Surfine saison is a blond high fermentation beer, 3 times refermented (the latter is a "spontaneous fermentation), finally bottle-fermented, unfiltered, not pasteurized.
It is made with three different malts, three Belgian hopping, three different yeasts and well water.
The taste is a floral green and hopped flavor. Fresh and floral flavor, lemon (zest) hopped bitter and fruity, with a dry aftertaste. In short: a nice fresh & hopbittere thirst quencher.
Alcohol content: 6,5%
Surfine was from 1930 to 1955, the most popular beer from Brasserie Dubuisson, albeit as amber Speciale Belge. When brewer Hugues Dubuisson anno 2013 came across the old "vintage" logo, he immediately was sold, and the beer was brought back on the market, but now as a blonde saison. The label gives the look of that time again and carries the "Belgian Family Brewers'- & 'Belgian hop' logo.