charule (2257) - New York, New York, USA - JUL 13, 2013
Tasting at LUSH. Poured clear golden color light head. Aroma of sweet slight citrus. Medium bubbly but enjoyable. Hard to taste tea hops overtake a bit. Would have again. DocLock (10647) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 12, 2013
Bomber from Craft Ale. Pours golden with off-white head. Nose is hopcitric, some tannic notes. Tastes of hopcitrus, mild tannins, Sorachi hops, mild ginger and spicy notes, and a crisp finish. Scipio (1042) - Palatine, Illinois, USA - JUL 8, 2013
Pours a bright golden with a robust, foamy white head. The aroma is slightly sweet, with grassy hops, grapefruit, pineapple, and mango. The taste is a wonderful mixture of green tea and citrus fruit. The green tea flavor stands out the most. In addition, I get pine, grapefruit, and mango. There is some sweetness in here that is most prevalent at the end. Long aftertaste of green tea, mango, and pine. Altogether, everything is balanced very well. Medium in body, with a sticky texture, with some lively carbonation. It is quite refreshing to drink. I like green tea, and it really seems they brought out the best of that and a good IPA. The alcohol content is just enough to give it a nice crispness to drink. This is one very good IPA. chalicemaster (112) - Ohio, USA - JUL 8, 2013
Seriously great IPA. It tastes almost unlike anything else, but is still, first and foremost, a robust IPA. Just the right amount of alcohol helps compliment the kick of the green tea infused formula, this beer is rich in flavor but light on texture. In a word: remarkable. bigirishphan (106) - Peoria Heights, Illinois, USA - JUL 8, 2013
On draught at The Harvest Cafe... The green tea flavor adds some great freshness to this beer. Wonderful full flavored IPA that lacks a little of the bitterness I come to expect. Fresh, tasty, and great smear beer.
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574deadzone (1415) - North Central, Indiana, USA - JUL 7, 2013
Pours a proper golden with a thick eggshell head that settles to a thing ring and leaves substantial clingy soapy lace. Nose involves quite a bit of piney perfume along with herbal notes and resin. Fairly sweet with a big bitterness. Medium-full body, bright and hoppy, drying, with a long bitter finish. Really damn tasty. The herbal green tea rides below the hops and mostly contributes to the drying effect, making for an awesome palate. Really nicely done. jmohno (1610) - Iowa, USA - JUL 7, 2013
Short pour to a small snifter from a bomber. Nice froth with good lace,orange/gold color/clear.
NIce aroma of tropical fruits with some sweet breadiness.Pungent spicey sting or maybe pine like.Fresh juicy and somewhat bready.
Hoppy flavor with same notes as aroma,finish is piney/peppery.Juicy and somewhat bready.Pine and grapefruit in finish also.Im shure the green tea is in here somewhere but I couldnt find it,yet. Maybe its in some dry astringency behind all the hoppiness.Green tea maybe gets a bit more noticable with warming in the finish. Great ipa . edwardbass (833) - Illinois, USA - JUL 7, 2013
Iíve been disappointed by a number of Two Brothersí efforts lately, but since theyíre a local brewery, I keep trying their new ones. This one is a standout. Nice citrus/floral hops aroma. Citrus/floral hops flavor along with a decent bit of malt - and yes, you can taste the green tea, which adds an herbal layer, but it also has that little bit of "bite" that tea adds - to add to the hops bite. Very nice. I only got one of these because I was unsure whether it would be worthy of sharing with my IPA buddies, but if I see it again, Iíll get two more - one for me and one for sharing. kaser (6214) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 4, 2013
Poured from a 22oz bottle at Lakehouse. Light orange color. Slight bitter ness. Good fruity lemon taste. Can't taste ginger. But love it TheAlum (7164) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - JUL 3, 2013
22 oz bottle from Binnys (Bolingbrook, IL). Kinda excited for this one after Sidekick and with reviews. Pours a nice deeper golden orange hue, a bit dulled, mellow haze, more lively carbonation overall. A cakey whitish head atop sticks around as a decent layer, laces ok. Thicker pretty stick around. Dulled hues overall but still quite striking. Aromas offer a distinct citrusy lemon and florals, green tea elements of decent strength are a bit citrusy, a bit woody, grass and earth. Some cleaner bready malts, florals, a a touch of resiny elements. Nice, medium or decent strength tapers out a bit. Initial is lighter bodied, perhaps a bit thin or in the APA realm, clean bready malts secondary to some woody and earthy green tea, some lemon, faint lime. Florals, a touch of soap, green tea reaffirms. Middle is a bit woody and lemony, a touch soapy, some bread, clean malt bill is bready, crisp, grainy. Quickly moving back into a dry, woody green tea experience, lemon and floral earthy hops of decent strength as we round the corner. A touch oxidized, older hop elements at times. Decent to medium bitterness, clean malt body. A solid beer, the green tea element is certainly intriguing. Iíd prefer some upped bitterness as we round this bad boy out, but overall, itís ok. I do like green tea a lot though.