For the Sixpoint Sahti, we went with old school yeast, employing a Belgian Lambic strain that may have been much like what was floating around in the 1500s when Sahti was spontaneously fermented. We did boil our Sahti, as the un-boiled version brewed for large gatherings would only keep a few days. We used rye in the mash, adding body and earthy notes. We put juniper berries in the mash, and used no late addition hops, to recreate the flavor profile of this ancient ale. The result is a mix of sour and sweet, with a big, extra-full golden body. 7.5% ABV.