Just tasted homoeccentricus' Citra Saison.
Fresh and young, which means yay Citra, but also hmmm saison?
I liked it a lot, with a few minor buts. Citra was dosed just right, and paired quite well with the wheat. That being said: wheat has a tartness which I often find distracting. In this case, it left me wanting for something more than only Citra to pair it with.
Interesting beer in that it was obviously very dry, but not empty (except for my remark about the Citra-wheat combo). Yeast presence was maybe not as pronounced as I'd expected, but I gather he fermented slightly cooler than I did, making for a cleaner, wheatier beer.
This is an excellent quencher at this stage: fresh and refreshing, light without using the dreaded "crisp" word. Perhaps not as saison-y in yeast profile, but after a hot day of harvesting, I'd gladly dig up a jug of this and wash away the chaff.