Arthur - Hill Farmstead Brewery
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4.75/5 rDev +9.7%
Location: DiCicco's Armonk
Appearance: Pale to straw yellow. Little to no head. Hazy and very difficult to see through.
Aroma: Sour yeast. Slightly vinous. Apples/Pears. Light on the wheat.
Flavor: Again that sour flavor kicks more flavors of lemon then that apple/pear.
08-27-2014 19:40:22 | More by KornWallace
4.5/5 rDev +3.9%
1809th Review on BA
Bottle to HF Wine Glass
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App- When I poured this out to me it was the color of a melted butter. A slight yellow with some haze behind it. The head was about 1/2" and very fizzy. However the head did leave a great cling and sticky lace.
Smell- Right out the gate, this just screams the fields of Belgium in the summer. Grassy, herbal, floral and some good yeasty notes. A well layered saison smell with some clean notes to blend and balance the aromas. A bit of sweet note as well.
Taste- A well flavored saison which backs the aroma quite well. Floral, tart, and a bit of a lemon flavor contributed from the aroma IMO. A small bit of wheat on the back of this one. Very small white pepper note.
Mouth- A light to medium body with a light and fizzy carbonation level. Residual tart and floral notes with that small lemon and pepper on the finish.
Drink- Ill keep this brief. So crushable! Easily couldve done another bottle!!!
08-25-2014 21:04:54 | More by FosterJM
4.95/5 rDev +14.3%
poured 750ml bottle into my Duvel.
A - Pours hazy, deep straw yellow with a nice 3 finger white head. Retention is excellent and there is plent of lacing all over the glass.
S - Aromas of citrus, lemon/lime, and floral notes. There is breadiness from the pale malts and some grassy/earthy notes followed by hints of spice and funk.
T - Quite citrusy, with lemons, limes, and oranges. Floral and earthy hops along with grassy notes fill in with a bready or cracker like malt. Just a bit of spice and funk on the finish.
M - Light and crisp with fantastic carbonation. Quite easy to drink on a warm summer's eve.
O - Easily the best Saison that I have had and it has everything I want in one. What a treat and I am lucky to have tried it. Now I want more!
08-24-2014 15:14:34 | More by Ri0
Arthur from Hill Farmstead Brewery
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