Jonesy American Wild Ale with Buddha's Hand
House wild yeasts adds a mild acidity and pineapple rind funk to the bright fragrance of peach tea, elderflower and tangerines from Buddha's Hand.
Pilsner malt, flaked wheat, dark muich, spelt, kaznek hops, Buddha's hand zest
Beer nerd facts
Buddha’s Hand, also called Fingered Citron, the is one of the oldest citrus fruits. Sometimes described as a “lemon with fingers,” this strange citrus is treasured for its sweet floral fragrance and mild zest. Inside the fruit there is little to no flesh or juice — it’s all rind and pith. For this reason, Buddha’s Hand isn’t really for “eating."