Tree House Brewing Company

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IPA - New England
Ranked #16
Ranked #55
4.6 | pDev: 6.52%
Tree House Brewing Company
Massachusetts, United States
Notes: Our cross-continental IPA. Made with Australian and American hops, this citrus heavy IPA opens up in the glass with notes of pineapple, tangerine, and orange rind. It’s sharply bitter and nearly 8% ABV. . . The name comes from the initial batch in which, post boil, the wort looked green from so much hop particulate floating around. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
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Tmyhre802 from Vermont

4.59/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.75

Jun 03, 2015
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jow_42 from California

5/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

16oz can (thanks Darwin!!) poured into a Lost Abbey teku glass

A - Pours completely opaque. Almost looks like blended fruit juice in a glass. Incredible.

S - The best nose on a beer I've ever smelled. Explosive juiciness, grapefruit, oranges, there is an awesome herbaceous note (think fresh cut basil). Bubble gum is there (think Fruit Stripe from the 80s) too. Awesome.

T - Mind blowing. The creamiest IPA I've ever had. The mouth feel is ridiculous. I've never had a beer like this. Crazy citrus, passion fruit. Intense. Oranges, grapefruit peel, orange pith, pineapple. Awesome bitterness middle of the mouth, but that sweet fruit juice comes back on the back end to make it stupid balanced. Dry finish.

O - This is hands down the best IPA I have ever had. For me, it doesn't get better. I need more Tree House beers. This beer blew my mind.

May 01, 2015
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Tblaisdell from California

5/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

My Favorite beer.
Nothing here is out of line.
Beautiful golden orange in the glass. Dark, glowing, cloudy.
Nose and flavor are too exciting for words. Juicy, fruity, frothy deliciousness to the last drop. Thick and creamy.

I want this beer every day of the week. If it were readily available, I wouldn't need to ever drink anything else.

Green is perfection.

Jan 25, 2016
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jlindros from Massachusetts

4.5/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Growler filled yesterday at the brewery. So glad this came back around so I can finally review it and enjoy it. I can't think of a better time to drink this, Sunday afternoon, waning days of summer, heavy thunderstorms reign down outside, with torrential downpours. It was the kind of rain that forced a 10 mph drive home from the supermarket as the rain poured in sheets over the windshield making it almost impossible to see, as well as a flood of water cascading down the street almost making it possible to swim the car home.

Cracking the growler, again filled to the tippity top as Tree House usually does, pours into my Tree House tulip glass with a stream connected to the side of the glass, and forms a decent 1 finger foamy bubbly head that has a tough time staying at first, but then seems to settle on a nice head covering, with some decent lacing, not as great as Julius does these days, but still a nice head and decent lacing. The beer is a mostly hazy apricot wheat orange blond colored beer.

Nose erupts out the gate, as soon as i popped the swing top, those perfumey aromas started to trickle out, but then the pour just released the beast of aromas, great hop presence, a cross of mostly citrusy slight tropical fruit hops, with a touch of a grassy pine and aromatic floral hop presence. The hops first bring that citrus note, layers of tangerine, orange juice, as well as light stone fruit like an apricot and peach aroma, nectarine, etc. A hint of a tropical fruit comes in behind that, you really have to look for it to find it though, a touch of a papaya and guava. Then, the citrus and fruits seem to disappear and give way to light resinous musty fresh hop resin, bringing a hint of pine and earthy forest, but not a lot of that. Then finally a light malty sweet kick attempts to balance it all, with a touch of an amber sweet malt.

Taste is like a fistful of hops melting in my mouth. The creamy malt base really does it justice as it balances and melts the hops all over the tongue so it seems to get a nice representation everywhere. The hops again present themselves in waves, and once again with the citrus. An orange julius flavor, or creamsicle like flavor thanks to the creamy malt feel, with again that big juice tangerine flavor, big time tangerine in this like a tangerine bomb went off in my mouth. Then into tropical fruit again, light with hint of grapefruit pith, papaya, just a touch of musty passion fruit and guava even. Some nice pineapple hidden in there too. Then again into stone fruit, just keeps coming with fruit, light apricot, peach, nectarine, and even a touch of melon, quite nice. And following a similar pattern to the nose, a final push of spicy piney hops comes in as if to say, "don't forget about us", with an oily hop resin and little musty hop cone like sucking the sap right off a hop cone, with a nice dank resin. As I mentioned before, the malts bring a nice slightly sweet balance to offset the fairly big bitterness and what should be a touch of warming booze but it seems to disappear, and bring a nice creamy taste and touch of an amber malt flavor. Finish is drier too but sticks to the mouth a bit thanks to a mild sweetness and the creamy feel, with a nice long lingering bitterness that seems to be just the right amount, light pine and spicy hop presences, a bit more citrus and fruit but not a lot of either, more just a hop presence.

