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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Number of Ratings: 688

Style: Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Brewed In: 6 Village Center Blvd, Milton, DE 19968, USA

ABV: ?

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Tasting Notes

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FabAru profile pictureFabAru - January 3, 2021
Warning on the 2017 series: includes shitty Brettanomyces. What this means is you better like a dominant sour funk. Thats the main character of the beer. Boo! A horrible waste.
jameslipari profile picturejameslipari - June 12, 2017
Spice profile is pretty over the top. Perhaps to be expected from Dogfish Head, but a less heavy hand would have made this worlds better
GumbyBadger profile pictureGumbyBadger - April 10, 2016
Lovely and light. Fruity. A great session beer.
malcolmhouse profile picturemalcolmhouse - April 15, 2015
Grows on you with each sip. Will drink this heavily
bears1985 profile picturebears1985 - January 10, 2015
Very interesting very strong piney aroma. Nice white head slight mucky golden color. Sweet Malt with rosemary thyme sage taste. different good profile - November 29, 2014
Interesting In good way. Spicy nose not bitter at all, mildly malty
Eric M Anderson profile pictureEric M Anderson - November 27, 2014
One of the best Saisons. Tart but not sweet and the herbal been throws off the chalky wheatiness if most Saisons.
jjswizz profile picturejjswizz - November 5, 2014
Fresh tasting with a very nice Rosemary smell.
Tisen90 profile pictureTisen90 - October 15, 2014
Dangerously close to 5/5. I was caught off guard by how good this was. Solid mouthful of hops and a variety of different spice accents with some citrusy and some herby notes. The stone influence is definitely present in the great balance of hops, and victory leaves its mark with some citrusy saison spices. It's harder to tease out the Dogfish Head influence, but I think DFH did most of their work in the malt backbone when I really focused on it. profile - October 5, 2014
Interesting, kind of tastes like a roasted chicken dinner
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