Saison De Lente - The Bruery
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4.36/5 rDev +9%
Big bottle poured into Unibroue glass. *This is my first beer from The Bruery
A- Light goldern color. No sediment on first pour. Tall fluffy white head.
S - Light citrus, farmhouse yeasts. Subtle
T- Very well balanced saison. The farm house yeastiness is the star of the show, but still mellow and inviting. No harshness or sharp edges on this one. Really peaks mid palet and fades quickly inviting you in for another sip. Slight sourness, but just for fraction of a second.
M- Very drinkable and smooth.
O- This is a super well put together saison. Not in your face or "showy". Easy drinking and enjoyable. I picture taking this to a the park, spreading a blanket, and consuming with some cheese and meat.
06-17-2014 22:31:18 | More by PBRmeasap1980
4.14/5 rDev +3.5%
Overall taste is nice, and it plays a lot on the pallet. Lemon, with a very slight orange peel texture to the flavor. You get the sourness on the nose, but very little in the taste. The Belgian yeast comes through, not much like other brews from american style Belgian beers. I don't get a feel that this beer is a saison, very small character comes through. A very slight hoppy feel, very slight.
Overall a nice saison, good overall, but I've had better from The Bruery.
06-01-2014 05:42:22 | More by Celtics17
4.13/5 rDev +3.3%
Pours a warm hazy goldenrod with a big beautiful beige head that is very active and lumberingly settles from three to two fingers. Excellent retention; isolated sticky lacing.
Sweet and bready. Light floral aromas with doughy yeast, tangy bright wine, leather.
Funky, dry, and refreshing. Earthy and vaguely sweet up front with an almost lacquer-like dryness in the middle and an herbal, barny, funky finish.
Medium body with nice carbonation and a dry character. Medium finish and very drinkable and enjoyable.
Really interesting take on a Saison.
This is a nice beer all around and is just different enough to really establish itself in my mind. Pours looking gorgeously Belgian and features a delicious and complex nose. The beer is a pleasure to drink and tastes as Saisony as I think it could. There is the tiniest tinge of Brett in the aroma and flavor, but it is just a hint.
Would certainly have again; well worth looking for.
05-29-2014 01:22:07 | More by TheDoctor
Saison De Lente from The Bruery
90 out of 100 based on 1,126 ratings.