RATINGS: 624   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.49/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
Unfiltered in bottle, filtered in keg.
Ingredients: Water, Barley malt, Wheat (20%), Sugar, Yeast.
First brewed in November 2009. Top-fermented blond bottle conditioned beer. Urthel Saisonnière has a wide range of rich aromas and a subtle bitter taste. at 6.0% abv it is a thirst-quenching beer with a "bite". It produces a beautiful foam head due to the 20% of wheat. To fully enjoy Urthel Saisonnière, first pour half the bottle, then give it a twist (3x) to release the yeast and the wheat from the bottom and then pour the rest of the bottle into the glass.
World Beer Award 2010 for Europe’s Best Seasonal Pale Ale

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boFNjackson (4201) - Portland, Oregon, USA - APR 25, 2012
Bottle @ The BeerMongers... Poured golden, pale/yellow with a thick white head. Nose had hints of hops with spices and yeast. Clean, easy drinking. Palate was quite dry and refreshing. Hints of honey, malt sweetness, husky wheat, grassy hops, earthy tones, mild esters, and more yeast spices towards the finish.

troopie (2341) - Munchen an der Willamette, Oregon, USA - APR 19, 2012
Bottle. A bit hard to define. Not a saison, not a blonde, but a very good beer. Aroma is honey and spice. Wheaty and malty flavour. Some spice and coriander in the finish

HopfenWeisse (1536) - - APR 18, 2012
UPDATED: MAY 16, 2012 330ml bottle from Bierzwerg. Hazy golden colour with 2 finger white head. Aroma is wheat, citrus. Flavour is yeast, citrus, fruity

mrhoppy (1288) - Santa Clara, California, USA - APR 17, 2012
Saison? My Ass!! More like a German Pilsner Weisse. If there is such a thing? I really don’t care for most PISSners. Sômnky, ugly and unpleasant. Rubbery. Honey. I dist PISSners. Stinky, ugly and unpleasant. Rubbery. Honey. I dist PISSners. Sômnky, ugly and unpleasant. Rubbery. Honey. I didn’t like their Hop it either. I think they us

Forsberg_dk (258) - DENMARK - APR 17, 2012
33 cl bottle, pours golden with a nice head, aroma of fruit, grain and yeast, taste follows the nose, light drinkable, bit watery palate, ok overall.

olio (10286) - Tampere, FINLAND - APR 15, 2012
33 cl bottle @ Bruges.
Rated on 20100715.
Pours hazy amber color with medium head. Aroma of spices, fruits, soap notes, yeast and herbal and some floral notes. Flavor of spices, yeast, fruits, hints of malts and herbs.

BobEvers (370) - NETHERLANDS - APR 12, 2012
fles 33cl Kleur: licht geel, niet geheel helder en een mooie witte schuimkraag. Geur: fris, hoppig, niet erg speciaal. Smaak: redelijk bitter voor zo’n fris uitziend bier. De bitter blijft ook lang hangen. Ergens is iets zoets, maar dat is niet uitgesproken. Prikkelt op de tong Lekker bitter

MaartenRF10 (1950) - Wageningen, NETHERLANDS - APR 12, 2012
Bit hazy, light oragne yellow beer, white head. Not very tasty and a bit watery. It’s a bit like a triple light. Some yeast, some sweetness and bitterness and light frutiness like banana or something. Not impressed...

nuplastikk (6289) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - APR 12, 2012
11.2oz bottle. Hazy pale yellow-tan-orange. Nice fluffy off-white head. Herbal, grassy aroma, nice interplay between the hops and yeast. Grassy and herbal, kind of what US spice bomb Saisons go for and fail miserably. Luscious champagne effervescence. Grassy lemon tones. A really great Blonde or Saison. Smooth, almost medium bodied. Super drinkable. Peppery hop presence lingers in the aftertaste. World Class, delicate, great beer.

iammarc (385) - Inverness, SCOTLAND - APR 11, 2012
Tap t’arendsnest Amsterdam. Blond pour, good stable lacing. Alcohol is absent from the aroma. Floral nose. Vanilla, fruity taste. Very good.

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