Hazy, straw-colored, and golden, this beer is as bright as the long days outdoors for which it was made. Day Drinker teems with aromas of orange zest and offers flavors of soft fruit, mild oats with notes of banana. A hint of classic Belgian sweetness surfaces with each sip of this light-bodied brew. A dry finish and a low ABV make it the perfect day drinker. "Gone to Cut The Lost 40" Translation: Skipping work to partake in extracurricular activities and a little daytime libation. During the early 1900's timber boom, this phrase was used around Calhoun County, Arkansas, home of the Lost Forty acreage, as code for playing hookie from a hard day of lumberjacking. All that playing hookie from felling trees eventually led to the preservation of our namesake forest.