Pale wheat beer spontaneously fermented and aged for 8 months in a single 400 litre French oak barrel. The beer was moved onto White Bullaces which had cold macerated in tank for 5 days prior. Once refermentation had commenced, we punched the fruit cap down daily for around 2 weeks. The beer was on fruit for 4 months before packaging. We picked these wild bullaces ourselves from hedgerows at a neighbouring farm called Irongate. Bright, light yellow in appearance. Freshly-cut grass, green apple and honeysuckle on the nose. Further hay, plum skin and underripe pear on the palate. A dry, vinous finish.