Elder Pine Brewing & Blending
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Interesting but good
Pretty solid hot weather beer
Light feel, easy drinking. Short on hoppy or juicy flavors. Dry session IPA
B&O Warehouse, from a hotel roof, across from Camden. Humidity. Spring water. Fresh bread, in the oven. La Croix.
Lovin what EP is putting out. I could drink these all day
Very dry and effervescent, reminds me a little bit of a Brut IPA
Goes down smooth!
This is a style that is fairly new to me. I love it!
Pretty good balance for a Saison
Nope, Nope, Nope
Exactly as described, in a good way. Dry, effervescent, and very drinkable saison. The saison yeast really blends well with the dry hop additions to give it some super crisp, fruity notes. Overall, it has an almost champagne-like feel. Really nice.
Cleanest Saison I’ve ever found. Really impressed with the clean taste, good Saison flavors. Perfect effervescence
Very average beer. Tastes like any run of the mill IPA. It didn't knock me out of the park but it didn't make me upset. I'd take it if it was offered to me.
What an amazing saison. Not everyone appreciates this style, but this has just the right dryness, funk, and fruit. Elder Pine has made something special.
Very decent, serviceable beer
Bone dry is right baby! Coupled with lots of hops and farmhouse yeast, you get a hint of deisel/rubber in the aroma, reminiscent of a brett ipa. Mine wasnt fresh enough to benefit from the dry hop, but enjoyable nonetheless! A real nice session beer!