Mouth is med bodied but a nice creamy feel, the carbonation is a bit on the lighter side, but still nice and goes well with the creamy feel.

Overall what else can I say, this is an awesome IPA. Just a touch below Julius, but really up there, a different beast than Julius. This brings some of the tropical fruit, citrus, stone fruit, etc, but blends in a nice piney resin, slight spicy earthy touch, and that nice creamy malt base with an almost perfect balance. I really wish you guys would make more of this!

Sep 01, 2013
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DefenCorps from Oregon

3.64/5  rDev -20.9%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Canned 18 Nov, received in trade with psweendogg. Thanks, Patrick!

As with all the Tree House beers I've had so far, this is hazy with a dense white head with decent retention and lacing. The nose also has the typical TH character - sweet and messy hop juice on a gritty, hop particulate heavy texture. Aromas of fruit - pineapple, pulpy peach and mango, are present. Malt character is minimal, though a sugary sweetness is present. The palate opens with a blend of sugary sweetness and plenty of hop flavor. Fruity pineapple, pulpy orange juice, pulpy peach juice, pulpy mango juice (you get the idea...) are all present. Sweet on the mid-palate with some honey and simple syrup, this beer finishes with a weird chlorophyll-like astringency that's rather unpleasant. Enjoyable fruity flavors are also present, though. Chewy, pulpy, gritty, this is a little disappointing on the palate. The high level of fine carbonation only amplifies the texture. Messy.

Nov 29, 2015
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VetsPackage from Massachusetts

5/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Julius gets the bulk of the (well deserved) hype but this guy stands right there next to it and plenty of people will tell you it's better. This thing GLOWS a bright super hazy golden yellow and fills the room with pineapple ad guava notes. Taste is a Mike Tyson punch to the tastebuds of super rich tropical fruit juiciness - pineapple, guava, sweet ripe orange, and lime. The type of beer that makes you forget you're even drinking beer. Again find myself scratching my head as to how these guys produce beers of this quality over and over again. Flawless east coast IPA, even the Russians would give this one 5s across the board

Aug 18, 2015
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Goblinmunkey7 from Massachusetts

4.33/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Appearance: Hazed orange-gold with some honeyed elements. Head is bright-white, sticky, and clumpy. Moderate head formation to start drops to a wispy cap, chunky loose collar, and lacing for days. Super sticky notches and ropes of lacing.

Smell: Tangerine. Skin, juice, oil, and zest. It's all there. Deep citrus with some solid grapefruit elements as well. Solid push of bitter and oily pine with some backing tropical elements. Pushes peach and mango as well. Hyper fruity with enough of a backing bitter edge to keep it in check. Malts are nicely sweet with a touch of caramelization and a solid bready component. Solid push of pineapple as well. Super tropical with a huge bitterness. Some lime and fresh-baked bread.

Taste: Bitterness rides the front with a solid push of tropical hops. Pineapple in abundance as it warms with some solid peach and tangerine as well. Malt backbone runs decidedly bready with a touch of caramelized malt sweetness. Some raw hop leaf with some aggressive pellet thrown in as well. Ever so slightly dank. A ton of orange and grapefruit flesh. Absolutely loaded with tropical hop. Obliterated and blended in to a hop smoothie. Some fresh bread flavors as well. Pithy bitterness coupled with a solid sticky and oily pine resin. Fresh orange juice. A touch of lime juice in the back as well.

Mouthfeel: Creamy initial sip on a medium body. Slight astringency with a moderate carbonation. Slightly dry on the finish.

Overall: Quite the young whipper snapper.

This beer is insane when it's fresh and drops off a bit after a few weeks but never falls apart. It's aggressive and assertive and pushes the boundary of acceptable hop flavor. With all that said, it's damn good and one of my favorites from Tree House.

