Produced by ripening of cherries (both the flesh and the seeds) in young Lambic. This process takes between 6 to 8 months. After bottling the beer matures for at least 4 months in a warm room where the spontaneous fermentation in the bottle is done.
Beer – Bourbon barrel-aged Imperial Stout. Drink fresh or age. Label Design – Marble's homage to the sloping floor at The Marble Arch and the inspiring art of the Belle Epoque era.
A unique, dark, flavourful beer with a smooth, rich, full body and complex fruit flavours of berries, sweet cherries and tannins. Aged in second-fill bourbon casks and subjected to a secondary fermentation with wild yeasts.
Beers containing foraged hedgerow fruit are aged for a year in a variety of different barrels, before coming together in this blend. Fruity and tart, and distinctly autumnal.