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Waterloo 1815

Innocente Brewing Company

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Total 1,383

Unique 1,204

Monthly 8

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5.7% ABV

20 IBU

(3.61)

1,098 Ratings

Added 06/13/15

Originally brewed for the 200th Anniversary of Napoleon's defeat at the Battle of Waterloo… Show More
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Jeremy C. is drinking a Waterloo 1815 by Innocente Brewing Company at Quinn's Crossing

Saison-y yeast flavour slight rye spice. Not too bad, I'd crush some more in the summer.

Purchased at Grand Bend, Ontario

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Tom Etienne B. is drinking a Waterloo 1815 by Innocente Brewing Company at La Panacée Brewing Co.

Orange, thin head. S: bubblegum, slightly winy. T: bubblegum, slightly acidic, a bit watery. I don't really like it.

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Chris C. is drinking a Waterloo 1815 by Innocente Brewing Company

I get some of the orange notes, but not toasted bread or pie crust. The black peppercorns hit on the back of the tongue!

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Cody C. is drinking a Waterloo 1815 by Innocente Brewing Company at Woodstock, Ontario

Just like the bottle says! Refreshing my Spirit aftet a hard day at Battle!

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Rob P. is drinking a Waterloo 1815 by Innocente Brewing Company at St Lawrence on the Park

Doesn't really taste like a saison or rye (although it smells rye-y). Forgettable.

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Trevor C. is drinking a Waterloo 1815 by Innocente Brewing Company at Woodfield Variety

This is ok. A bit metallic?

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