jkwood04 (5463) - Connecticut, USA - DEC 4, 2010
500ml bottle. Pours amber with an off-white head. Aroma weird, with a little Belgian yeast. For a gluten free beer, this is not very bad. It is still gluten free though, and can’t compare to a real tripel. patrick767 (4190) - fort wayne, Indiana, USA - NOV 18, 2010
bottle - Pours cloudy gold and smells of fruity Belgian yeast. It tastes sweet with a slightly dry finish. The carbonation is fairly lively and the body light to medium. It’s got the sugary character I’ve found in other gluten frees though not as bad. Cavie (4805) - Arlington, Texas, USA - NOV 16, 2010
Bottle courtesy of my kickball friend. Aroma is grainy fresh, Belgian fruit and homebrew essence. Flavor is sharp fruity grains with a finish of bitterness. Has a sharp flavor upfront that reminds me of life savers. keepersj12 (3137) - Sicklerville, New Jersey, USA - OCT 31, 2010
This beer does not use crustaceans. Says so right on the label. Doesn’t use any wheat or barley either. For those gluten intolerant this might be as good as it gets. Nice fruity aroma from a a hazy golden color with just a tiny head that lasts and laces. The flavor is tart almost like apple cider with a fair amount of carbonation. Much better than I thought it was going to be. matthewjk (1128) - San Diego, California, USA - OCT 23, 2010
Interesting find at local bottle shop and I thought I would try it out. Hmmm...light, fruity, tart, and a little watery. I commend Greens for trying to produce a gluten-free beer. It’s not terrible, but no great either. Found out after I purchased the bottle a freshness date of 07/05/09! Damn, I should have known no one was going to pick this up except a curious person like myself. Hey, still pretty fresh more than a year past due.
cgmees (33) - Texas, USA - OCT 16, 2010
16.9 oz bottle, Pours with very little head or aroma. Color is a hazy yellow. Taste is slightly sweet but nothing notable. Definitely different from most beers I have drank, not going to be another one in my future. drowland (9076) - Georgia, USA - OCT 10, 2010
10/2/10. Bottle. Disgusting soapy green apple grossness. No thanks, I’ll pass, and you should too. fidelis83 (2509) - Clinton, Iowa, USA - SEP 6, 2010
Labeled Green’s Tripel Blonde Ale, with All Natural Quest in the center of the label. Pours a nearly clear, pale gold with very high effervescence and a tall, chunky, bright white head that has great retention. Aroma is grass, light citrus, odd grainy sweetness and lots of apple skins. Flavor is apple skins, light grass, a ton of ethanol, lingering fusel notes and faint buckwheat, pretty atrocious. Palate is light bodied, overly dry and has a light, sharp carbonation. This stuff is pretty bad, like a bad malt liquor mixed with cheap vodka and a tripel. Looks nice though. Fevernova (222) - Willoughby, Ohio, USA - AUG 14, 2010
500mL Bottle -- Pours pale burnt-orange with a medium white head. Blind I would say it was a hard cider. Flavors and aromas of raisin, apple, pear, . Very cloying palate. Overly sweet with a sticky mouth-feel. Strykzone (7659) - Wood River, Illinois, USA - AUG 11, 2010
Clear golden with a large paper white head. The aroma is way too much like a high gravity lager but with a bit of tart apples. Flavor is pretty much the same. To me this beer is just another tick. Bless those beer lovers who require gluten free.