By: Jeremy Pott, Regional Operations Manager, Certified Cicerone®
With winter's gloomy grip on the weather loosening and the sun beginning to reign, we’re moving away from heavy and hearty brews.
Spring ushers in the time for Saisons. These beers were originally brewed in southern Belgium during the cooler months for consumption in the summer season.
Saisons are light enough to be thirst quenching with great character. Fruity and peppery on the nose with a mix of herbs, spice and earthiness on the palate. Quench your thirst with these great examples of this wonderful warmer weather style.
Farm Hand Saison
Sturdy malt backbone with notes of bubblegum, banana and cloves.
$5.99 (650 ml)
Crisp, mild sweetness and light coriander.
$7.49 (650 ml)
Powell River, BC
Four Winds Brewing
Nuanced notes of flower and spice.
$9.99 (4x341 ml)