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29th January 2021

Solvay Society release their Table Saison, Minimise in can for the first time

Their sessionable 3.2% table saison with fine haze and notes of bubblegum is a favourite among their core range

Solvay Society’s Table Saison Minimise is back in stock and available in can for the first time.

This is Solvay Society’s first release of 2021, its apt to be a saison considering how successful their saisons were in 2020 with more and more people opting for lower-alcohol session beers in lockdown. This follows their special release of 2.8% MF Petite Saison Little Abacus last June.

The label reads: “A table saison, comprising subtle spicy notes, full of rich rustic grain flavours and dry-hopped with traditional German hops is the perfect way of delivering this, all at a perfectly session-able ABV. Minimising alcohol and maximising enjoyment.”

The last release of Minimise was a part of Solvay Society’s first foray into using contract brewing and packaging with their partners. The new design debuted but that batch remained in bottles. This first canned batch follows on from their first can release a Sabro & Brett Tropical Stout 8.20 last May.

Solvay Society are now in full swing of their Pay It Forward Crowdfunder to expand and relocate their brewery next door to their taproom site to create a Leytonstone Belgian Brewpub.

They are now aiming for their stretch target to add an extra tank to their expansion after meeting their initial target of £5000 in only 24 hours.

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Minimise, Table Saison 3.2% – (available from 9am 29/01/21) – RRP £4.60 440ml can – please get in touch with if you’d like samples. Please find hi-res images below.

About Solvay Society

Belgian born, London brewed. Solvay Society was founded in 2014 brewing modern Belgian beer on the London-Essex border. Their founder takes inspiration from his Belgian heritage but has been a Londoner for over a decade. Roman uses his scientific background and PhD in Physics to make modern Belgian beer, focusing on the invention and the art of taste.

Press release from Solvay Society

Contact: Roman Hochuli,