From time to time I love to try new beers. This corked bottle caught my eye really because of its label with its bygone style that is very Moulin Rouge or Chiti Chiti Bang bang! Anyway at eight bucks a bottle it was worth a try.
It is described as a farmhouse ale and when poured it produces a lovely amber liquid with a light frothy head. It has a bouquet of summer hay lofts, the taste is not too hoppy (as is often the case with craft beers here in the US) and it easy to drink with notes of lemon and yeast.
This was one of the best beers I have found in ages, I have already been back for another bottle.
It works great with an ooozy brie style cheese.