Bruery’s Saison does everything you’d ask for in this style of beer.
An airy, almost gassy, yeast driven smell with a hint of mouldy bread wafts up form a frothy headed light golden beer.
There’s a blast of pear, peach and honey in the malts, presented on freshly baked crusty whole grain bread.
In the background lurks the yeast, providing a peppery, spicy dough and a light meaty mushroom body and just a hint of sourness that, couple with the sharp stinging nettle hops, makes for a beer with a sweet body and a sharp bitter finish.
Very nice indeed.
Source: Cotteridge Wines