Boulevard’s Tank 7 had been a saison on my list for quite some time and finally I drank some of what Boulevard considers to be their best farmhouse ale. It poured a clear yellow, but as the yeast and sediment swirled about, it quickly became cloudy. Also, it had a thick, white head that had some retention and left nice Belgian lacing. The beer offered dank aromatics including lemon and other floral notes. As for taste, I first noticed the sweetness, some honey, and then a bit of spice, most notably cloves and pepper. There was some citrus and, surprisingly, mint. The finish was lasting floral. It had a light body with moderate carbonation and a dry, tingling finish. A little too dank on the nose, but overall, it was a nice farmhouse ale, probably more enjoyable during the summer months.