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RATINGS: 283   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.38/5   IBU: 30   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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Lomaland is Belgian-style saison that’s both complex and quaffable. In keeping with the farmhouse tradition, Lomaland is brewed with barley, wheat, and corn, giving it a complex and delicious malt body that pairs beautifully with food. Czech Saaz hops are added in the kettle to give it a lightly grassy, peppery note and just enough bitterness to cleanse the palate. It’s distinctively rustic, earthy aroma comes from the unique blend of traditional Belgian yeast strains (95% Dupont/5% Westmalle) we use to ferment it.

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3.5
   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 5/5   OVERALL 13/20
Bartzilla (623) - La Mesa, California, USA - NOV 6, 2013
Smells good, tastes kind of peppery. Drinks super easy. Gets a good mark for style points, though there’s nothing groundbreaking here. I suspect that was the intention of this beer. Might be the first time I’ve had a saison from a can. Didn’t bother with putting this to glass other than to inspect the appearance. Pounding this 4 pack like nobody’s business. I’ll most likely get this again for school nights, like this one. $10 a 4 pack is a little unsettling, but it’s good enough to be worthy.


3.2
cmacklin (1273) - Lethbridge, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 10, 2017
473ml can. Pours a cloudy blond with a large, frothy, long lasting, white head that laces nicely. Aroma of wheat, lemon peel, floral, pepper and yeast. Sweet flavour of wheat, orange, lemon, corn, bread, floral, pepper and yeast with a dry, bitter grass finish. Light to medium body with a smooth, oily texture and average carbonation. Nice.

3.7
Heidbummer (811) - SCOTLAND - OCT 4, 2017
Taster MT North Park. Pale yellow, grassy herby aroma, soft. No head. Dry and peppery taste , not much grassy herby taste. Kinda a farmhouse lager, but that's not a criticism. Goddamn drinkable, mainly due to a really good mouthfeel. Atypical but good.

3.2
BillKismet (4103) - Seattle, Washington, USA - OCT 2, 2017
Golden body with a full, lathery cover. Zesty, yeasty. bready profusion greets the nose, with perhaps some soapy notes. Grassy body with some herbal hops and liquid bread undercurrent. Toward the finish, a banana-lemon note lingers on the palate.

3.9
6bottlepack (509) - Devon, ENGLAND - SEP 17, 2017
Can from Hops and Crafts Exeter. Pours clear lemon/pale gold with a white head. Aroma of hay,straw,banana,clove & fresh bread. Taste is more hay,banana,fresh doughy bread ,farmyard & lemon. Light bodied,smooth yet perfectly carbonated. The finish is dry with spicy pepper ,farmyard,hay ,doughy bread,banana & lemon. A well made easy drinking saison!

3.4
jake65 (3983) - Meridian, Idaho, USA - SEP 17, 2017
Can. Pours a bright golden yellow pour with a mountain of white head. Very clear, but clouds up a touch with the last pour. Aroma is a light earthy note with some yeast. Tastes of lightly sweet fruity yeast, some earthy floral and dusty farmhouse flavors.

3.5
IndianaRed (4936) - Boise, Idaho, USA - AUG 29, 2017
On tap. Light golden with a thin quick white head. Light and subtle French/ Belgian yeast character. Sift farmhouse flavors and a light body. Subtle and tasty

3.7
devinejp (9) - - AUG 29, 2017 does not count
UPDATED: AUG 29, 2017 The first saison I've ever enjoyed. Nothing off putting, and the rounding off of the light fruity flavor was pleasing. Nothing jumping out.

3.5
M4grem (88) - North Carolina, USA - AUG 22, 2017
Really good basic saison. Not too tangy and has a great mouthfeel. A bit of spice but refreshing. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.7
explosivedog (1504) - Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - AUG 22, 2017
1 pint can. Pours bright yellow. Lemon, passionfruit, minerals, peach, bread, light funk, pepper. Nice light body. Very refreshing and tasty too.

3.1
jefcon (1921) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - AUG 19, 2017
Low gravity and chewy. Lots of grains and the beery Saaz hops are fresh and crisp, which helps cut through the wort. Yeast and corn contribute to the heaviness of the beer, which has a rye-like bread component.


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