It’s funny that people usually mouthhugs to Michael Jackson’s acclaimed Biere de garde when most modern beer de grades are so divergent from this iteration.
Fantastic caramel Belgian blonde aspects interplay with mild saison pear and lemon musk. A classic, an example of the moving target that is the current state of American vs north French interpretations of a style.
A fucking 88 on BA. Lol.
Crushable, slightly off putting mineral aspect, but fantastic white grape and moscato merging with nectarine in the finish. Dry mouthfeel but nice biscuit chewiness to the middle. Awesome beer albeit a bit steep at $13.00 for the 500ml.
That farmhouse swagger doe. Shout out to uncle Luke. Shout out to OK crew.
U guize I bought this book and now I am fully prepared to brew authentic Wallonia-inspired saisons out of my condo.
Not the prettiest Mormon in the tabernacle choir, but lots of personality,
Hoppy citrus meets grassiness with a creamy mouthfeel that washed away clean albeit a bit resinous. The carb is wispy and lacking but I suspect the growler gasket might be the culprit for what would assuredly be an incredible experience fresh off the tap. This leans towards an incredibly hoppy Biere de pays or a table beer, perfect after a hard day of working those hands tilling in the Daredorm.
After aging in Kikoman barrels, this beer will be all ready for DLD
This is their best hoppy offering I have had to date. Turbid with a creamy mouthfeel, orange and tangelo, tangerine with a resinous dabs closure like you be hittin that vape. Intense stickiness to the mouthfeel with a grapefruit pith finish imparting some acidic dryness.
Refreshing but substantial, hitting that Aristotelian DIPA mean.
Well I guess this is farmhouse funk.
On the real tho, lotta farmhouse up in this palatial estate.
How tickers Finna do they farmhouse top 5’s and not mention them Hands?
Gonna be sweating microflora for days.