Beer Review: THE BRUERY SAISON TONNELLERIE

Beer Review: THE BRUERY SAISON TONNELLERIE
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Introduction

The Bruery’s latest addition to their lineup, the Saison Tonnellerie, promises a venture into the realm of Belgian-inspired saison ales. With a distinctive twist, this brew boasts a 100% fermentation process in oak barrels, hinting at a traditional touch reminiscent of original Belgian countryside beers. As we approach Spring, the timing seems perfect to explore this sophisticated and rustic creation.


Appearance: The Saison Tonnellerie pours into the goblet with a mesmerizing cloudy gold hue, crowned by a persistent and tight white cap.

Aroma: A sensory journey begins with notes of musty basement, intertwined with hints of grain, low herbal hops, and a touch of herbal spiciness.


Taste

The Saison Tonnellerie unfolds a palate-pleasing experience, featuring spicy fruity yeast, intertwined with barrel tannins. The journey culminates in a slight earthy finish, leaving behind a subtle, inviting tartness that lingers on the taste buds.


Mouthfeel

Delivering a medium-bodied profile, this ale comes alive with a lively and balanced carbonation, enhancing the overall drinking experience.


Overall Impression

In the realm of Saisons offered by The Bruery, the Saison Tonnellerie stands out as a remarkable standout. With a 6.7% ABV, this brew managed to knock the socks off the reviewer. Positioned as a personal favorite and a potential contender for the “Bruery Fave Five,” it comes highly recommended. If you happen upon the opportunity to savor or secure a bottle, the advice is simple: don’t let it slip away. The Saison Tonnellerie is a testament to The Bruery’s prowess in crafting beers that leave a lasting impression.