Saisons are in. Saisons are hip. It's as simple as that. So far, no one has come up with a good explanation as to why this very traditional Belgian farmhouse style has suddenly skyrocketed in popularity amongst the in- crowd of the beer geek nation. Except, of course, for the fact it's simply a very delicate drink in all of its refined simplicity. But we've committed a sin. We couldn't resist. We poured our Amager Saison variety into a barrel. We hope the soft tannins from the wood and the noble Pinot Noir grapes add a juicy extra twist. By doing so, we may bring the wrath of Saison fundamentalists upon ourselves. But frankly, we don't give a damn! We're not proud to be sinners, but at least we're open about it
This amber saison reigning from Denmark is skyrocketing among beer lovers everywhere. It’s typically a delicate drink with refined simplicity though the Amager Bryghus sinners got ahold of it and added in some Amager Saison variety. Noble pinot noir grapes add a delectable, juicy twist. The aroma is that of wine grapes, a bit of citrus, and a small hint of caramel. The body has a medium thickness and is easy to drink with a dry finish.