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Brewed by the Dubuisson Brewery, Surfine, is a traditional Belgian saison. They use three malts, three Belgian hops, and three types of yeast to give us this saison.
Appearance: Tangerine colour, with a thick white head.
Aroma: By now that farmyard funkiness will be familiar, however there is also spices (black pepper, clove, coriander), and citrus fruit there with a hint of ripe banana. With some sweetness from the malt.
Taste: It is quite dry up front, with bitterness, but this isn’t overpowering, this fades to a combination of the spices with sweetness. The flavours are quite complex, but they combine well.
Mouthfeel: The level of carbonation gives a nice buzz to the tongue, but it’s quite bright and refreshing.
Saisons originated with the rustic farmhouse ales of Wallonia, a mostly French-speaking region of Belgium. Bière de saison was brewed during the saison froide (cold season) for consumption during the...
Pours a cloudy golden orange, with a big pilowy white head, which slowly deflates to a lingering lace. A full aroma of spice, malt sweetness and a certain unmistakable eathy...
Re-brewed as a spring seasonal, this beer – which appeared originally as an Equity Punk shareholder creation – retains its trademark spicy, fruity edge. A perfect blend of Belgian saison...