So my past month has been spent in Laredo, TX. Â An empty void of good beer if I have ever seen one. Â Thank you Sierra Nevada for a keeping me going. Â But last weekend I made the three and a half hour drive to Austin. Â They have beer in that town. We went to The Draught House in the north part of town. Â Great bar. You can drink and play darts in the parking lot! Â People also brought their dogs and had pizza delivered. Â Like I said, "Great Bar." Â So on the way out of town I stopped at Whole Foods. Â There I piked up some Brooklyn Brewing beers, a 6-pack of Racer 5, an Ommagang Belgian Pale Ale, and a bottle of Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale from Boulevard Brewing Co. out of Kansas City, Missouri. Â (which is what I am drinking tonight) Â The Tank 7 is a fantastic saison. Â I wish I had bought more of this stuff. Â It has a really mellow nose of pale malts and yeast with earthy hop aromas. Â The beer starts out with a sweet taste then it becomes peppery and spicy; finely finishing very dry with a green apple after taste. Â That is a simplistic description of the beer because it is very complex and satisfying. Â I also taste hops, mushrooms, pears, wheat, sourdough... This is what I look for in a sasion. Â Complex, dry, and leaves you wanting more. Â Unfortunatly this is the only bottle I have and it does not reach Southern California. Â If you every come across this beer I say try it. Â Tank 7 is an excellent example of a world class sasion.