Les Grisettes, a Belgian-style Saison by Green Bench Brewing Co.

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Les Grisettes is a Belgian-style Saison brewed by Green Bench Brewing Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a tulip glass from a bottle.


The Saison pours a clear gold and is topped by a finger-width cap of white foam that holds briefly. A steady stream of bubbles rises continuously in the glass.


The aromatics are funky with a hint of lemon zest.

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Palate blends a bed of malts that are pure barnyard hay with flavors of tart citrus, pepper, and a dose of yeasty Brettanomyces.


The feel is crisp and effervescent with a light body and ample carbonation.


The taste profile could use greater intensity while its use of Brett is subdued. On the other hand, appropriate for a farmhouse ale, Les Grisettes makes for a nice session beer; one that’s refreshing and oh so easy to crush.

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