Retribution - Greenbush Brewing Company
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Ratings: 56 | Reviews: 6 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by LiquidBread219:
4/5 rDev +4.2%
A - Pours a very deep amber with nice foamy creamy tan head. Head has good retention and leaves a bit of lacing.
S -- The nose is pretty big on dark fruits and Belgian yeast smells kind of sweet really good nose on this one.
T -- Sweet up front like some sort of sugar you also get the qualities of a Belgian style with the yeast. In the backbone there is more Dark Fruits really nice taste.
M -- Medium bodied nice carbonation
O - Overall a nice Belgian styled beer really enjoyed it. I think Greenbush has a very diverse lineup and this is probably one of my favorite ones that I've had from them. I would try this one again really good stuff coming out of this brewery.
03-31-2012 23:10:51 | More by LiquidBread219
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3.98/5 rDev +3.6%
A - Pours a very deep amber with three fingers of creamy tan head. Head has good retention and leaves a bit of lacing.
S -- Candi sugar, nice dark fruits, some Belgian yeast, a bit of chocolate. The brewery describes this as a hybrid Belgian ale. I'm assuming they mean a hybrid between a dubbel and a bsda based on the aroma.
T -- Candi sugar up front, with Belgian yeast, some chocolate and dark dried fruits. A bit of spice leads into a rather dry, slightly bitter finish. Nice.
M -- Medium slightly sticky mouthfeel with a semi-dry finish.
O - An interesting and tasty Belgian style ale. Greenbush seems to have a good handle on some diverse styles, which is a good foundation for a new brewery. I look forward to trying more from them.
11-05-2011 02:16:59 | More by warnerry
3.75/5 rDev -2.3%
On draft at Farmhouse, served in a 12 oz. Duvel-esque glass.
Appears black with tawny brown edges in the dim light, rusty auburn and opaque when backlit. Ample head of tan foam, lacing some initially. Lasting retention, fades to a thin broken skim.
Yeasty phenolics, some apple sweetness and spiciness, caramelized sugars.
Bitter earthy taste, a little toasty, finishing dry. Alcohol isn't completely hidden, mouthfeel is a little rough with coarse carbonation and slight alcohol presence. Overall its warming on a cool night, and pretty good flavor wise, but not one i'd seek out again.
11-16-2011 00:27:57 | More by emerge077
Retribution from Greenbush Brewing Company
86 out of 100 based on 56 ratings.