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Brewed by Brekeriet
Style: Saison
Landskrona, Sweden
Serve in Tulip

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RATINGS: 180   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.29/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This pale and slightly bitter farmhouse ale has a funky and fruity taste thanks to the secondary fermentation with brettanomyces yeast.

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3.8
Travlr (24302) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - MAR 23, 2016
Bottle at Churchkey. Hazy yellow color, big white head. Dirty earthy aroma. Taste is herbal fruit and straw. Nice.

3.8
Borup (14332) - Albertslund, DENMARK - MAR 19, 2016
33 cl. bottle. Hazy orange colour with a white head. Aroma and flavour of malt, brettanomyces, spice, yeast, grape and sourness.

3.3
mansquito (6336) - Nueva York, New York, USA - FEB 21, 2016
New Beer Distributors, NYC bottle: pours golden with a white head. Aroma is floral, bretty, with some light fruit. Tste is slightly bitter and quite tangy. The brett is powerful in this one, but it does not make it too sour or earthy or anything. Not bad.

3.8
Malin_aiisa (1130) - SWEDEN - JAN 23, 2016
Bottle Batch 9. Expeted more character. Hazy orange frothy white head Nice aroma of citrus and flowers, hint of honey. Taste slight bitter, honey. Fizzy feel.

3.5
vjohans (756) - SWEDEN - JAN 23, 2016
basement aromas, earthy, leaves, caramel, hay, amber, hazy, white foam, heavily sour, lightly bitter, light sweetness, light body, oily feel, soft carbonation, long finish,

3.6
wlajwl (6747) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - NOV 20, 2015
Aroma is citrus/lemon, spices, strong tartness and a relatively small hint of dark bread. The flavor is fruit/lemon, medium sweetness, malts and a mildly warming finish.

3
martin00sr (4007) - Haderslev, DENMARK - NOV 20, 2015
Bottle, nearing BBD. Myrky, dirty orange with stable white airy head. Funky citrus aroma, malt also. Funky, malty flavour with sour orange and something strangely artificial or chemical - I think it might be burnt plastic. Dry and fluffy but this chemical thing just goes on and on...

2.8
Ernest (7661) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - NOV 2, 2015
Bottle. Head is initially average sized, fizzy/frothy, white, mostly diminishing. Body is hazy medium to dark yellow. Aroma is lightly malty (grain, corn starch), lightly hoppy (flowers), lightly yeasty (basement), with notes of lemon/lime zest/juice, band aid, concrete. Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly to moderately acidic, lightly bitter. Finish is lightly sweet, lightly to moderately acidic, lightly to moderately bitter. Light to medium body, watery texture, fizzy carbonation, lightly alcoholic. It’s kind of hard to think of this as a saison, but whatever. It’s like a light Bretty blonde ale that’s been mixed with lemon-lime soda...sour-ish and very fizzy and lemon-limey. So it doesn’t come across as particularly serious.

3.6
Desverger (11122) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - SEP 11, 2015
Bottle share during RBESG2015, Day 2, Malmö, Sweden - golden orange coloured pour with a white head. Aroma and taste is citrus fruity with prominent lemon, some orange, bretty, barnyard yeast, grassy and floral nuances, light palate, dry fruity finish.

3.5
beernbourbon (1590) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - SEP 10, 2015
Bottle to glass. Pour is hazy light orange with a full off white head. Continues to form lily pads of bubbles throughout. Aroma is quite dry and funky with light wood notes and notable acidity. Flavor is aggressive up front with funky acid and wood which gives way to a really nice dry barnyard flavor. This grew on me with every sip. Not quite as balanced as the others i tasted but definitely worth a try.


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