Seizoen Bretta - Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
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4.75/5 rDev +10.5%
great brett bouquet and taste. balanced, perfect on a summer day. large head. tasted at stone brewery on a warm day. slam dunk farmhouse ale from a boutique oregon producer. noted, much more enjoyable during the day in the sunshine. tried once at nite after a few other beers, lost it's steam in a bar setting.
03-13-2013 01:59:17 | More by allan
4.46/5 rDev +3.7%
A - Mostly clear light caramel, except for the bottom of the bottle - gets murky. HUGE head, thick, whipped, like whipped cream. Slow to leave, with tons of cling lace.
S - Sharp apples, juicy fruit, tangy and tart in the nose. Malt secondary.
T - Nice. Barn yard, with tart apples, tropical fruits and a nice malty backbone.
M - Medium body, great carbonation, nice balance.
D - Alcohol well hidden. I would drink this for quite some time.
03-11-2013 03:09:21 | More by srandycarter
4.34/5 rDev +0.9%
750ml bottle poured into a tall wine glass.
The beer pours a lovely copper color, hues of straw, orange peel, very hazy complexion with a lovely 3 finger white soapy head that has great retention and leaves behind a wonderful network of lacing. The aroma is superb, lots of yeasty funk, citrus, light banana with some playful berries, light alcohol and pale cereal grain. The flavors are really nice, lots of zesty yeast, bretty funk with nice floral elements that bring out some citrus and berry fruit with an earthy grain laden finish with a bit of alcohol that lingers behind. The body is nice and lively, rich and full, coats the mouth very nicely with a lightly creamy, albeit prickly, finish.
Verdict: A stunning Saison from Lodgson and one of the more impressive American made beers for the style. The balance is wonderful, artfully complex, while remaning very quaffable. A joy to drink.
03-09-2013 02:36:41 | More by kevanb
4.61/5 rDev +7.2%
750ml, BBD 11/2017
HF wine glass
A: Hazy, bright yellow/orange. Finger layer if bright white. Sticky lacing sheeting. Really beautiful brew.
S: Nose is nice and sweet. Get that barnyard funk, but also the sweetness if the pear juice etc. smells of wheat too. Citrus hop aromas. Fresh wheat.
T: Nice funk in the sip. It's very well crafted. Good bit of light spice. Some fruit from that pear juice. The hops are good and fruity. Dry finish. This is fabulous.
M: Body is medium.
03-05-2013 15:28:37 | More by inlimbo77
4.55/5 rDev +5.8%
Seven-fifty trucked back from the promised land, dosed out into a Hill Farmstead wine-style glass. Slight, slow gusher, gorgeous golden amber - hazier with each pour - with a full bone white head, long retention, and some lace. Nose of lovely fresh-hay brett, dried herbs - sage, stone fruit skin, pear, roses, dried fruits - lemon, papaya, mango, cleanly malted and mildly hopped. Lively, palate cleansing carbonation, light bodied. The overriding flavor of cleanly funky brett does great things on a crisp pils malt body. Immediately pops into a drying, dusty vitamin-c funk with flavors of dried sage, lemon, hay, and stone fruits weaving in and out. Sat around six months no worse for the wear - a thoughtfully executed beer.
03-03-2013 04:12:00 | More by blackie
Seizoen Bretta from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
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