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RATINGS: 139   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.94/5   EST. CALORIES: 168   ABV: 5.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
(American Pale Ale - 5.6% ABV) - Introducing Lights On -  A modern American Pale Ale brewed to celebrate a new beginning here at Tree House!  Lights On pours a gorgeous hazy orange in the glass, releasing an aroma filled with a bounty of sweet fresh fruit.  We taste papaya, guava, and mango - a fresh and distinctive flavor profile that’s wholly Tree House. Buoyed by a soft and fluffy mouthfeel, Lights On is a delight to drink. We’re excited to share it with you! 

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3.7
SHIG (4964) - Wasilla, Alaska, USA - SEP 17, 2016
Can: Poured a hazy yellow with white head. Citrus fruit hops nose. Taste is citrus hops and light finish.


4.5
sunstoneale (75) - MOLDOVA - SEP 12, 2016
Murky yellow with nice white head. Explosive hop aroma, very fresh citrus hop character, like having fresh hop cones smashed in your face. Really smooth mouthfeel with a rich grainy texture, almost like a hefeweizen but with hop haze instead of yeast. Really smooth and mellow bitterness for such a heavily hopped beer. Fell in love from the first sip, fucking amazing!

4.4
ciocanelu (3000) - Timisoara, ROMANIA - SEP 3, 2016
Hazy bright yellow with white head. Aroma is really fruity, dank and grassy. Taste is also dank, grassy with fresh melon and citrus. Light but smooth mouthfeel. Excellent pale ale, one of the best I ever had.

3.8
brandon31g (40) - HONG KONG - AUG 25, 2016
Pours a cloudy yellow orange colour with huge off-white head. Aroma presents guava, pine and hints of tropical fruit. Flavour is lemon and light grassiness, refreshing taste with gentle bitterness and subtle malty backbone.

4.2
dnicolaescu (2746) - Chișinău, MOLDOVA - AUG 24, 2016
GROWLER shared in Bucharest. Very hazy yellow. Full on hop juice, tropical fruit with a good deal of resins. Gentle fruit sweetness, yet no malts on their own. Fruity hoppy smooth flavour, light pine freshness. Surprisingly low bitterness and super smooth mouthfeel. Excellent!

4.2
RickTheRick (949) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - AUG 5, 2016
Une robe embrouillée mais pas aussi marécageuse que les IPAs de Tree House est surmontée d’un col mousseux plutôt mince mais persistant. Des pêches, de la mangue bien mûre et juteuse et une pointe d’agrumes percent les narines. Quelques notes plus végétales sont également détectées, mais rien d’alarmant. Un corps soyeux, avec juste assez de carbonatation pour garder les choses intéressantes. Très fruitée, avec une touche de céréales en finale. Un grand produit, encore une fois.

3.7
ICEatALAMO (1355) - Troy, Michigan, USA - AUG 2, 2016
Can. The pour is a hazy orange with a thick head. The aroma is full of fruity hops, mostly papaya. The taste is good mix of hops and fruit. The flavor is slightly on the bland side. When it comes to Tree House stuff I might be a little spoiled, but I expected more, just a good pale ale and not great.

3.9
Percy0103 (778) - MEXICO - AUG 2, 2016
Can, 1 pint. A cloudy golden beer with a small white head and some lacing. Floral aroma with grass, pine and malt. Taste is medium bitter, moderately sweet. Medium bodied with fizzy carbonation and some astringency. Nice medium floral aftertaste. Quite drinkable.

3.8
Sdaniel90 (1100) - Mexico City, MEXICO - AUG 2, 2016
Can, 1 pint. Hazy golden with a foamy offwhite head. Pungent aromas of tropical hops, citrus, some resin. Medium to light bodied, moderate to fizzy carbonation. Medium sweet, medium bitter. Noticibly lighter than TH’s IPAs, especially in the finish, but carries their distinct malt richness and hoppy goodness.

3.9
SG111 (2055) - New York, USA - JUL 29, 2016
Canned 07/22/16. Barely a week on it. Pours hazy unfiltered Tree House fruit juice, orange golden glow. Aroma is pine, dank orange juice, mango, peach, tangerine. Oh yea, that’s a Tree House. Flavor is peach (I always seem to get peach in the Tree House beers I’ve had so far), pine, mango. Papaya was subtle for me, but it’s there. Body is noticeably more effervescent, less soft than say, Julius, but still quite pillowy, and noticeable that it’s an APA than an IPA. But, as it gets warmer, it does become increasingly pillowy (though that could just be b/c t’s losing carbonation). So, for an APA, I gotta say it’s amazing. And great artwork on the can too!


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