Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij

Style: Specialty Grain
Hazel Grove, Stockport, England
Serve in Shaker, Tumbler


on tap


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RATINGS: 153   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.42/5   IBU: 32   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
Gluten-free Abbey Tripel.
Green’s Beer are brewed and bottled in Lochristi, Gent, Belgium.
Green’s Beers DO NOT contain any of the following: Wheat and/or Soya beans, Milk, Lactose, Nuts, Celery, Mustard, Sesame seeds, Sulphur Dioxide and Sulfites.

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Shag (3026) - Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA - OCT 21, 2008
This poured a golden color with a large white head. The aroma contains a bit of lemons with some perfume notes. The flavor contains some cooked veggies, sour apples, sugar, and lemons. Overall this beer was odd but not horrid.

hopscotch (11161) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - OCT 2, 2008
Bottle... Hazy light golden ale with a small, wispy, white head. The aroma is very restrained. Sake, fuzzy fruit and ethanol are the only traces I can pull from the glass. Medium-bodied, lightly creamy and very effervescent. The flavor is a fruity, moderately bitter marriage of Perry and floral hops. Crisp, tangy, fruity finish.

DocLock (10728) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 30, 2008
Bottle. Pours hazy gold with 3-finger fizzy white head. Nose is pear, apple, yeast. Tastes fizzy dry and champagny, with mild metallic notes, plus florals, slight berry, and pear. Tastes carbonated, slightly metallic, with slight berry and pear flavors.

ansermadide (1526) - Kyle, Texas, USA - SEP 16, 2008
(.5l bottle at home with weeAnaP on September 15, 2008) Pours a semi-cloudy amber-orange color with barely noticeable carbonation (which you can really only notice as it reaches the surface). Quest has the same fermented aroma as Greens Endeavor, but noticeably more sweet and, well, Tripel. Its aroma has a strength that, in a way, reminds me of saki - I am assuming that is the rice. It hits your mouth with a hard and pungent and sweet punch. Its flavor is like saki as well, but a little more tame. It is very nice on the palate. Something very pleasant follows up my nose... a very enjoyable drink. Different, but delicious. I wanted more, and from reading the other ratings it looks as if I am alone here. I am surprised its average score is only 2.09. I admit, it is not for the traditional beer drinker. Well... this is what happens when you take barley and gluten out of the mix. Does not mean it is not enjoyable.

robforbes (2246) - Bremerton, Washington, USA - SEP 16, 2008
pours a clear orange-yellow with a large egg-shell head, lively carbonation, good lacing.
smell is sour, berry, some malt, alcohol.
taste is sour and tart, alcohol, pear, malt, bubble gum, end is very sour and somewhat dry, aftertaste is strange and leaves a weird coating in the mouth.
overall looks are deceiving, stay away from this one unless you are just trying to increase your rating numbers.

DuffMan (10451) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - SEP 7, 2008
Once again, I find pity in my heart for those poor bastards who can’t drink a regular beer without getting sick. They are left with honest but badly flawed attempts to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear in the area of fine craft beer. This represents yet another failure. It looks okay-- deep golden with a light frothy foam cap that actually drapes lace around the top of the glass. The aroma is offputting, with green apples, plastic, and raw almonds combining with harsh hot alcohol. The palate is a little less offensive, sugary fruity-sweet (white grape juice) with warming alcohol and chemical bitterness in the finish. Oddly enough, this becomes easier to drink as it comes up in temperature, however this also may be due to numbing of the palate as time passes.

drpimento (3672) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 4, 2008
Hahahahahahaha. The bottle description is a lot more detailed than the one here on RB. No crustaceans indeed. Poured with almost no head and no lace. My friend Paul said just wait till you try it. Sweet/sour. Definitely not a tripel. Think it might have the beginning of an infection. Thankfully short, mild finish.

Suttree (6415) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - JUL 28, 2008
I keep trying these gluten free beers, hoping to find one that doesn’t, you know, suck. I’m still searching. Honestly, after reading the commercial description, I’m thinking Sulphur Dioxide is what this beer needs. I mean, seriously, they call this a tripel, but there is absolutely nothing in the flavor that characterizes this as a tripel.

SudsMcDuff (8438) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - JUL 12, 2008
smells of a high octane wheat sake with honey ...first sip..WTF!! .. very sickly sweet and alco driven.. fuckin crazy beer, not what i was expecting, like a ball getting caught in a zipper kind of shock! ... for having 8.5% and really having nothing in it, its OK but shit, it needs a lot of work.. "ladies and gentleman, Mr. Conway Twitty"

thegreenrooster (4448) - St.louis, Missouri, USA - JUN 28, 2008
Pour is a bright golden with a large white head. Aroma is decent with some citrus and spice. Flavor is almost like a cider. Lots of sour apple and cinnamon. Weird for a tripel and nothng something i would think i would ever see in a Belgian. They were almost giving these away at the W&C place in stl so i could not pass it up.

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