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Hill Farmstead Clover

Hill Farmstead Clover

Rated 3.225 by BeerPals

Brewed by Hill Farmstead Brewery

Greensboro Bend, VT, United States

Style:  Saison

6.5% Alcohol by Volume

This is a limited edition beer


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Clover (2005-2014) was a grey cat. Simple. Yet, a few moments with her quickly revealed an independent, playful, occasionally subdued and reflective personality, one that held sway where she might roam. Clover was our compatriot, our guardian of grain, our huntress and our muse. We did not own Clover; she graced our presence. In her honor, we mindfully blended barrels of Ann, Art, and Flora that had been aged for 12 to 22 months—guided by her lingering spirit towards a beer of elegance, grace and patience. As often as our Clover would, this beer took its own path and its own time to become what it is now; an effervescent, refined reflection of both our melancholy for her departure but, most importantly, our joy in traveling with her for a while.

ID: 104519 Last updated 1 week ago Added to database 1 week ago

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Most noted beer attributes

sour 100%
woody 100%
vanilla 100%
jam-like 100%
citrus 100%
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Statistics

Overall Rank1
Overall Percentile100
Style Rank1 of 1253
Style Percentile99.9
Lowest Score3.9
Highest Score3.9
Average Score3.900
Weighted Score3.225
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CHOPZ 7115 reviews
    rated 3.9 1 week ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 9

    Bottle ($95 US) from the brewery - Easter 2024 trip with a waxed cap. Lightly hazy, a white small head, average retention and a little lacing spots left on the glass. Funky, sour aromas with a touch of citrus, oak woodiness giving vanilla notes. The mouthfeel is wet with a puckering sourness, mild dryness and tart left on the tongue. Lots of fruits in the taste (citrus, stone fruits, tropical fruits) and the hints of wood-vanilla. Very nice to try this limited-to-one bottle per customer, and probably the most expensive beer I have... and will ever purchase.

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