Great Divide. Colette

Jun 15, 2020 | saison


Award winning ales tend to last the test of time and Colette Farmhouse Ale is no exception. Great Divide Brewing has been producing this beer for over a decade and the result is still wonderful. Holding all the characteristics of a saison, the smell hits you with banana and clove aromas from the yeast. A bready and slight funkiness follows. The taste fills the mouth with sweet malts balanced with some tartness and lemony hops. A slight spicy black pepper finishes up on the end. Colette makes for a great alternative Summertime craft beer, if you are wanting something a little different from a crushable gulper.

7.3% ABV  |  Denver, CO

Description from the brewery:

COLETTE is our homage to the saisons that Belgian farm workers have enjoyed for centuries. Brewed with barley, wheat and rice and fermented at high temperatures with a special blend of four different yeast strains, COLETTE is fruity and slightly tart, with a dry finish that makes it that rarest of treats — a beer as refreshing as it is complex.

Great Divide Brewing Colette Farmhouse Ale Craft Beer Can

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