In this special beer tapping party post, we are going to get into another beer from the Ram Brewery. The beer is called Belgian Paradise. If you read my earlier beer blogs, you know the history of this brewery. If you have not, please, read the first part of that beer blog. Let us get into the beer.
This has hazel light amber color with a white head on the beer. This saison does not really have a smell but there is a slight melty to earthly farmhouse to it. The taste is leaning on the earthly side of the beer world. The beer has an amber saison Belgian taste. It is pretty drinkable beer.
Here is a descriation from the brewery:
Brewed in the style of a Saison, this beer is also known as a Belgian Farmhouse Ale. With this styel there may be quite a variety of flavor characters intermingled within this beer. A refreshing, medium to strong, fruity and spicy ale with a distincitve orange color, dry finish and a quenching acidity. To play off the natural spiciness of the yeast and the citrus character in the hops, we added some grains of paradise that will add hints of earthiness and spice 6.4% alcohol by volume.
Our signature bacon and beef blended patty, on Kaiser bun with mayo, sauteed crimini mushrooms, sliced Swiss cheese and house made maple onion ketchup on the side. Served with Fries.
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A grilled, seasoned turkey patty on a wheat bun with garlic mayo, smashed avocado, iceberg lettuce, sliced cucumber, and daikon redish sprouts. Served with Fries.
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In closing, I really enjoy this beer. it is drinkable and refreshing. This beer reminds me so much of Milwaukee Brewing Booyah, which is also a Saison. I really enjoyed the amber but fresh hoppy farmhouse taste to it. This is a great beer just like Milwaukee Brewing Booyah. I recommend trying this beer and sample it along with Booyah. Please, let me know your thoughts on both beers. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser