A couple of pints at Brennan’s in Berkeley during some NFL games. On the left, Speakeasy’s Untouchable IPA (a 2 of 4), and on the right, Allagash’s Saison (a 3 of 4). Both are extremely highly carbonated, I’m assuming owing to Brennan’s tap system. The speakeasy is all sweetness and citrus. Not that bitter in the body, but a bit more earthy and resinous there. The malt sweetness tends to dominate the body in a mostly generic way - not a lot of caramel, nutty, or other nuanced notes. Allagash’s saison is a classic (yet not shown up here yet), and it’s a bit brighter and thinner than most. Smells as you would expect - lots of wheat and spice and floral notes and some faint lemon. Drinks cleanly - the body is a bit thin and unremarkable, but not problematic. Easy-drinking and delivers the belgian qualities you’d expect in a nice package.