Tag Archives: Saison

Donzoko Brewing Co. Endless Graft (9.8%)

For my birthday the other week I bought myself a bottle of 3 Monts’ Saison, one of my favourite beers. It’s a classic, doing exactly what you want from a French Farmhouse beer. And lo and behold, this “Dry Hopped … Continue reading

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Poppyland Brewery: The King Is Dead, Long Live The King

From the moment I first came into contact with Cromer’s Poppyland Brewery, on holiday in North Norfolk, I fell in love. Martin, the brewer, owner, main man, had been the curator of Cromer Museum and the host of many North … Continue reading

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A Lovely Pair From Signature Brew

Festival Saison (4.8%) With its light but unmistakable yeast fug, and with a wash of Yuzu and melon from the hops, this is a very nice little Saison. The aroma mixes wafts of distant farmyard sweet silage with sticky apricot … Continue reading

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Burnt Mill Brewery Tribute Of The Hills (6.4%)

This Kveik Farmhouse Ale has been brewed with Lemon Verbena, honey and rice, along with US and Antipodean hop varieties, and all this makes for a terrific beer. There’s a lovely warm and damp woodland fungal funk rumbling away under … Continue reading

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Solvay Society: Belgian Inspired Beer From London

Minimise (3.2%) is a Table Saison, and it’s far better than I was anticipating.
In fact it’s really rather good.
A sticky caramel and brown sugar, wholemeal bread and honey malt body gives that beer plenty pf backbone, while German hops provide … Continue reading

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