This little 750 ml beauty comes from Brooklyn Brewery. One of the brewery’s regional sales reps and I were discussing local distribution on the East End of Long Island at an event back in the spring. He mentioned that some accounts were dropping their Brooklyn tap lines because they “weren’t craft enough.” This struck me as odd at first, but then I understood. Once a small upstart brewery, opened in 1996, Brooklyn Brewery can now be found in 25 states and 20 countries. This means your favorite sports arena, restaurant and even gas station probably has at least one of their beers. Some of their beer is contract brewed outside of Brooklyn, but this doesn’t turn me off one bit. Their Brooklyn Lager is one of the best, widely-available beers out there, and their small-batch brews almost always impress. This saison is named after the rare Japanese hop variety “Sorachi Ace.” This hop was originally developed for…