When Kerry Gray offered Craftwork a fully blown farmyard of wild yeasts, called the Bug County they poured it into a freshly emptied Waitaki Valley Pinot Gris barrel, for the secondary fermentation. On top of that they added a strong version of Craftwork Grisette farmhouse ale. Then they left it alone for ten months, to fight it out. More funk than sour, this beer shows off all the farmyard character of a rustic Belgian Saison, done in an American way. Strong and yet refreshing, dry, yet surprisingly sweet, with a hint of vanilla oak.