Saison

Saison (French, `season,` sɛ.zɔ̃) is a broadly defined pale ale that in modern versions is generally around 7% abv, highly carbonated, fruity, spicy (sometimes from the addition of spices), and is influenced by Saison Dupont Vieille Provision. As a beer style it originated from beers brewed during the cooler and less active months in farmhous.....
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saison

a Belgian beer typically amber in color and top-fermented. At least 90 days of bottle conditioning is called for in this beer, that has a noticeable fruity flavor and alcohol percentage of about 5% by volume.
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Saison

A type of Belgian Ale, pale in color, with a high carbonation level and an abundance of fruity esters. May be spiced.
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Saison

Artisanal farmhouse ales brewed in Belgium and France during the winter or spring to high alcohol content which allowed them to be stored or enjoyed throughout the summer. They are yeasty, fruity, dry and slightly acidic in flavor. Saisons are refreshing and thirst-quenching despite having a relatively high alcohol content. Commercial examples incl...
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