“And she mixed them a potion with barley and cheese and pale honey added to Pramnian wine, but put into the mixture malignant drugs to make them forgetful of their own country. After she’d given them this and they’d drunk it down, next she struck them with her wand and drove them into her pig pens and they took on the look of pigs with the heads and voices and bristles of pigs, but the minds within them stayed as had been before.”
— Homer's Odyssey
A Tart, wild, unhopped ale based on Homer’s account of a recipe for Mycenaean Bronze Age grog passed down through the centuries in the songs of Greek Rhapsodes.
Malted barley, honey, White Muscat grape must fermented with Belgian Saison Yeast and Lactobacillus. Show Less