I've mentioned farmhouse ales before, and there is something that draws me to them. Great Divide's Colette did not disappoint!
Great Divide characterizes Colette as their "homage to saisons that Belgian farm workers have enjoyed for centuries." I believe it's pretty characteristic of saisons and farmhouse to be on the dry side. This beer is the same. It definitely has a dry finish with some tart flavors going on there. Don't get me wrong; it's not sour! There's some fruitiness to the beer too, but don't think lambic-style fruity. I would compare it to a less-sweet champagne.
I mean that foamy head and golden color! Gorgeous. At 7%, you don't want to go too crazy on a six pack, but it'll lend a nice buzz after a long day of work! It's easy to drink which makes it a perfect warm weather beer. As for food, try your basic sandwich! The flavors are complex enough to supplement even the most simple food!