Described as a Petite Saison, this is almost entirely lips King in anything of note.
You can just about discern an aroma, but you really have to try hard to find it.
It’s honey and spice and it’s almost nonexistent.
The malting is watery and bland, some caramel and some wafers, and if you really concentrate you might just about find the earthy Saison yeast flavour whimpering in the background next to the apologetic hops that can barely be bothered to even mumble about their lemon and herbal bouquet that’s neither here nor there.
The finish is thin and damp.
Source: The Beer Hawk