A: The pour is a cloudy golden orange color with an huge white head that eventually dies down and leaves some nice lacing.
S: The nose is driven by the cracker and bread malt aromas along with a strong yeast presence. Some light citrus zest along with some pepper and banana. Not all that much that says saison.
T: The flavor is similarly boring. The intense carbonation mutes what flavor is there. Again, this beer is mostly wheat bread and yeast (almost doughy) with a light citrus component.
M: Over-carbonated to say the least. The body is medium, but the intense carbonation is just a bit too much.
D: This is a rather mediocre beer. North Coast gets a lot of notoriety because of Old Rasputin and Old Stock, but I’ve found most of their other beers to be mediocre.