Frank's 2nd beer, a Saison fermented with a blend of 3711 & 3724:
This is great, also no flaws. I don't know these yeasts enough to discern different Saison yeasts, but yeah this was 100%.
My notes as I review them:
First impression: bold yeast notes. Obviously, it's a Saison yeast and that initially stands out strongly. Curious as to fermentation temps.
On the pour: I get a really nice head of foam and a lot of lacing on the glass afterwards.
Not knowing the ingredients, I get really nice blend between the flavors of yeast, some honey, a bit lemon and then a very subtle and clean malt and hop flavor. I get a dry finish, very clean. It's like a bright finish with the lemon, honey and hops, and then whatever the malt is, it's very complimentary.
Underneath it all is a earthy finish, I can only assume this is from the hops as well.
I would say as much as the honey, hop and lemon flavor stand out, the malts are light and so there's really nice balance here. It's more of a savory beer, I definitely took my time drinking it.
Cheers Frank, again, this is 100%.