As the years roll by, the United States is slowly developing a repertoire of favorite beer styles. Hoppy ales are by far the dominant strain in American brewing, but a few other types have managed to stake out pockets of the market. Unexpectedly, one of these smaller winners is the exotic, alluring saison—about as far... View Article
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Blogs - The Beer Bible Blog - Web Only February 24, 2015 - Jeff Alworth
Beer Talk May 1, 2012 - - -
Brasserie Dupont Tourpes, Belgium Imported by: Vanberg & DeWulf, Cooperstown, NY Straw color with a dense creamy head. The nose is alive, like fresh bread, estery with citrus and spice notes. Full-bodied and malty, it sparkles on the palate and finishes with hop and citrus. ABV: 6.5 ABW: 5.17 COLOR: Golden BITTERNESS: 25 ORIGINAL GRAVITY:... View Article
Full Pints - Stylistically Speaking September 1, 2003 - K. Florian Klemp
The French word for season, saison, has become a stylistic designation to distinguish a group of beers from Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium. Today, these historically seasonal ales are brewed year-round. Saisons present a complex character that is both aggressive and subtle. Unmistakably Belgian and unequivocally rustic, they beckon exploration.