When we think of England, we think of classic pints drawn from casks, we think of tradition. But the guys at England's Wild Beer Company are into edgier, tradition-bucking stuff. According to importer Lime Ventures, the idea for this brewery--an incubator, if you will, for new brews experimenting with yeasts, bacterias, barrels, fruit, spices and the like--was born over glasses of Jolly Pumpkin La Roja and Gale's Prize Old Ale. Their Iduna Cru is a Saison-style brew that uses hops from New Zealand and Somerset=grown apple juice. Using wild yeast, the beer is round and fruity, sweet and dry.