hopwine (670) - brooklynzzzzz, New York, USA - AUG 18, 2014
Gorgeous cloudy straw, with beautiful abundant white head. Sweet floral nose. Flavor is same plus spicy yeast, earthy herbs, wheat, honey, mild bitterness. WheatKing (1338) - Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA - APR 17, 2013
98 percentile atm and I still consider this under-rated. Pours hazy light amber, small but lasting head. Aroma is floral, lemon, mild citrus, brett. Flavour is tangerine-like, effervescent, earth, peach. Finish is a bit of lemon and straw. First beer with flowers I’ve liked, if it were cheaper it would become my regular go-to summer beer. Bule (2239) - California, USA - AUG 16, 2014
750ml Bottle pours a very hazy pale brown/yellow color with a lot of frothy head. Wow. Amazing balance of flavor. A little marmalade, mild sweetness. Love the way it looks. I've got the barrel aged version to try too, and can't believe it could be better than this.
BEENJAMIN (290) - Portland, Oregon, USA - SEP 1, 2013
Pours a brightly hazed golden hue with a white head that lasted through. Tree bark, lemon lime zest, and an earthy floral aroma. First thing I noticed in flavor was the juicy hops and the dry finish. The complex flavors changed throughout the bottle. What a fantastic Saison. BDR (2534) - Roseville, Minnesota, USA - JUN 7, 2010
Thanks to Skyview! Lovely piles of white head over a hazy orange body. Subtle citrus aroma with delicate floral hints. And the yeasty funk of a good saison. Juicy orange flavor, tangerines too. A little peppary.
mattbrews (6) - Beaverton, Oregon, USA - APR 7, 2010 does not count
750ml Bottle. Upon opening, the beer couldn’t wait to get out of the bottle. It was a good thing I was paying attention, because it was coming out whether or not I was going to pour it. It poured a nice orange color with a big fluffy head. The aroma was spicy, floral, and yeasty. A great bitter flavor that is full of spicy yeast. Very dry, which I enjoy a lot. A great beer that would go great on a hot day. AmEricanbrew (6878) - Same Trailer, Different Park, Louisiana, USA - JUN 13, 2010
Bottle. Almost clear medium gold color with lingering rocky white foam. Earthy dry brett, lemongrass, spicy herbal citrusy aromas. Frothy light mouthfeel. Intense floral, herbal tea flavors with citrusy lemon lime, dusty pale malts. Crisp, dry, spicy hop finish. Excellent fucking beer. Beerlando (3342) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JUN 27, 2010
750ml bottle. The pour yields a hazy, glowing, golden-amber tinted body with a tall, billowing mass of rocky, off-white froth. Excellently retained, the foam takes forever to settle, leaving thick, cloud-like clumps of lacing all over the glass. In short, it’s truly a thing of beauty. The nose is like a breath of fresh air, enticingly soft, delicately spiced, and expertly crafted. Clean, almost creamy cereal grain malt provides a subtle backdrop for notes of lemongrass and softly peppery wildflowers. There’s just a wisp of citrus rind there for acidity, while dry, doughy, slightly minty yeast keeps things sharp enough to make the mouth water. Flavors don’t disappoint, proving equally prodigious in construction. An initial lemony crispness provides the dry acidity needed to cut through the richest of foods, followed up closely by soothing, lightly sweet notes of graham cracker, cracked wheat, and ultra-fresh cereal grain. With the finish comes the dry, zesty wildflower spice, as well as that somewhat minty yeast character that is becoming an Upright calling card. The palate is initially creamy yet appropriately light, with a soft but lively carbonation and a dry, tingly endpoint. This is a stunning beer. Fans of Fantôme Pissenlit will, I dare say, find this to be a marked improvement over that classic brew. Drop dead gorgeous stuff that I only wish were more readily available. callmemickey (4561) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 10, 2010
UPDATED: JUN 9, 2012 A: Orange-apricot body with a massive white head. The body is a bit cloudy and the head is thick and fluffy with superb retention. Sheet like lacing down the glass from start to finish.
S: Rich floral/herbal notes up front. Fresh grass, tea like notes from the flowers, a bit of funk, and a nice green apple tartness in the back end. Truly impressive.
T: I’ll be honest, the first sip was a disappointment. I think I spent so much time sniffing the beer my tastebuds weren’t quite ready for what was to come. With each progressive sip layers of flavor emerged. Grass, earl grey tea, flowers, some spice, horse blanket, green apples, honey, lemon.
M: Smooth, light bodied. Perhaps a touch thin for the flavor profile. Good carbonation. Clean, refreshing finish. Nice low ABV saison.
O: This is a f’ing impressive beer. When it comes to floral saisons it manages to outclass the incredible Southampton Cuvee de Fleurs... I have a bottle of Four and Seven in the fridge... if they come anywhere near this I will have to consider moving to Portland. corby112 (2804) - philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 12, 2015
Pours a very hazy dark golden orange color with tangerine edges and a two finger white head that slowly settles into a lasting ring. Spotty lacing left behind.
Very floral aroma with funky saison yeast, earthy hops and light fruit. Musty straw, grass and flower petal along with some honey, farmhouse yeast, apricot apple and pear.
On the fuller end of medium bodied with delicate carbonation and an excellent balance of floral, citrus and farmhouse notes. Floral with subtle peppery spice and dry farmhouse funk. Grass and straw notes along with earthy hops and strong citrus. Orange peel and grapefruit juice with flowers, spice, bread and dry, funky yeast. Really well balanced, refreshing and very easy to drink. I enjoyed this beer very much.