French pilsner malt, then added persimmon (an edible fruit) and finally re-fermenting the beer with French ale yeast for a cajun spin.
Brewery founder Karlos Knott jokingly calls it a Bayouliner-weisse.
Limited draft and 22oz bottles of Bayou Teche Persimmon Sour will be available at the party.
Bayou Teche Biere (Arnauldville, LA) has confirmed with Beer Street Journal that they will be small batch releasing Tres Passionne bombers in the near future.
The beer is based the year round offering, Passionne, a wheat beer brewed with passionfruit.
Bayou Teche Tres Passionne is aged on toasted coconut. No re-release date yet.
Style: Wheat Beer (w/ Passionfruit, Toasted Coconut)
Availability: 22oz Bombers, Limited.
Wild Honey. That’s what Bayou Teche Biere’s Miel Sauvage means when you translate it. The brew uses local Louisiana honey from the brewery’s neighbor Bernard Apiaries. Sauvage is inspired by French farmhouse breweries making Biere de Mel or honey beers.
Miel Sauvage is Cajun French for wild honey and our Biere de Miel is fermented with honey from our neighbor, Bernard’s Apiaries and with barley imported from France. This mahogany colored beer has a pronounced honey aroma and is barrel aged to contribute a smooth vanilla oakiness..
Bayou Teche Miel Sauvage is available in 22oz bombers, and draft.
Availability: 22oz bombers, Draft. Late summer/Fall seasonal.
Wild Honey. That’s what Bayou Teche Biere’s Miel Sauvage means when you translate it. That name fits too. This honey ale uses local Louisiana honey from the brewery’s neighbor Bernard Apiaries. Sauvage is actually completely inspired by French farmhouse breweries making Biere de Mel or honey beers.
For added complexity and flavor, Bayou Teche aged this one in spirit barrels. The beer is described as This sorrel colored beer has a pronounced honey aroma and is barrel aged to contribute to a smooth vanilla oakiness.
Look for bottles of this offering in the coming months.
Style: Honey Ale (Barrel Aged)
Availability: 22oz bombers