tderoeck (10617) - Gent, BELGIUM - NOV 13, 2017
28/VIII/17 - 1Pt. can, shared @ Seb's Short Belgium Stay-over Tasting - BB: n/a, canned: VIII/9/17 (2017-1453) Thanks to Amy for the can!Alengrin (5889) - BELGIUM - OCT 25, 2017
Very cloudy pale beige beer, big solid creamy off-white head, very stable, adhesive, leaving a nice lacing in the glass. Aroma: nice stuff, fruity notes, lots of citrus, tropical fruits, grapefruit, lots of pineapple. MF: soft carbon, medium to light body. Taste: pretty fruity start, hoppy, citrus, some grains. Aftertaste: very fruity, lovely stuff, bitter, more tropical fruits, slightly sweet, lovely stuff!
Tree House's interpretation of a golden ale apparently, thanks tderoeck for sharing. Moussy, thick, lightly lacing, snow white head over a cloudy, egg yolk yellow beer with vague greenish tinge. Aroma of passion fruit lemonade, unripe mango flesh, some "old hops urine", goat cheese, papaja, dough, ripe green kiwi. Fruity onset, peach, pineapple and more expressive tropical mango impressions, sweetish with a very mildly souring edge, quite fizzy carbonation, soft 'doughy' malt soil in the middle, leading to a very aromatically, tropically hoppy finish with an heavy load of grapefruit peel, dried mango, withering dill and even dried wormwood notes retronasally as well as some drying, pleasantly quenching bitterness in the back of the mouth, more so than would be custom for a more classically made golden ale; lots of agreeable malt juiciness lingers. Well, I guess this is what you get if one of the top producers of this New England IPA style interprets the old golden ale: it has the relative simplicity and highly quenching features of a golden ale, but in an amazingly efficient and elegant way, adorned with so much aromatically tropical hop fragrance that it could just as well qualify as a NEIPA as far as I'm concerned, with which it also shares 'equal' cloudiness and a soft, creamy, juicy mouthfeel. Not that I expected anything else from a Tree House can, frankly. sebletitje (10477) - Enghien, BELGIUM - SEP 15, 2017
pint can, courtesy of and shared with Tderoeck.
canned aug 9 2017.
Dorée trouble/paille, col blanc crémeux épais.
Arôme est dank!!! bien houblonné à souhait, fleuri et bien tropical avec presque une petite effluve poivrée.
Palais reste très léger, sec, poudreux d'ail et oignon, petite note de grains, tropical ponctué par un petit côté luppulin poudre houblonné. Malt arrive juste sur la fin pour offrir une fine balance. dmac (6576) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - SEP 3, 2017
Tallboy can from the Joes. Poured a delicate cloudy yellow under a pillowy bright white head. Aroma of citrus juice, lemon, tangerine, dry grains, vanilla muffin mix. Flavor mimics the aroma. Delicate mouthfeel with slightly stronger bubbly carbonation. kraddel (9333) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - AUG 25, 2017
Tap at tree house. Pours hazy blonde, good white head; smell is fruity, mildly bitter. Creamy to the max ! Taste is full, creamy, dank hops, medium bitterness. Lovely !
RRistow12 (980) - Lewis Center, Ohio, USA - JUN 25, 2017
Tasted from can. Pours a hazy gold with thick white head. Citrus aroma. Moderately sweet with mild bitterness. Flavors of grains, hay, caramel, faint tropical fruit flavors. You think you'll be tasting an IPA and then get surprised by the low to no bitterness but very good for a blond ale.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone ACHops (1688) - Seattle, Washington, USA - SEP 25, 2016
Growler from Tree House, into a tulip glass. Pours heavily hazy milky light orange, medium white head fades quickly and laces well. Aroma is clean floral notes - passionfruit, lemon rind, light citrus. Taste is crisp, lightly juicy citrusy hops; floral notes of lime and mango stand out. Dry and clean on the finish, slight bitterness lingers but otherwise clean with very light mouthfeel. Loads of hops and opaque appearance leave this unidentifiable as a blonde, no complaints here. Incredibly rich and flavorful for a sub 4% abv beer, I can’t recall any session beers that came close to this. ClarkVV (6962) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - SEP 8, 2016
Canned 8/4/16, drunk 8/11 and another on 9/8/16.Johnstledger8 (1409) - Dublin, IRELAND - AUG 21, 2016
Incredibly hazy, multi-layered sunset hues, predominantly rosy-peach, with a white head atop showing strong retention.
Fresh sliced pineapple rises up immediately out of the can. Light mandarin orange adds juicy sweetness as well, with a subtle Galaxy spiciness/dankness in the background. Succulent, honey drizzled peach emerges quickly, as the malt mixes with the fruitiness of the hop. Impeccably clean and with no resin or alcohol whatsoever. Not as much watermelon as I usually get from Tree House, but Eureka doesn’t give that off as much as their IPAs do. Not as intense and lush as their IPAs, of course, being all of 4.1% but the aroma is still delightfully persistent and encompassing.
Lovely pineapple-tangerine in the flavor is juicy as hell but also cut with a light graininess from the malt. Soft, but not to the point of reducing the crispness on the end. Very light bitterness, enough to balance, but the light citrus and pineapple does all the work here, with just a touch of spiciness from the hop lingering. Key lime, melon, guava, pretty much any tropical fruit you think of can be imagined in some form here. Tight carbonation, no alcohol, no flaw. Just a knockout. Some day, not particularly soon, I will be able to buy this in a store near me. That will be a good day.
Can. Pours a dense cloudy golden orange with a lasting thin foamy off white head. Aroma is of dank pine, citrus, biscuit, floral. Taste is of citrus, light exotic fruits, melon, hint of spice. Light oily mouthfeel, medium carbonation. demannu (451) - New Jersey, USA - AUG 13, 2016
Nothing much to say here. Overall a good drink and quenches a thirst on on hot day with out having any real highs or lows.