RATINGS: 20   MEAN: 3.48/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.39/5   EST. CALORIES: 204   ABV: 6.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
It’s about your everyday man. The dirt underneath his fingernails is not just a constant but a comfort. He wakes and dawns with the sun, he farms his own land, and he brews his own beer. Not just any beer, a traditional Belgian style Farmhouse ale. In Door County, hard seasonal workers forged our heritage. Pastoral is a celebration of the seasons and the land—from farmhouses past to fields present. Both refreshing and dry, with hints of pepper, citrus and green grass, the recipe is not just about the beauty in simplicity but also the pride in tradition.

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Drake (14110) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 10, 2016
Keg at Mobcraft, 8/24/16. Slightly hazy golden amber, thin fizzy white head, good retention. Aroma of yeast, bubblegum, caramel, citrus, mild nutty notes. The taste is yeast, spice, bubblegum, eggnog, citrus. Medium bodied, lingering spice, well balanced, interesting.

3.2
charule (2299) - New York, New York, USA - MAR 12, 2016
Bottle from friend who visited brewery. Poured yellow gold with white head. Aroma sweet hay barn. Light carb med bod. Tastes light bitter astringent grains.

3.6
JK (6332) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - DEC 22, 2015
Bottle. I was surprised how good this is. Haxy dark yellow color. Light, airy palate. Dry aroma, yeast, pepper. Dry flavor also, more yeast some spices and moderately hopped. I get under ripe plum in the after taste. Good.

3.4
tmoreau (4681) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - OCT 22, 2015
On tap at Weisgerber’s Cornerstone Pub in Bailey’s Harbor, WI., just a stones throw from Door County Brewing. Dispensed to a shaker displaying a hazed, golden hue, with abundant, fluffy/soapy, white head foam, and frothy cling to the lacing. The nose was light yeast, soft wheat, lemon, a touch of banana, hints of spice, with a little sweetness. Light to medium bodied, with decent carbonation, the taste was similar notes as the aroma, plus low hop bitterness, and a touch of rind-like astringency. As a fairly sessionable Saison, less the hefe-like, banana hints, and would have appreciated more peppery phenolics.

3.8
6ROW (473) - corpus christi, Texas, USA - SEP 14, 2015
Great example of the style , no faults found. Drank on a trip to door county.

3.2
Travlr (26300) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - AUG 27, 2015
Bottle. Hazy golden color, medium white head. Aroma of peppery coriander and orange peel. Taste has lightly spiced and earthy citrus. Decent.

3.4
Carlisle (841) - Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 9, 2015
Bottle. Cloudy straw color with thick white head and substantial lacing. Fruity yeast aroma. Orange citrus and dry yeast. Body is a little watery. Dry finish. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

2.7
jaymobrown (1845) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 31, 2015
Super light with a grass nose. Dry mouth and bitter. Long finish. Didn’t think this one pulled off.

3
dekester1 (370) - Town of Maple Creek, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 21, 2015
Poured a slightly cloudy goldish amber with a huge head that stayed the course. Aroma was of pine and citrus. Taste has a strong citrus/piney front end with a malty backbone. Palate was decent. Overall a decent traditional ale.

3.5
MaltOne (400) - Wisconsin, USA - JAN 25, 2015
Pours slightly cloudy, pale gold. Frothy, lasting white head. Malt, yeast, slightly sweet fruit aroma. Flavor follows the aroma with more fruit forward. plus faint pepper and grass. Palate is particularly nice, flavors are nicely balanced and easy on the palate with a hint of farmhouse style funk, but with a more substantial chewy quality, and a slight hop bitter finish. Very nice. Definitely do this again.


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