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RATINGS: 101   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.37/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
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A refreshing summer beer, dry, with a distinct tartness and spiced flavor.

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4.2
DocLock (11110) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 8, 2005
On draft at the Main Line Brew Fest. I was served this one by none other than Chris LaPierre himself, who is a heck of a nice guy. Pours hazy gold with big head. Aroma of malt, fruit, spice, candi sugar, floral esters. Has a solid, very complex saison taste, with a smooth, bold finish. Wonderful.

4.2
hopdog (13102) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 23, 2005
On tap at Wilmington as part of their Belgian Beer Fest (brewed at the West Chester Location). Nice break from the previous Quad & Oak Aged Quad I had before this. Poured a darker orange/amber color with a small white head. Aromas of apples, yeast and other fruits. Fruity tasting. Lightly tart. Refreshing.

4.2
User37895 (3085) - - JUN 6, 2007
Poured a golden color, slight amber hues, mostly golden yellow. The head was nice, lacing good. The aroma was nice citrus, bready, slightly floral. The flavor was wonderful, refreshing bready, citrus, peppery, other fruity aspects. Mouthfeel light to moderate for the style. The bready peppery combo was excellent for the summertime, despite this not being as complex and over the top spicey like a Fantome, just a great lawnmowing beer for those that want good stuff even for such tasks / activity. Two thumbs up here, really enjoyable.

4
santos999 (318) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 6, 2008
Tap at Earth. Clear gold with a thin white head. Floral, spicy aroma with pepper, clove, ginger, grass, and bubblegum. Fully yet dry taste with grass, dirt, spice, and bubblegum. Delicious!

4
closey22 (2109) - Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, USA - AUG 16, 2013
At Voorhees. Cloudy gold little rimming off white head; semi sweet semi tart aroma, notes of alcohol; Flava is rich of sweet malt with yeast funkiness notes of licorice; feel medium thick with nice fizziness;finishes dry slightly bitter with some hop notes

3.9
Cletus (6368) - Connecticut, USA - JAN 19, 2008
Pours gold with a white head. Smells of perfume, meadows and hints of citrus. Tastes of dry malt, citrus, touches of pepper and hay. Very enjoyable!

3.9
adrian910ss (2597) - Doylestown, PA, USA - AUG 18, 2008
On draft at the Wilmington location. Pours a cloudy yellow gray gold with a creamy medium sized white head. Beautiful aroma of earthly hops, light spice, fresh yeast and citrusy funk. Taste of fresh earthly hops, light funky citrus, spice and yeast. very nicely done.

3.9
brokensail (16670) - Dublin, California, USA - OCT 10, 2011
A: The beer pours a hazed golden color with a big white head.

S: A nice lemon peel aroma and a subtle fruity tartness. Pale malt and bread with a few spice notes, too. Quite fruity overall, perhaps even a little bit tropical.

T: The flavor opens up with lots of sweet tropical fruits (guava and pineapple) and lots of citrus such as grapefruit and tangerine. Some bread and pale malts, and a bit of pepper and yeast, too.

M: Medium bodied with medium to high carbonation.

O: This was a really nice saison. Great fruit flavors without having too much spice/pepper to it.

3.8
Shag (3047) - Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA - APR 24, 2005
A yellow/orange appearance. A nice sour and citrus aroma. The flavor consists of peaches, pears, almonds?, and orange. A good musky backdrop to it all. A rather tame Saison as they only wanted to serve them in 20oz glasses but its still good.


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