Driftwood Farmhouse Saison

While American craft beer continues to grow by leaps and bounds, it's seeing a big boost north of the border as well. Driftwood Beer in Victoria, British Columbia is a great example, and their Farmhouse Saison might be your best point of entry. Made for warm weather days, their interpretation of a farmhouse ale uses a long-grain bill and freshly-ground black pepper. They also use Ardennes yeast from Belgium to bring about the banana and clove flavors familiar to Saison fans.

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