overall
77
55
style
Brewed by Brasserie de Cazeau
Style: Saison
Templeuve, Belgium
Serve in Tulip

bottled
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RATINGS: 335   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.39/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
"A true seasonal beer, as refreshing as it should be! Taste it in the summer, sitting at a terrace table … " Originally, season beer was a beer brewed before the summer and intended for summer-season farmhands. It had low alcohol content and a marked bitterness that made it really refreshing. We wanted to offer a truly seasonal Season with production limited in time. As Laurent Agache’s

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3.9
   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 15/20
kindacold (235) - Norfolk, Virginia, USA - JAN 30, 2013
Pours magnificent yellow/gold, with extremely thick, lacy white head that lingers. Smells of malt, flowers, and hops. Complex, light flavors. Some funkiness. Cloves, salt, malt, citrus, spices. Very effervescent and dry, with a touch of stickiness.


3.8
ardeo (491) - Flémalle, BELGIUM - SEP 7, 2017
33 cl. Blonde un peu trouble avec la mousse blanche abondante. Superbe nez floral et herbeux, un peu sur le fruit, le grain, le pain et quand la beer est plus chaude, je sens effectivement le sureau. Bouche effervescente aux saveurs de biscuit, de citron, de malt + poivre avec finale seiche et une moyenne amertume. Beau produit de chez Cazeau.

3.1
culchiem (4064) - Berlin, GERMANY - SEP 2, 2017
Bottle from Les Fleurs. Cloudy yellow with a solid head. Aroma of bread and yeast. Flavour is apple bread, dry yeast, wood on a light pepper finish.

3.5
AcctError487384 (56) - - AUG 1, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 1, 2017 medium large white head and a golden coloured body with lots of co2 bubbling - smell is fruit citrus some grapefruit yeasts and floral - high co2 medium bitter spicy due to co2 and hops, herbs dark malts some citrus warming finish but dry

3
nathanvc (598) - Brugge, BELGIUM - JUN 22, 2017
At De Republiek, Bruges. Pours hazy dark yellow with a minimal, white head. The aroma contains hops, yeast, sugar, herbs and flowers. It tastes light flowery sweet and light herbal bitter, with a dry finish. Medium body, lively carbonation, slick texture. I like the flowery accent but it lacks some more character, whilst the carbonation is overdone...

3.1
murran (680) - - JUN 5, 2017
Pours a clear golden body with a thin head. Flowery aroma of hops. Taste is flowery hops and some subtle funk. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

4.1
GoufCustom (2077) - HONG KONG - MAY 29, 2017


330ml bottle bought at IC Beer in Kwun Tong.

Looks: Clear light golden colour with a ring of dirt like yeast sediments; Three finger head with long lasting crumpety white foam; Beautiful sticky lacing with active slight carbonation.

Aroma: Very fragrant full malt, with strong sweet floral, blueberries, sugar, wood, spices, light herbs, dry biscuits, yeast, lemon and fair grass.

Taste: Mid to light sweet full Pils malt, with strong floral, very light molasses, spices, strong earth, tobacco, strong herbs, dry biscuits, strong yeast, lemon, strong bitter hops and grass.

Body: Medium body. Dry, thick and very creamy palate.

Mouth Feel: Rich Pils maltyness in a thick background, very creamy and smooth. Sweetness is only a hint, as bitter floral and strong hops dominates - very herbal, woody , tobacco and spices - to blend well with dry biscuity and very lemony finish. Very nice!

Hoppiness: Wood, spices, light herbs, lemon and fair grass in nose. Strong floral, spices, strong earth, tobacco, strong herbs, lemon and grass in taste; Bitterness is strong for a lasting, high astringent herbal malty finish.

After Taste: Dry. Creamy, earthy woody and strong bitter to mouth.

Comments: This one has impressive heads and looks, sweet floral and woody aroma, creamy body but more surprisingly, a very low sweet, strong bitter hoppiness with all the earthy tobacco taste came through. It has that conservative old lady feel to it. Very nice already but a little more sweetness will go a long way for sure. One for Summer!

3.7
Vivbeer (21) - Bruxelles, BELGIUM - MAY 28, 2017
En boutelle. Dorée, peu de mousse. Nez discret légèrement herbacé. Ronde en bouche, franche amertume, pétillance et fin de bouche de fleur de sureau qui lui apporte toute son originalité. Délicieuse et rafraîchissante.

3.1
Banzale (342) - FRANCE - MAR 4, 2017
Bu au festival brassicole de tournai. Verre de 12,5cl. Couleur jaune pâle , pas de brillance et trouble . Mousse qui est abondante mais qui redescend assez rapidement. Au nez : note céréales et sucre (fleur de sureau). En bouche : pas de surprise c’est rond en bouche , note de sucre , et de céréales orge et malts . Moelleuse et structurer mais sèche en fin de bouche . Rafraîchissement garanti .

3.1
freretoc (1935) - Besançon, FRANCE - FEB 5, 2017
Bue en bouteille de 33cl à la brasserie, Couleur blonde grosse effervescence mousse vite déliquescente Nez sur la levure Bière levurée avec un goût de malt juste raffraichissante.

3.4
SylvainCFC (301) - Brussels, BELGIUM - JAN 16, 2017
Robe blonde pâle un peu pastel, claire, peu de mousse, mauvaise rétention. Nez très clair sur les fleurs de sureau, notes végétales, herbeuses, c’est frais. Petit citronné. Attaque sur une amertume végétale très tranchée. Le sureau se dégage également à l’attaque. Bouche franchement houblonnée, végétale, herbeuse et terreuse. Légèrement poivrée. Final toujours amer avec une astringence assez importante (zeste,peau d’agrume). Bière très sèche, arôme intéressant de sureau. Astringence un peu trop forte pour une faire une saison facile de soif. Déséquilibre sur l’amertume.


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