For a few years Terrapin has been doing "Side Projects", and I've recently enjoyed Side Project #14, Tomfoolery. The beer lives up to its name, in that it's lighthearted and fun. If you're looking to be blown away, as you would have reasonably expected if the beer had been named Hopfoolery or Big Tom, you'll be disappointed.
Terrapin bills the beer as a "black saison", and that's what it is. Pours nicely, completely opaque, with a pretty sticky creamy-white head. Smells slightly spicy and fruity, but in a light way that belies the color. When you sip it...ah, there's the fun. Very light-bodied. Or, I should say, very unexpectedly light-bodied. There's a tiny little molasses/dark spice note, but otherwise it's like drinking one of your lightly floral saisons. I drank it as a late-spring day in the South began to draw to a close, and the beer was perfectly suited for that.
As long as you find reasonably-priced bombers, this is a no-hesitate pick up. A fun beer to drink with friends.