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Logsdon Organic Farmhouse Ales Seizoen

Logsdon Organic Farmhouse Ales is another new brewery in Hood River, Oregon.  Their focus is to create authentic Belgian style Saisons with Organic ingredients.  They, deservedly, have been garnering a lot of buzz and praise around Portland.  Their Peche ‘n’ Brett won a Gold at the World Beer Cup.  This brewery is quickly gaining a reputation for an insane level of authenticity, even going so far as to import a bunch of Sharbeekse cherry trees (Belgian sour cherries) which will eventually be used to create a Kreik.  Needless to say, I was excited to try their main beer: Seizoen (using the Flemish spelling).

Appearance: Hazy orange with a solid white head.

Aroma: Fruity esters, spicy with touches of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, lemon and honey.

Taste: Malt balance with a mouthful of spice.  Earthy, funky.  Refreshing.  The high carbonation level really scrubs the palette.

Overall Impression: This beer is highly carbonated, so watch out as you’re pouring it.  This is a wonderful beer.  It screams authentic farmhouse.  I also liked the beeswax seal.

Availability: Western Oregon in better beer stores (rarely on draft).

8% ABV

You can read more reviews of Logsdon Organic Farmhouse Ales on my page dedicated to them.

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