Mystic Will o’ the Wisp

Mystic Will o' the Wisp

Tonight I’m headed out for the evening, so I’m keeping the review short and sweet. This past weekend I tried Mystic Will o’ the Wisp, an autumn-themed saison brewed with rye and brown sugar.

The brew poured with a magnificent head – thick and almost chunky. I found the beer to be surprisingly drinkable, with a medium-to-light body and a 6.6% ABV. It’s dark in appearance, but doesn’t taste dark. In other words, if you closed your eyes and drank this, you’d probably think it’s as light colored as any other saison.

In the flavor department I was hoping for more than what I got. This twist on the style had promise in description, however I found that the rye and brown sugar were lost in the other spice flavors associated with a saison. I drank the whole 750ml and didn’t dislike it by any means…I just didn’t find it particularly interesting or unique tasting.


Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.