MrBunn (2848) - The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 9, 2013
Bottle. Pour is a cloudy gold with a medium head and intriguing aromas of orange and lemon zest, white pepper and a little hay. Flavor is similar but clean and refreshing. It has quite a bit if zingy citrus to it which makes it pretty interesting and just enough spice to give it a little bite. I liked this beer quite a bit, especially considering the low abv. can8ianben (1576) - State College, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 18, 2013
Golden color. Opens sweet and finishes dry. Aggressively hopped which ends up hiding a bit of the Belgian yeast. Still, really cool beer right here. Very tasty. kchampagne (173) - Jacksonville, Florida, USA - MAR 8, 2014
Had this one poured out of the bottle. Light spicy notes in the aroma and a head that dissipates quickly. The flavor is mild compared to most saisons, but that combined with the moderate ABV definitely allows for it to live up to its name as a session beer. Extremely refreshing and easy to drink. I believe that accomplished what they were trying to do with this beer. Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - MAR 22, 2014
Reviewed from notes.
The appearance has a hazy pale golden yellow body with a two finger white foamy head that sticks around for most of the beer, some light sticky lacing is left in rings.
The smell has a citrus/lemon coming through with some light pepper and a bit of mint shows up after a bit of warming.
The taste has all of those previously mentioned flavors coming through in an earthy flavorful way, earthy aftertaste and finish.
The palate is light to medium, sessionable, adequately carbonated for the style and for me leading to a nice smoothness all around.
Overall, I say this is good for the style and very good to me. radagast83 (8476) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - APR 22, 2014
Bottle - I’d had this before, but I finally just got a chance to buy a fresh six pack this year. This one poured a hazy straw color with a medium-large white head. Aroma was light wheat notes, sweet light citrus character with some coriander, and pepper notes. Flavor was light, sweet grain, pepper, spice. Pretty enjoyable, light and refreshing. Easy to drink and about perfect for Spring.
mfp13jr (186) - Glenville, New York, USA - MAY 19, 2014
Light slightly hazy yellow with plenty of fluffy white head. Smells of light coarse grain with a hint of lemon, ever so slight. Taste follows the nose with more grain, which is misleading because this beer is clearer than it tastes. Jayb0 (1218) - Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA - JUN 10, 2014
I’ve been liking this a lot. nice spritzy head with lacing. Very bright, sharp and dry up front and then the peppery spice comes in followed by a bit more herbal character and finishing light and somewhat lemony. A beer in three cohesive parts. And a low ABV keeps it refreshing. j12601 (13123) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - OCT 3, 2014
Bottle. Pours a hazed golden amber with a thin white head. Lemon and spicy citrus on the nose, grain and musk. Medium bodied, lemon and musk. Spicy yeast into the finish. Very tasty.
pilgrimoutlaw (888) - Wayne, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 3, 2013
UPDATED: MAR 21, 2013 On tap at brewpub. Pale clear gold with white head. Rotten eggs dominated and ruined this for me. Wheat, lemon, pepper, floral. Moderately bitter. Light, crisp body.
Bumped up the score for the bottle. What I took for rotten eggs in the draft is like something else in the bottle. A tad disagreeable, but not awful. A lot of grapefruit as well as well as some butterscotch. Bumping up my score on this one. I’m starting to dig this as a session beer. daveshawley (271) - Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 3, 2013
12 oz, chilled, poured into a pint glass. Pours a light straw color with a smallish crisp white head that dissipates almost immediately though small bubbles rise continuously. Aroma is a mixture of grass, barnyard, clear lemony citrus tones, and a nice hit of pilsner malts. The grassiness comes through in the taste along with some lemon followed by some piney notes hidden in the bitter. The finish is crisp and dry with a little bitterness.