Pours cloudy golden-yellow, pale-orange. Mango and white pepper on the nose. The barrel influence is definitely present on the palate along with the residual yeast, hinting towards a tart, light white wine with the white pepper rushing back onstage during the finish for a welcome curtain call. This was drank as part of a ‘wine’ and cheese pairing event for my Dad’s birthday and I highly recommending it with a triple creme cheese like the one with which we paired it. Thank you Beau’s and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Pours cloudy dark amber-brown. Notes of toffee and crème brûlée on the nose. The palate is smoky and reminiscent of Rauchbier with much more sweetness. The finish is velvety smooth and pleasant. Recommended.
This beer truly is the perfect balance between a Belgian saison and a hoppy IPA. Hint of cloudiness in the golden yellow colour. Hoppy banana and big league chew bubble gum on the nose. Creamy on the palate with pleasant bitterness creeping-in from the edges for a long finish.
Cloudy yellow. Classic Belgian saison nose of yeast with hints of citrus zest. Tart on the palate with a medium body and a slightly creamy sweet finish.
Fresh & yeasty on the nose & palate. The Belgian influence comes through loud & clear.
Golden yellow; distinct Belgian sweetness on the nose and palate with a hint of banana.