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RATINGS: 143   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.67/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
Fishermen enjoy a beverage while casting away. Whether fishing or imbibing, there are limits, whether it be a 5 leader or 5 liters. Saisons were brewed back in the day for farm workers with a 5 liter daily limit, a satiating standard that would allow for ample thirst quenching in any condition while still being able to complete the task at hand, both then and now. Our session-style Szechuan Brett was designed to do just that. Whether farming or fishing, a little lighter beer extends the limit, a little pepper spice provides a little more character without over doing. What ever you limit is, enjoy our Szech ’n Brett, have a good catch, we do!

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toxichop (598) - South Gate, California, USA - OCT 15, 2015
Pours a hazy yellow with a tint of brown and a one finger white head. S: A full assault of the brett and spices, rotting wood, cloves, a hint of lime zest and pepper. T: Rather light on the flavor, some limes cloves, herbs and pineapple. M: High carbonation and a light mouthfeel. Overall this is perfect for a hot summer day. Easy to drink with enough complexity to keep it interesting.

ACHops (1737) - Seattle, Washington, USA - SEP 30, 2015
On tap @ Beer Junction. Pours lightly hazy golden with thin white head that laces well. Aroma is light pale malt which is quickly overtaken by aromatic floral sourness with a decided white pepper note on the finish. Taste is similar - earthy, rustic, yeasty notes up front followed by a light but pervasive fruity sourness on the finish. Not my favorite style, but quite good for what it is.

andrewje41 (4761) - Kenmore, Washington, USA - SEP 27, 2015
Draft pour at Baileys taproom. Pours a thick pale yellow color with almost no head. Just tapped this so I got lucky. Huge bretty, funky, lemon aroma. Flavor is slightly tart up front, but sweetens out a bit. Huge Brett finish. Fun beer to try, and quite enjoyable.

Marheb (6355) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 23, 2015
Tellement de variation au fur et à mesure. Levuré fruité, savonneux, poivre moelleux, pointe d’acidité, jus de tangerine et poire dans un corps pulpeux et léger à la fois.

Reynolds314 (3472) - Connecticut, USA - SEP 13, 2015
Typical logsdon goodness. Cloudy pale color with fluffy white head. Aroma is floral, pepper, herbal, pineapple, and bread. Taste is bready light sweet with basementy brett. Palate is logsdon creamy soft to the extreme and actually too creamy feeling.

malrubius (3152) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - SEP 12, 2015
Bottle from Julios. Pale yellow gold with haze head and lace. Light spicy and citrus funk with a pleasant hint of lemon fresh joy. tropical fruit mild sweetness with grassy hay and mild funk citrus and spicy mild bitterness. Dry peppery finish. Light and soft carbo. Wicked fuckin excellent. Wife loved it too.

Huhzubendah (3776) - Washington DC, USA - AUG 28, 2015
Bottle shared by Michael T. Thanks man. Hazy yellow body with a quarter inch of white head. Aromas of tropical fruits, bubble gum, yeast. Smells and tastes terrific. Sweet, yet not overly so. Light to medium bodied. Nice grainy, bready character with a bouquet of mango, pineapple, melon. Lovely.

douglas88 (9890) - Portland, Oregon, USA - AUG 26, 2015
750 ml bottle. Pours a cloudy orange color with a large white head. A big fruity funky yeasty nose. Fresh noble hops, lemons, zesty, dry yeast. Funky. Interesting. Very good.

williamstome (2102) - Denver, Colorado, USA - AUG 23, 2015
Hazy yeasty gold pour. Very cloudy. Aroma of yeast, banana, hay and lemon. Flavor is a boatload of yeast, with barnyard, spicy and sweet.

ClarkVV (7099) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - AUG 22, 2015
750mL bottle, best before 5/2019.
Huge amounts of carbonation, though it didn’t gush, so that’s a big plus. Rocky white head atop a heavily carbonated copper-brass body showing good clarity.
Lemon-lime-like acidity in the nose is joined by vanilla, honey and perhaps a faint bit of lemongrass or chili. It’s rather punchy (by punchy I mean tangy and rather crude; full of strong esters) just like it’s friend sezoen brett. No alcohol or flaw.
In the flavor, it’s the same, lemon sponge cake, honey, cookies and vanilla; all sorts of malt flavors with big fruity esters and a fair amount of tartness from the brett. What I do like, however, are the spices. Maybe that’s just because I’ve never had a chili pepper brett beer before, but as much as I thought it would make this messy beer even messier, I actually think it helps counteract some of this fruitiness. Quite drinkable and I enjoyed it well enough, despite a lot of that being novelty. Highly carbonated, spritzy texture with a bit too much sweetness.

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