This past Labor Day marked LowDive's first official road trip. We hit the road with a keg each of our Farmhouse 6 and Farmhouse 9 saisons destined for...well, a farmhouse.
Some of our good friends and fellow beer-lovers were kind enough to invite us to join them in Iowa for a pig roast (mentioned here) held on a family farm. The family raised three mangalitsa pigs on premises and the fellas prepared some of the delicious meat to share with friends and family. So what better to bring along than some fresh and tasty beers!
Farmhouse 6 was a citrus-y 6% (thus the name) saison, with the grist made of nothing but 2-row and German wheat, and dry-hopped with Sorachi Ace hops. Our other saison, Farmhouse 9, was made of mainly 2-row with a little wheat and Munich, stronger at 9% and slightly hoppier (all Citra) and “dry-hopped” with lime zest. Both beers served as tasty complements to the delectable, liberally seasoned pork.