pshorey (1) - New York, USA - MAR 4, 2012 does not count
Lighten up people. This is the strangest beer ever, but I like to think of it as "unique"! Even though I usually drink Barley Wines, Quadrupels and Imperial Stouts, this lighter beer is one of my favorites because it also has so much flavor.
It tastes like tea (white or yellow) with lemon and a touch of honey. Doesnt taste like a beer at all, light, pale yellow grey color. Has undertones of coriander, malt, hay and caramel. Earthyness and freshness similar to French Verveine tea. It has very little body, but enough maltyness, fruityness and texture to make it interesting on the palate. beermevt (1) - - SEP 3, 2017 does not count
From a can. One of the best beers I've ever had. Super Smooth, Very drinkable. No bitter aftertaste and nice aroma.lightly bitter, nuts, herbs, dough, clove, pale, cloudy, minimal head, medium sweetness, lightly bitter, lightly sour, light body, creamy, average carbonation, Smooth finish. AmericanHobo (70) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 17, 2014
Pours a hazy yellow kind of unfiltered cloudy. Taste is citrus fresh aroma. A nice Wit Beer. Light, crisp and pleasantly pleasing on palate. billydufour (2) - - JUN 4, 2017 does not count
One of my favorite beers. Great especially spring and summer. Have recently found this in DC area at Magruder's.
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Poured from a bottle at durgin Park in Bosto, Massachusetts. In fact I cleaned out their stock by nights end;0
Very hazy banana in color. Two finger head with fairly good retention. minor lacing
very spicy aroma with notes of lemon and pepper.
Exceptional citrus taste, slightly sweet, slightly bitter with minimal aftertaste. Not at all overpowering and excellent drinkability.
ktammela (3) - - OCT 16, 2016 does not count
We tasted a set that has four different beers from the same brewery. This was the best one. mmmbeer (1434) - Austin, Texas, USA - JUN 9, 2009
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22 oz. bottle served in tumbler- poured a murky yellow with heavy orange tints when held to a light source, thin head disappeared within one minute, hearty carbonation of tiny bubbles. Aroma of oranges, yeast, wheat, malt, and notes of coriander and pepper- very, VERY, interesting! Hits the mouth with a high-thin-body, malt is there but you are taken for a journey to the land of sweet fruit (young pineapple and mangos come to mind), middle continues that journey just fine, finish thanks you for the sip you have just taken and gives you a token to take another sip along with a note of lavender (that’s harder than HELL to create, trust me) along with a solid, crisp finish. The Granholm and OBAMA voters give it a 5, but I give it a 9 !!! It is near perfect for the style, if you don’t agree, please ship one in the top 10 to me. Thank you. You will get nothing back. scarletfire65 (1546) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAR 4, 2012
Tasted at the NYC Craft Beef Festival. Hazy yellow pour, the nose caught me off guard. Smells like skunky, crystallized weed! Also some fennel, Good and Plenty candy, anise, yeasty, very complex!!! It’s light bodied with flavors of fresh mown grass, mint, sage, mouthwash (but in a good, herbal way) Very different and out of the box. nike (966) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 11, 2012
Excellent summer brew, pours slighty hazy, golden color, slight aroma, smells like a good beer. Smooth texture, clean, crisp taste, light body, earthy tone to it, some complexity as well. Average carbonation, smooth, dry, clean finish as well. Excellent Belgian Wit, right on style. Rotoloboi (10) - - JUL 15, 2017
The name "Grey Lady" comes from the nickname for its often foggy island it calls home
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