Fruity, clove-like and peppery aromas hit the nose and dominate the perception of this beer until taking a sip. When this beer hits the palate, grainy and toasty flavors from the various grains make their presence known and finish into a dry, wine-like fruitiness.
“Bearded Guard” is a near-phonetic translation of the style Bière de Garde, a beer style that literally means “beer for keeping”. We figured if this style is for keeping, what better way to protect it than a bearded guard!
This beer is a great pair to cheeses, mustards, tart fruits and bread.