The Lazy Saison is one of Lazy Magnolia's four current seasonals, available during the Spring. It's a Belgian-style saison with minimal bitterness and a robust 8.9% abv. You might be able to find it on tap, but you should definitely see some in bottles when the release rolls around.
And on to the review...
Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Brenton Day (The Ale Runner), Chuck Pierce (Me And My Big Mouth), and Buddy Ethridge.
Serving: 12 oz. bottle.
Appearance: Deep golden and a little on the clear side for a saison.
Aroma: Funky with some bubble gum sweetness. Brenton thought it smelled a little boozy and Buddy thought it smelled a little spicy.
Taste: More bubble gum sweetness with some fantastic spice at the end.
Mouthfeel: A rather unique finish, easy drinking despite the abv, but it disappeared a little after the first hit.
Overall: This isn't a bad beer at all, but it seemed more like a Belgian tripel to us than a saison. With its strong abv, this could get really sneaky if you bring it out to a crawfish boil next spring, but I also think it would really pair well.
Overall Rating: 66.75