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Worthy Brewing Co.

Worthy Brewing Co.
"Farm Out" Saison Belgian Style Ale

Category: Saison

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 7.3%
90 Points
Gold Medal
Exceptional

Worthy Brewing Co.
"Farm Out" Saison Belgian Style Ale

Category: Saison

Date Tasted:
Country: USA
Alcohol: 7.3%
Brilliant light gold color. Delicate, spicy aromas and flavors of coriander muffin, caramelized root vegetables, and frittata with an even, crisp, bubbly, off-dry medium body and a tingling, amusing, medium-long finish conveying notes of honeyed nuts and dried fruits, mint soufflé, radishes, and microgreens finish. A wonderfully vibrant, spicy, and layered saison with lots to offer.

Tasting Info

Beer Glass Style: Malty, hoppy & spicy & complex
Aroma Aroma: coriander muffin, caramelized root vegetables, and frittata
Taste Flavor: Same as aromas with notes of honeyed nuts and dried fruits, mint soufflé, radishes, and microgreens
Bitterness Bitterness: Medium
Enjoy Enjoy: on its own or with food
Recipes Pairing: Duck Gyros, Chicken Vesuvio, Aged Gouda
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A wonderfully vibrant, spicy, and layered saison with lots to offer.

The Producer

Worthy Brewing Company

The Producer
495 NE Bellevue Dr
Bend, OR 97701
USA
1 541-639-4776

Saison

Beer Glass Large Tulip Gold.jpg
Serve in a Tulip
Saisons are pale gold to golden orange in color and range in alcohol from 5-8.5%. These beers have a lively carbonation, refreshing citrus and fruity hop aromas and flavors, and a lingering peppery, dry finish. Originally brewed as farmhouse ales in the Belgian province of Hainuat, these beers were first brewed in the early spring for summer consumption. Contemporary Belgian saisons are brewed year round with pale malts, and are well-dosed with English and Belgian hop varieties. In addition to traditional French and Belgian saisons, many US craft brewers have taken to brewing saisons that feature a healthy dose of American hops. Noteworthy examples of this style include: Brasserie Dupont Saison Dupont, Brewery Ommegang Hennepin and Allagash Interlude.