Four Winds and Brassneck Collaboration Honeymoon Baby Tropical Saison

Four Winds Brassneck Honeymoon Baby


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  • Brewery: Brassneck Brewing Co., Four Winds Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Saison
  • Pros:

    Delicious tropical aromas and a unique mouthfeel

  • Cons:

    Flavours are very mild and subdued

  • Conclusion:

    Aromatic saison made with unique ingredients but let down slightly in the presence of flavour

Four Winds Brassneck Honeymoon Baby CanFour Winds and Brassneck Collaboration Honeymoon Baby Tropical Saison Review

Brassneck Brewery typically does not package their beer but for this one they’ve teamed up with veterans Four Winds Brewing to create a Tropical Saison brewed with rice and coconut.
The beer pours a cloudy golden colour with three fingers of dense, white head that leaves behind significant lacing on the glass. Aromas of tropical fruit and coconut dominate, along with mango and kiwi notes. Mild flavours of grain and subtle hay and grassy tones are present on the palate. There is a hint of sweetness, and pineapple, followed by a slight bitterness that lingers and leads into a mild funk. In the mouth the beer is light yet wheaty presenting an interesting contrast in textures.

Alcohol – 5.3%
IBU – 20
Size – 473mL

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  1. Mike
    Mike 16 June, 2016, 15:32

    why do breweries keep using rice and corn incraft beer? I don’t get it. It’s one of the biggest complaints about macro lol.

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    • Jeremy Nemanishen
      Jeremy Nemanishen Author 26 June, 2016, 17:54

      Not sure what the rationale of the rice was in this one aside from the cachet of pairing rice with coconut. That said, the rice should lighten the body I believe so it could be part of the reason this beer feels so light in the mouth.

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