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RATINGS: 84   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.43/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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We’ve been hard at work on a recipe that includes – you guessed it – seven different grains. Let’s see if I can name them all: barley, wheat, rice, oats, corn, rye and...spelt. Yep, I think that’s it. The result is a perfect summer beer. It’s about 5% ABV and displays a nice fruity yeast character that finishes dry and slightly hoppy. It’s seven kinds of wonderful!

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3.7
BOLTZ7555 (3127) - Phoenix, Arizona, USA - SEP 22, 2010
Sampled @ GABF! Nice crisp, earthy, spicy representation. 10 karat gold color with a small ivory head. Aroma shows lots of lemongrass, rye, yeast, and wheat. Flavor is similar with a very dry finish. Pretty good.

3.3
swoopjones (7020) - Buffalo, New York, USA - SEP 21, 2010
GABF 2010, liked this one immediately a lot and as i had a second i seemed to like it less and less. light colored straw pour. perfumy, pot pourri aroma & flavor. Soap dish. Some fruity yeast, dry finish. decent

3.8
JohnnyJ (5569) - San Diego, California, USA - SEP 17, 2010
Draft at the brewery. Golden yellow pour, frothy white head. Grain, bread, lemon, peach, pear, and finishes with some earthy hops. I really like the grain profile in this, very rustic. This is good.

4
popery (2231) - San Francisco, California, USA - SEP 16, 2010
Very good light saison. I’m a big fan of lower abv saisons, and this is a very nice example. The beer pours a yellow gold with a big white head. The aroma is mostly bright, clean malt with some vegetal and earthy notes. It’s fairly mild, but that’s no surprise in a saison of this size. The taste has a great grain flavor. All of the different grain notes blend nicely together to a pleasant, refreshing beer. It’s mildly sweet for a saison. The light yet creamy mouthfeel is the most striking aspect of the beer. It’s full and lush, particularly for the abv. Excellent beer.

4.1
badlizard (5533) - Berkeley, California, USA - SEP 14, 2010
Hazy bright yellow with a creamy white head and champagne carbonation. Sweet fruity grainy aroma. Bright lively palate. Tastes of pear apple mild banana and bread with a crisp dry finish.

3.9
KornDogg (570) - Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 7, 2010
Subtle sweet aroma, light golden body with thin head. Subtle bubble gum flavor due to the sweet yeast, very dry finish and slightly bitter aftertaste

3.7
Mora2000 (6158) - McKinney, Texas, USA - SEP 2, 2010
Thanks to bu11zeye for sharing this growler. The beer pours a light yellow color with a white head. The aroma is pretty basic saison with some wheat, yeast and lemons. The flavor is lemons, oranges, yeast and wheat. I don’t get too much funk from the beer, it is more of a fruity saison. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation. Pretty good basic saison, though not as good as Saison Rue.

3.7
brianjames1 (539) - Northridge, California, USA - SEP 2, 2010
On tap at Churchills. Golden yellow with medium white head into tulip glass. Aroma of yeast, spices, and a hint of lemon. Mouth feel is very smooth with moderate carbo. Taste of spices up front and finishes with a yeast taste. Great beer.

3.6
blutt59 (6579) - Dallas, Texas, USA - SEP 2, 2010
thanks to bu11zeye for this, clear golden color with bubbly foam, sweet grainy lemon aromas, flavors are smooth, sour grain, wheat , wildflowers, dry finish

3.6
tokyogoat (1503) - San Diego, California, USA - AUG 13, 2010
A really good saison, best from the Bruery yet, extremely dry, hints of coriander and white pepper. A good representation of style.


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