Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 21, 2010
In short: A herbal fruity sweet beer of some kind. Very very bland.jredmond (8518) - New York, New York, USA - JAN 6, 2010
How: Tap at brewpub
The look: Partly cloudy dark golden body topped by a shor-lived off-white head
In long: Nose is very herbal with notes of parsley, green tea and even camomile. Taste is a letdown. Body is lifeless. Ripe apples, flower juice, juicy honey/caramel, some rot, mint. An overall sensation of drinking a pint that has been sitting on the open for a full day. A big disappointment considering the other top notch quality beers I had on that day at this brewpub. Drinking this lame beer I was having as much fun as a quadriplegic with a cup-and-ball toy.
Sampled on BQ2010. Draft at Flatbread Brewpub in VT. This beer is incredibly unique - boasting uncanny similarities to an actual tea. The aroma is light tea leaves, very herbal aroma. The flavor is actually closer to a tea than beer TonyDiUlio (664) - New Jersey, USA - JAN 3, 2010
Tried on Beer Quest 2010 with all the guys. This was number 20. Pours a medium gold. Not much head and none of it lasts. Aroma is sweet. Some apples and light sourness. Flavor follows the awesome aroma and is sweet fruits. Pwn3d (1962) - Manhattan, New York, USA - DEC 27, 2009
On tap at the brewpub in Burlington VT. Right away tastes alot like hebal tea.. Sweet honey flavors. Barkeep mentioned the effects of mugwort, and it’s relaxing qualities. I def can see that, reminds me of camomile tea. A bit of peppermint and mint leaves as well. I’ve never had a beer like this and give mad props to the creativity and resorection of an acient style. Uber medieval MartinT (10036) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 7, 2009
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puzzl (3260) - New York, New York, USA - MAR 23, 2009
The cushy body of this yeasty Gruit delivers diverse herbal and flowery tones on simple caramel sweetness, leading to light bitterness and dryness.
Further Personal Perceptions:
-A slice of foam decorates the cloudy russet.
-The bready yeast’s dominance tends to dominate the flavor profile. Did I get a pint from the bottom of the keg?
-The soft bubbling showcased the herbs quite well while making the beer very drinkable.
-The herbal are well integrated, but must be more expressive when the yeast is not as present.
On tap at the brewpub.
Tap at the Blind Tiger. Very sugary sweet, extract aroma, with mild herbals. Flavor is dry malt up front with a pure sweetish finish. Very uncomplex and boring. Where are all those cool spices and herbs they used? Who the hell knows. notalush (5910) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - MAR 15, 2009
Tap at Blind Tiger - hazy copper - tastes very belgian inspired - a lot of fruity esters and a nutty sweetness - some honey tempered by an acidic kick - floral, with an indistinct herbal bitterness - a bit of rye and caraway - quite a nice beer. Lubiere (14131) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 13, 2009
A reddish amber ale with a thin big bubbled off white head. A pleasant apple and maple aroma, with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. In mouth, a sweet light malty drink, which still need to ferment for a bit. On tap at brewpub, Nov. 30 2008, with Sponge and Goldorak. fredandboboflo (1570) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 12, 2009
Tap at Blind Tiger. Aroma of all sorts of spices, herbs, flowers, not surprising i couldn’t pick out exactly what they were seeing the list here. Flavor again all sorts of this stuff going on that I can’t really describe, but it was quite gorgeous to me. Malt is basic, supportive, doesn’t get in the way of the crazy spicy and herbal character jumping all about. I quite liked it. daknole (11050) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - AUG 13, 2008
Tap at Amer Flatbread. Nice golden color with zero head. Weird beer, almost like a slightly carbonated herbal tea and this one certainly wasnt my "cup of tea"