Table Beer - Mystic Brewery
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4.21/5 rDev +9.6%
Appearance: 1 inch head, high carbonation, caution light yellow in color, clear
Smell: lemon, funk, hay, and Belgian spices
Taste: lemon, funk, hay, and Belgian spices
Mouthfeel: sweet and funky, light in body, high carbonation
Overall: Another really good Mystic saison. I love the lightness of this. Great sessionable summer beer. Nice and lemony.
06-24-2013 14:10:20 | More by tigg924
4.24/5 rDev +10.4%
Poured from a bomber into a tulip- pours a hazy golden yellow color with two fingers of frothy white head, good retention, some nice little streaks of lacing.
Smell is faint, but appealing- very farm-y. Earthy yeast and pilsener malt are at the forefront. A very slight aroma of dry noble hops.
Taste is subtle but not boring- same flavors are present as in the aroma. A little hops up front, followed by grainy light barley malt, then then finishes with the earthy yeast flavors.
Mouthfeel is very nice- super refreshing. Very light body (but still has that grain backbone unlike, say, the All Day IPA), modest carbonation. This is a really good session beer, not for getting drunk but for drinking with food and for refreshment on a hot summer day. I would highly recommend it, especially since it's only 6.99 a bomber.
06-01-2013 22:23:33 | More by Hopdaemon39
4.43/5 rDev +15.4%
Important to remember that I am reviewing this according to style. I enjoyed this beer on a nice warm day sitting outside while eating lunch on the porch. For that this beer is perfect. It has a nice pale straw color, deeper in the bottle there is some extra cloudiness from the yeast. Not much head in the pour. There is some nice saisony sweetness with strong lemony tartness to round out the flavor. As an everyday table beer this one has plenty of complexity and a great overall flavor.
07-27-2013 18:41:37 | More by N17shelfside
3.9/5 rDev +1.6%
Reviewed from notes over the weekend.
A- Split into a few pint glasses with an uber pale straw body. Just slightly hazy and a foamy white head forms to about a finger in height. Retention is decent and lacing is spotty.
S- Apple and fruity esters up front with some farmhouse yeast feel in the background. Light grain but mostly citrus and fruity yeast feel.
T- Apple, pear and citrus fruit notes come in nicely from the yeast strain. Also some good spiciness and an herbal/floral hop feel. Light sweetness and slightly tart.
MF- Ultra light body with a medium dry feel. Carbonation is foamy and on the higher side of things. Just a slight bitterness in the finish.
Flavorful and pleasant despite the lower ABV for a yeast driven style. Feels fruity overall and drinks super easily and refreshing on a 95F+ day. I'll have another bottle and add to these notes but to me it was a simple, sessionable Saison.
07-24-2013 01:29:55 | More by cbutova
3.9/5 rDev +1.6%
Many of their beer impress me, but they've had a few flukes here and there. However, their saisons seem to be good, and hopefully this being a "table beer" which the idea has been dying out, so this should be interesting. Batch #001
Pours a nice fizzy bubbly 1.5 finger head that starts to fade semi quickly but slows a bit, leaving just small spots of lacing, over slightly hazy lemonade golden yellow color.
Nose has a nice saison aroma, light farmhouse funk but very light, a nice rustic toasty wheat and a light pilsner like malt, nice grassy hay and touch of straw, a bit of a lemony aroma too, and the farmhouse funk brings a nice tart lemony aroma, almost like a good Fantome saison, or even almost like a very light lambic tart lemon, it actually reminds me somewhat of the good HIll Farmstead saisons.
Taste brings more like bready doughy yeast and malt characters, a little chewy wheat like, very light toasty blond malts, some juicy malt flavors, but too bready and doughy, and a little candy sweetness. Plenty of straw and grassy flavors, a light lemongrass, and more tart lemon flavors but not nearly the nice tartness the nose had, with a bit of the farmhouse funk but not a lot, hint of lemon rind, mild esters and touch tannic bitterness. Some bitterness from the saison funk, a bit of lemon rind, and seems like some light grassy lemony hops as well. Cereal grains start to make their way through as well, with the lemon peel starting to really push, like the lemon peel in a bad martini. Finish brings lots more of the lemon peel , more cereal grains, little sweet but dry at the same time, and slightly flemmy somehow, with a little acidic pop and hint of funk remaining.
Mouth is med to lighter bod, lots of carbonation forcing me to constantly burp.
Overall not bad, a nice tart funky aroma that lead me to believe this would be great, but the taste was a little bit of a let down from there. Still a nice rounded table beer with good characters, no real flaws other than the cereal grains and lemon rind getting a little overbearing eventually, but still drinkable, tasty, a nice saison character still there while maintaining a table beer style.
07-12-2013 01:38:23 | More by jlindros
Table Beer from Mystic Brewery
86 out of 100 based on 81 ratings.