CALL US: 603 777 663

STATIONARY STORE: ul. Długa 24, Chorzów

Logo Sklep Impuls Alkohol Czech, Polish Craft and Import beer

Three Buddies SAISONATOR – Imperial Saison

Three Buddies SAISONATOR – Imperial Saison


Out of stock

We got caught up in something really powerful.

Imperial Saison is nothing more than a super strong version of the Saison style, a beer that was traditionally brewed on farms in Wallonia, the French-speaking part of Belgium. The beer was supposed to hydrate and strengthen the seasonal reapers.

We decided to strengthen the prototype more than three times, pour a lot of American and Polish hops and take care of sufficiently long aging.

We received an extremely complex and ultra-fruity beer with the aroma of peaches, apricots, pears, cloves and herbs. The taste is basically an extension of the aroma balanced with appropriately high bitterness and warming alcohol. Despite its power, the Saisonator is very light in reception, so we recommend taking small sips… We would certainly not serve such beer to seasonal workers.

First brewing: July 2016

Ingredients: water, barley malts, wheat malt, sugar, hops, yeast.

Container Vol.

Bottle 375ml



Original Gravity

24 BLG


Imperial Saison, Light


70 IBU


Equinox, Palisade, Centennial, Columbus

EAN 5905669479219

Interested in wholesale offer? Contact us.

More products from Trzech Kumpli

PRODUCENT -  Trzech Kumpli

Our approach is very simple. This is how we started and this is how we will always brew. Beer is always in the first place for us - it must be of the highest quality. Brewed without haste, carefully thought out and refined. Without any flaws. Exactly what we would like to drink ourselves. Our ambition is to boast world-class beer. How do we do it? First of all, we use the best quality ingredients - excellent malt, super aromatic and maximum fresh hops from the USA, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. Our yeast gets perfect conditions for a healthy, turbulent and clean fermentation, and the immaculately clean and devoid of oxygen-killing bottling completes the work. Simple, right?