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Brewed by Mont-Blanc
Style: Spice/Herb/Vegetable
La Motte Servolex, France

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RATINGS: 104   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.01/5   EST. CALORIES: 177   ABV: 5.9%
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3.1
adamnowek (2644) - Brussels, BELGIUM - MAR 31, 2016
UPDATED: MAR 29, 2017 Clear with a pretty magical light green colour with a bubbly but restrained head. Aroma is lime cordial, herbs, a bouquet of alpine flowers. Taste has an herbal/medicinal quality with a reasonable amount of sweetness. Dry finish. I’ll give it this: it’s truly unique.

3.7
kk101 (6) - TAIWAN - FEB 29, 2016 does not count
smell grass color green and clear, sweet and light light bitter, little sour, body light, texture thin, finish little bitter

2.3
Marcius (442) - Geneva, SWITZERLAND - SEP 26, 2015
Green color, clear liquid and small head. Aroma is sweet with some herbs notes. Taste also sweet. On the palate the finish is long with some bitter green perceptions. Different beer, but not bad.

3.5
Itzjerm (2811) - Taft, Tennessee, USA - AUG 11, 2015
Actually very unique and very good. Light medicine flAvor with lots of sweetness. Good mouthfeel and good head. Worth a try don't expect beer. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

0.7
Banja (1) - Loinville, FRANCE - JUL 30, 2015 does not count
Quoted from the advertisement on the bottle " The Verte du Mont Blanc is a unique beer because it marries our excellent brewing reputation with a local alpine flower, the Génépi. The Result? A fine and light beer, the best of the Alps in your glass... To your health!" 1) Adding some hop into water and brewing the mix doesn’t make necessarily a - what people commonly call - beer. 2) First time of my life I see some artificial coloring substances added into a "beer" ; To our health, really ? 3) With a light body, a thin texture, a flat carbonation and sweet finish for taste I’d rather drink a Corona ten times thant a single sip of that... thing.

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bewyder (505) - FRANCE - JUN 22, 2015
Jaune verte translucide. Etrange couleur pour une bière, ca tire plutôt vers une chartreuse très pâle. Très peu de mousse, peu de bulles. Très sucrée, ca tourne au soda/limonade, pas d’amertume, à peine une petite touche de semblant de bière en bouche. C’est simplement pas bon. Et contient des colorants... Bouteille 33cl achetée chez Nature et Découverte, Noisy-le-Grand, France, bue le 21/06/2015.

0.6
lbianchi66 (391) - FRANCE - JUN 7, 2015
Robe verte et limpide. Mousse peu.Déjà quelque chose cloche avec la couleur que je trouve étonnamment marquée. Je regarde l?étiquette : E 102 et E 131... C?est la première fois que je vois des colorants dans une bière.Certes, on sent que l?eau utilisée est très douce. Trop même : aucune trace d?amertume. Légèrement syrupeuse (sans doute grâce ou à cause du maïs). On ne sent que le génépi. Dès que la gorgée est avalée, on ne sent plus rien, mis à part du sucre. Et tout ça sucré plus qu?à l?excès, ce qui pour moi la classe dans la catégorie "bière de gonzesse". L?ensemble laisse une impression de bière-limonade genre desperado. Bref une bière infâme, choisissez en une autre !

2.3
ALaRose (2) - Alberta, CANADA - MAY 9, 2015 does not count
hazy, sparkling, white foam, interesting taste, soft carbonation, medium body,

2.5
BlackHaddock (7235) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 29, 2015
Clear 33cl rip-top bottle:BBD 3 Jan 16.Shared on 28 April 15 at the Shrewsbury Bottle Swap meeting: cheers Mat for bringing this and not having any yourself, so split between 4 of us. Lime green with a white topping that soon dissipated. Herbal, fizzy lime cordial, the colour dictating my nose and taste senses so I couldn’t get passed the limeness of the beer. Interesting, but really my thing.

2.3
minutemat (5420) - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 7, 2015
330ml bottle. Pours a spring grass green with a sweet, herbal aroma. Taste is far-removed from beer, more like a sweet fizzy Panda Pops-style drink. No detectable alcohol present. Overall it’s not too bad, certainly drinkable if a little medicinal. I’ve never tried the Genepi it’s claiming to be made with, and no doubt I’ll probably not like it, but I wouldn’t say no to this again.


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