Brasserie DuPont Saison (6.5%)

This is an old classic and with good reason as this is a seriously good Belgian beer.
The cork popped with an apple and cereal mist and the beer poured a lovely light amber with a fluffy cloud of a head.
The flavours are long and rich and lovely.
Honeycomb and fresh baked biscuits, a touch of pepper and a hint of tangy lime zest.
There’s that signature Belgian yeast flavour, a soft metallic tang, that lately I’ve been enjoying more and more.
This is all topped off with a gorgeous lengthy bitter green hedgerow hop finish, all blackberry leaves and rosehip bite.
And with the 750ml bottle I’ve got another glass to look forward to.

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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