First of all, this beer has one of the classiest labels I’ve ever seen, so if you’re headed to a friends’ house who you want to impress – whether they know anything about beer or not, I’d recommend this one.

The beer pours a nice clear golden straw color with a three finger head and some nice lacing.  Head retention isn’t stellar, but the carbonation is good.  I’ve let mine warm up a bit, to about cellar temperature (~55 degrees F) which seems just about right for this beer.  It really brings out a nice corn and grain smell with some spice.  There isn’t really any funkiness to this beer like I’m used to with the Belgians, but it definitely has some Farmhouse character.  I’m probably getting some pear and cider notes from the yeast. Read more on illmakeyouadrink.com...



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