Saisonneir’s ale

  • A light and easy to drink ale. While not overly sweet, it is full of fruity flavour with a little spice to quench your thirst.


    Originating from Wallonia (the southern French speaking part of Belgium), Saison was a drink for farm hands (Saisonniers) as they worked in the

    Fields. Variations exist for many different types of workers, like Grisette for miners in the Hainutt province. But despite different names they were all mild, low in alcohol content and very easy to drink.


    Perfect for a hard day’s work in the sun, but it was also brewed all

    year round. It is characterised by a strong malty flavour, not being overly hoppy and the unique flavour of Belgian yeast.


    Saisonneir’s ale should come out about 4%, don’t worry if yours is slightly different so long as it tastes good.

  • Supplied with kit

    1 Large Grain Muslin bag. 

    2 Sterillising Tablets

    Sticker sheet

    Supplied with starter kit

    Fermentation bucket



    Air Lock

    Required (not supplied)

    Measuring Jug



    Pot of a minimum 6 litres volume


    8 500ml bottles