Thiriez / Jester King la Petite Princesse

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Brewed by Thiriez
Style: Saison/Grisette/Farmhouse Ale
Esquelbecq, France
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RATINGS: 142   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.39/5   EST. CALORIES: 87   ABV: 2.9%
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Collaboration with Jester King, it’s the "sister" of Le Petit Prince; brewed at Thiriez, same recipe, different malt and hop suppliers, and different yeast.

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3.1
rauchbierlover (1306) - Berlin, GERMANY - JAN 31, 2019
UPDATED: JAN 31, 2019 Tall, foamy, creamy and persistent white head over a hazy/murky yellow body. Spicy aroma with notes of cloves and lemon zest. Taste is cereals, spices. Bit watery and flat finish. Medium body, soft carbonation, thin texture.

3.7
Rubin77 (4533) - Brussels, BELGIUM - AUG 24, 2018
F: big, white, good retention. C: blonde, hazy. A: citrus, floral, bit grassy, weak fruity. T: dry citrus, floral, grassy, nice prominent bitterness, grapefruit, light body and medium carbonation, very nice refreshing, fully enjoyed, 33cl bottle from the brewery.

3
adamnowek (4894) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - APR 16, 2018
Very strong golden colour with a puffy head. Quite yeasty on the nose. Taste is slightly citric with a fairly high level of bitterness. Quite a bit of body for such a low ABV.

4.1
bartlebier (4526) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - JAN 9, 2018
75cl lot655 bb12/2018, Geers, shared at JAN18 tasting. Big fan of this French-Flanders brewery and its up-to-date takes on their bière de grade/saison patrimony. - - Intensely fresh, even dank aroma of spring meadow, dandelion, lillies, rapeseed, citrus blossom on lighthearted yeast and earthy grains with a whiff of cornhusky smoke to give it that fresh-off-the-farm smell akin to Dupont's smokey yeasts - on point for a true "session saison" I'd say.. Intensely grassy bitter with notes of chlorophyll and blossoms, green plant stalk, dandelion milk and lime. Highly attenuated and naturally hopbitter with some milky unfiltered yeast and bready grain body. Affordable, sessionable, on point collab. - Highly underrated brewery that churns out more historically relevant, understated, modern-day saisons than beergeeks could recognise even if they bit them in the ass.

3.8
Maakun (9597) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - DEC 25, 2017
Bottle shared with my family. Clear pale golden with white head. Spicy yeast, grassy, lemon peel, straw, soft dried dusty herbs. Light dry malts with a touch of bread and dry grain husks. Very light sweet and medium bitter. Light bodied with dry feel and soft carbonation. Lovely, so much taste for the low abv.

4.1
vincentvega72 (1535) - Terneuzen, NETHERLANDS - AUG 26, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 26, 2017 Mooi goudblond, licht troebel, fijne witte schuimkraag. Gist, meiklokjes, licht grassig, beetje citrus. Zeer goed van smaak voor zo'n licht biertje. Mooie ietwat droge afdronk, heel klein bittertje.

3.8
Christos (6061) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - JUN 15, 2017
(Thiriez / Jester King la Petite Princesse) Tap at Cafe Beugeel, Arnhem. Bright golden orange colour on the body, hazy, with a tall, soapy white head on top. Aroma of citrus, stone fruits, grass, lemon leaves. Taste has citrus, grass, peach, nicely bitter finish. Medium thin body. Very good, refreshing, perfect to start the evening.

3.6
dimeon (674) - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - MAY 30, 2017
A: Cloudy light amber with a small white head N: Citrus peel, pine needles. T: Despite its light body, there is quite a bit of taste. Dank. Lime zest. Quite bitter. P: Light O: Well made.

3
CH-303 (2838) - Fribourg, SWITZERLAND - MAY 29, 2017
Appearance: Light orange golden, clear. Lots of creamy off-white head. Hazy later.
Aroma: Light fruit, light malt, herbs.
Taste: Light malt, light fruits, spices, dry. Decent.
Bought: La Petite Brasserie (Fribourg), 330 ml, CHF 3.50
Info: 26/5-2017, BB: 31/5-2017

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rand (2170) - SWITZERLAND - APR 16, 2017
Bouteille 33 cl / La Cave à Bières - Yverdon (CH). Blonde dorée voilée à mousse blanche moyenne et pétillement vivant. Arômes herbacés et végétaux, céréales et houblon. Saveur florale et herbacée avec des notes de levure citron et zeste. Malt maigrichon, amer bien présent et mordant de zeste et herbes. Pas mal mais trop typée houblon pour une bière de table.


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