A Note on This Beer
According to Good Beer Hunting, Funk Factory Geuzeria is “one of the most watched breweries in the States,” thanks to their line-up of expertly crafted Lambic-style beers.
And today, we’ve got the only bottles of Foeder Saison - DH Apricot that left Wisconsin!
To craft this beautifully nuanced ale, the brewers started with a blend of mixed-culture Saisons that were fermented in French Oak foeders. Then, they fermented the blend a second time on 3 pounds per gallon of fresh apricots and dry-hopped it with Rakau Hops.
It opens up with the soft, subdued aromas of apricot and oak. A lip-puckering tartness coats your tongue as you sip it, followed by waves of funk rising up on the finish. It’s tangy, juicy, and crushable, making it an ideal companion for outdoor adventures.
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A bit of saison. A bit of funk. Lots of apricot. Tons of tart. And dry hopped? Absolutely amazing. I loved this ale.
this one is too funky for me. I don’t taste any form if saison on it just tart and vinegar. the apricot doesn’t shine in this either.
tart bomb in a good way
Strong aromas of apricot, stone fruit, passionfruit, and yogurt-like wild funkiness. Smooth mouthfeel. Medium-bodied. Intensely tart acidity with apricot juiciness fully packed. A bit yogurt-like thickness on the finish.
nice, tart with hint of apricot
worth every penny. fuzzy socks skins, a mixture of tart fruit and sweet ripe fruit. a gentle but present funk adds complexity
strong, have to get used to the after taste, but still has good flavors
A refreshing compliment to deep-dish pizza. The tartness is nice, reminds me of Brut.