HonusWagner (2191) - Florida, USA - SEP 25, 2013
I’m assuming this is the base beer for Premium, as it resembles that beer quite a lot in several ways and has the same ABV, though it has American hops rather than Saaz so perhaps not. Beautiful yellow with a rising bubbly carbonation and sticky head. Aroma light lemony citrus character, hints of grassy hops, pils malt evident. Taste is lightly sweet, bitter finish, lemon rind character prevalent in the front, carbonation level not exactly where I’d like it but otherwise this beer hits all the right notes. Mega drinkable, great beer to buy a sixer of and drink in a session. Fascinating stuff, another great offering from Stillwater. javiercrasher (603) - Granada, SPAIN - JAN 21, 2017
Cítrica, ligeramente ácida, un poco especiada. Refrescante y de final seco. Como saison no tiene intensidad, pero para beber por litros. BB 2017/03 BEENJAMIN (290) - Portland, Oregon, USA - OCT 18, 2013
The session beer to end all session beers? I could drink ten of these. A subtle brett quality all the way through giving you a classic bubble gum citrus pear aroma and flavor coupled with fresh grain and earthy hops. Currently my favorite session ale in a can at a stupidly affordable price. cpetrone84 (1810) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 12, 2014
Pour is pale yellow, transparent with a creamy white head. Nose is super floral, loads of hop and nice clean grain to balance. Taste is so easy to drink, lots of floral hops and nice smooth grain bill. High carb, tight, dry. Excellent. Stine (1793) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - AUG 18, 2014
Lovely dandelion blonde pour; heavy carbonation evident and the white cap is persistently replenished. Super crisp pils malt with wildflower honey, dried grasses and chlorinated, mineral water nose. Subtle tones of apricot, and mint from the intrigue of quiet hops. Delicate esters twinkle here and there.
beernbourbon (1593) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - SEP 30, 2014
The flavor is dry as cobwebs a century old, or some moon rock mineral dust. Dried flowers, pencil shavings, dry maize and saltwater biscuit pils malt form the substantial body. The smacking, bitter dryness following raw green herbs. Gruyere rind level dry finish, with some mild funk being the only true flavor left to compete.
Eminently drinkable in its construction of healthy texture and high-treble crispness, in the goddamn stratosphere.
Can(s). Pour is cloudy yellow with a large, rocky white head. Aroma is spicy and dry with hints of pale malt and light black pepper. Flavor is full with loads of floral and spicy hop notes along with a clean dry finish. This is an amazing beer and at this ABV I am very impressed. Wish it was a little less pricey but this has still been my go to beer for months now. My current favorite low ABV beer. Love this stuff. mrol (332) - - MAY 20, 2015
Draft. Pours yellow gold with a white head. Grainy malts, and fruit, a hint of lemony citrus. Very drinkable. ryan (3186) - Beltsville, Maryland, USA - MAY 31, 2013
Super hoppy nose with citrus and herbs, some light honey and a touch of past. Taste is very dry, moderately bitter, lots of herbs and fresh citrus, somelight juicy sweetness at the end. Fantastic stuff, could drink all day. malrubius (2930) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - DEC 24, 2013
Can from Decicco Ardsley. Pale gold with chill haze fluffy head and lace. Lemony grassy pastry aroma. Very refined apricot fruit sweetness with grassy citrus rind medium very dry lingering bitterness. Light but not watery. Effervescent. Well attenuated for low abv thanks to specialy grains that I would have rejected had I read the description first. Fucking excellent. drpimento (3673) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - OCT 4, 2014
The commercial description is a little confusing but as a saison it's very good. Hero yellow color off-white long-lasting had with good lacing. Faint spicy yeasty aroma. Bitter dry yeasty slightly lemony tangy flavor. Great body. Not bad but a bit heavy on the bitter.
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