Dark yellow. Hops, floral and citrus notes on the nose but an aroma of bread reveals the use of Champagne yeasts in the making. Smooth and rather light on the palate, the intense flavour is sharpened by the tangy acidity and rounded by the 7% alcohol. There is a nice touch of honey in the finish.
Pale yellow with a milky haziness and generous, lasting foam. Intense nose of exotic fruits, notably mango, hops and hints of white pepper. Light taste, low alcohol (3.9%) and a fair amount of bitterness make it a very refreshing beverage that goes down easy.
An ale aged on lees that features a dark yellow, slightly hazy colour. Hops clearly dominate on the nose. This is a light beer, refreshing and thirst-quenching in the "saison" tradition.
A lasting rim of foam crowns the dark brown liquid. Malty on the nose with caramel and roasted hops notes that persist in the rich mouthfeel, filling the palate with tasty, unsweetened dark caramel. An ounce of bitterness energizes the finish.
Light copper tint, lasting foam. Citrusy hops dominate the bouquet. The limited acidity and carbonic gas bring a feel of softness to the tasty mid-palate. Moderate bitterness keeps it fresh. Lasting aftertaste of malted barley and wheat.
Hazy yellow/light brown. Fresh nose of intense hops and white clover developing wild flowers notes. Quite bitter with a light body and good acidity, this is seriously refreshing on the palate. Good persistence too.