Our friend Mark from The Brew Crew in Denver, CO came up with this unique beer recipe.  It’s a classic Saison, fruited with Sauvignon Blanc grapes, hopped with Nelson Sauvin, Huell Melon and Saaz hops, and fermented with a traditional Saison yeast.  We naturally carbonated this beer, for a rustic, spicy finish, and dense white foam.  Thanks a ton to Mark for sharing his award-winning recipe with us. Enjoy!
Name:  Named after Mark’s daughter’s grape-eating technique:  She would smoosh the whole grapes in her hand, and eat the delicious grape goo that would appear between her fingers.  Her fingers became very sticky, hence the name
Malts: Pilsner, flaked wheat, Vienna, dextrin
Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Huell Melon, Saaz
Yeast: Belgian Saison
Dry Hop: n/a
Appearance: Gold with a slight haze
Aroma:  Sauvignon blanc grapes, melon, cloves, sugar cookies
Flavor:  Pleasant white grape sweetness, peppery/dry bitterness, very slight tart
Served: Pint – $9.00, 10 oz. goblet
O.G.: 14.4        F.G.: 2.6
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