Coming from a ballet family, I know Glissade as a ballet movement which means to slide. Another definition includes a way to decend a snow covered slope, which might go well with a spring offering. Glissade is a traditional spring bock also known as maibock. A maibock is a lighter version of the darker maltier, winter bocks. The maibock appears golden to light amber. Hops are a bit more prevalent compared to the winter bocks.
Glissade is golden in color, with malty tones. There is some citrus, floral hops in the taste. Ingredient rundown –
Hops – Bittering – German Magnum, German Perle.
Finishing – German Spalter, Slovenian Aurora, Styrian
Malts – 2 Row Pale, Europils, Munich, Crystal
Yeast – Lager
Limited Availability Seasonally in 12oz 6 packs, Draft.