stevoj (6237) - Boise, Idaho, USA - APR 10, 2018
Crowler fill from CopenRoss. Possibly bad fill. Hazy, pale golden, fizzy foamy head. Faint yeasty aroma, bready notes. Taste too seems thin. Was expecting bigger, brighter notes, but this dull, boring, weak. Brand New place might have screwed up the fill. Relooked at this as it warmed and it got a bit better. Lemon zest and peaches, kind of tangy. Brett notes more apparent nearer to room temperature. willisread (4207) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - APR 1, 2018
Bottle from Craft Brewed. Pours a clearish gold with a full finger of foam that lingers. Striking lemon zest-driven nose with undertones of wet hay, Brett and horseblanket. Tart passion fruit as it warms up with cracked wheat / spelt aromas as well. Tart on the palate, with spritzy carbonation. Thin on the palate with mineral notes, lemon and more wet hay. Finish has some peppery argula, more hay and dried lemon. Nice table beer. Svesse (9314) - Hässelby, SWEDEN - MAR 30, 2018
(Bottle) Golden colour, slightly hazy, with foamy white head. Fruity, slightly sourish nose with notes of tropical fruit, lemon peel, grapefruit, grass and spicy yeast. Fruity, slightly tart taste with lemon, grapefruit, unripe pineapple, grass, white bread, yeast, hay and a balanced citric bitterness in a dry finish. Medium body, dry. Tasty and refreshing, with a fresh hop character and some spicy yeast. Really well made and very nice. Gerbeer (4354) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - NOV 13, 2017
375 ml bottle. Pours amber with light bubbly head. Aromas of oak, light Brett, citrus, stoned fruit and a bit of potpourri. Flavours of fruity Belgian yeast, soft Brett and farmyard, wine gums, sweet lemon and tart green fruit with a light wheat malt base. Very good. oobawa (2027) - Tennessee, USA - OCT 9, 2017
Unholy gusher of a bottle, leaving me with about six ounces to drink and the rest pooling on the kitchen counter. Strong citric-yeasty nose with traces of floral hops and oak. Pour comes out a hazed straw yellow with a modest white head (surprising for how much foam went streaming out of the bottle) and the slightest bit of lace. Mellow sour notes mix with traditional saison grassiness, undertones of clove and wheat offering a nice balance to the tart citrus. Oak adds a vanilla layer to the back end, while the fade mixes a modest hop bitterness with a woodsy flourish. Unexpectedly mellow, yet the beer evolves nicely as it warms, turning into a pleasant old-school wild saison.
ametras (1889) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 31, 2017
375ml bottle. Yellowish blonde with a thin frothy white head. Slight haze. Flavors are crackery malt, hay, lemon, peach, herbs, oak and funk with earthy and light tart notes. Light body, moderate to good carbonation, slick texture. jinroh (2727) - ESTONIA - AUG 26, 2017
Darker orange hue, not much carbo. Nose refreshingly sour, even a bit herbal maybe. Grassy sour if it makes sense. Taste is dry sour and refreshing, quite a lot of fresh cut grass, bitter apple peel fermentation. Brett. Dry sticky finish. Good one but maybe not enough depth? Do I really need that depth when I enjoy this beer that much as I do? DonGregorio (694) - POLAND - AUG 24, 2017
Shared bottle. Hazy pale yellow colour, white head. Aroma of barnyard, berry, pale fruits. Taste is dry, light to medium sour, barnyard, hay, berry, lime, lemon, light spice. Tart, lemony finish. Light to medium body, soft to average carbonation. Tasty, funky, pleasant to drink. TimE (6494) - Tokyo, JAPAN - AUG 18, 2017
Big brett sour nose with oak, apricot and cherries. Creamy mouth, tart, oak, apricot crumble. Very refreshing. More tart than I would exepected, but great balance and depth sjogro (5539) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - AUG 12, 2017
Bottle at home. Hazy golden with white head. Sweet malts, dry malts, cow parsley, grass, hay, wild flowers, weeds, citrus juice, light brett. Light sweet and bitter. Medium body and soft carbonation. Juicy feel. Very nice.