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style
Green’s
Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij

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

bottling
unknown

on tap
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distribution
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RATINGS: 155   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.42/5   IBU: 32   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
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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3.3
Leighton (21299) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 10, 2010
Bottle at Sunswick Belgian Beer Festival, 2010. Pours a hazy gold, very bubbly, with a creamy white head. Fairly sweet aroma with some prominent apple notes. Sweet flavor, cider-esque, boozy. Medium bodied with lively carbonation. Finishes with some Tripel essence. Lightly tart and funky. It is hard to measure this against "regular" Tripels. Against other gluten-free stuff this ain’t bad.

3
rubbishystuff (2538) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 28, 2010
UPDATED: JAN 21, 2015 It is really unfair to compare this to other regular beer, it would be better to compare this to other gluten free beer. Gluten free beer does take some getting used to but then it is different grains. Many adjunct lagers taste weird because of the corn. There is a thin sour/tart flavor present but I’ve detected that in most g-free beer. But unlike the Endeavor(dubbel) by Green’s the tartness is a little more hidden in the tripel style. I’ve tried about 6 different gluten free beers and felt this was one of the better ones. Serving: Bottle

2.9
redlight (2318) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JUN 27, 2010
Sweet aromas, sugar, bubble gum, with some cotton candy and cider notes. Pours hazy gold with a thin white head. Sweet fruity notes upfront with mild spice notes, citrusy rice notes, finishes dry. Not bad for gluten free.

1.7
TizzleJizzle (791) - Garland, Texas, USA - JUN 15, 2010
Tastes like sour apple cider with alcohol. Very poor quality on the palate and not smooth on the way down. The best thing about this beer was its sub average appearance. Avoid at all costs.

3.7
Beerdrinker79 (2188) - Idaho, USA - JAN 29, 2010
16.9 oz. bottle- Pours golden with little head and a candy sweet aroma. THe flavor is pretty good, they hide the alcohol very well, this is the best gluten free beer i’ve had.

3.7
poisoneddwarf (2511) - Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, USA - JAN 24, 2010
500 ml bottle. Aroma is medicinal, tart. Pours hazy yellow with a medium head which dissipates just a bit, leaving a layer of foam on top of the beer. Taste is sour. Nice aftertaste. High carbonation. Much better than the Endeavour.

3.2
ericcassidy (38) - Ohio, USA - JAN 7, 2010
very sour and almost cidery. label says there are no crustaceans in it...that’s a relief! would be good if your sweet tooth was in need.

2.6
douglas88 (9195) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 5, 2010
500 ml bottle from the Utah State Store. Pours a cloudy orange hue with a bizarre white bubbly head, big quickly dissipating bubbles akin to a vigorous pour of milk perhaps. A sweet citrus and honey nose. A basic and decent flavor; somewhat odd sour plastic, sweet malt substitute, honey. OK, odd and not something I’d drink again probably.

2.3
Ibrew2or3 (8614) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - DEC 30, 2009
Half liter bottle pours hazy gold – apricot with copper core and very brief white head. The aroma is full of apple fruitiness, a light amount of spice, chemical earthiness (what?) and an odd note I can only characterize as sliptelbuzzin. The taste is surprisingly smooth to start with cider, some pears, grapes and a white wine note note. It goes down hill from there as it gets an odd sugary, brown rice, earthy, chemical and sliptelbuzzin sensation. I didn’t want to finish it.

3.5
jimhilt (2610) - Bow, New Hampshire, USA - NOV 16, 2009
Pours a three finger cream head that fades very slowly, leaving some lace. Nearly clear pale golden amber color. Good carbonation and medium bodied. Sweet apple nose. Flavor is sweet apple and cider. Does not taste like a triple. Higher ABV is hidden. Best by Sep 13, 2009. $5.99 for a 500ml bottle from Manchester Wine and Liquors Manchester, CT.


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