Sep 14, 2014
THANAT0PSIS from Wisconsin

4.7/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.75

Tree House Green

A: Like all Tree House beers, this pours completely opaque, letting no light through. The pure white head is about two fingers tall and has excellent retention. Lacing is also great. There is no visible large particulate, but it is so comically murky as to be off-putting. If not for the head, one could easily mistake this for a glass of pulpy orange juice. It is not quite to the ridiculous Juice Machine or Doppelganger level, but it is too much even for the substyle. 4.5/5

A: "Green" is not what comes out of the aroma at all. Sure, it is less overtly fruity than other TH offerings, it this still screams tropical, juicy fruit; in fact, it actually smells quite a bit like that titular gum. There is lots of orange, melon, and peach up front. Pineapple and a little grapefruit play supporting roles. Guava is notable as well. There is a hint of vegetation toward the back, but it is hardly obvious. Sugar cookie malt underpins the hops, as well as some yeasty bread. Thankfully there is no noticeable "unfinished" aroma that so many Tree House beers suffer from. Aside from a misleading name (yes, the story behind it has nothing to do with actual tasting notes), this is a very good smelling beer. 4.5/5

T: Though Tree House tends to eschew bitterness almost completely in their hop-forward beers, this one definitely has some of that much-needed balance. The Australian hop alluded to on the can is almost certainly Galaxy, which contributes loads of orange juice, melon, tangerine, pineapple, Juicy Fruit gum, guava, and finally its signature simultaneous piney, spicy, pithy, grassy bitterness, which lingers on and on and on. There are also notes of ruby grapefruit, mango, and lime. The malts are slightly sweet but mostly bready and hidden, a platform for the intense hoppiness to stand on. The one flaw is a weird classic pink bubblegum flavor that crops up here and there and throws the palate for a loop. There are no obvious yeast flavors or that off flavor that is present in other Tree House beers. This is a tour de force of hops and is perfectly balanced. What more can one ask for? 4.75/5

M: Typical Tree House creaminess and fullness, plus a very welcome bitterness that keeps the palate from fatiguing in the wake of juicy sweetness. The finish is actually moderately dry. Carbonation is soft and pleasant. No detectable alcohol even at 7.6%. Beers like this are so enjoyable to drink. 5/5

O: Do not listen to the hype on Julius, Juice Machine, King Julius, etc., as this is the Tree House beer to seek out. It is balanced in a way that the rest of them are not. It does not have off, unfinished flavors. It does not come off more like fruit juice and less like beer. This is Tree House's masterpiece, and do not let anyone tell you otherwise. As a result of standing in the shadow of its brothers, this one is easier to acquire as well. No, it is not the dank, "green" beer that perhaps one would expect based on the can and name, but it is a near-perfect example of the NE IPA style and comes closest to dethroning Trillium and The Alchemist's Focal Banger as Tree House has to this point. Pair with the partially ignored gem (by the masses) in an otherwise overrated discography, "Kid A" by Radiohead ("OK Computer" is also excellent, however). 4.75/5

Dec 01, 2016
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Billolick from New York

4.46/5  rDev -3%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Tall can...10/31/17..thanks to my beer buddy Josh for bringing back a few TH cans for me.

Typical turbid NE IPA pour, leaving nice looking strands and sheets of lace all the way up on the glass, as well as low froth and a thicker collar.

Flavor overload on the nose, with pineapple and oranges coming to mind.

Simply delicious TH offering, complex and over the top flavorful and super smooth and easy drinking....go get some...more tropical delights abounding on the palate - pineapple, mango, oranges, bananas...smoky and resiny hops come in late in the finish and smolder for a spell in the back of the class - highly enjoyable

Nov 08, 2017
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MJSFS from Florida

4.9/5  rDev +6.5%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

4/21/17 canned on date poured into a Tree House snifter. I thought Julius was my favorite TH beer, but it is now second fiddle to Green. The aromatics and flavors of Green are so much brighter than Julius. I'm going to have to seek out more Galaxy hopped beers. Maybe I'm a Galaxy fanboy and didn't know it. The nose on this beer is so tropical and floral that I'm sure the unsuspecting would never guess they are smelling a beer. Green taste like a tropical mixed drink. I'm definitely going to seek out more of these. Team Green all the way.

Apr 29, 2017
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BEERchitect from Kentucky

4.5/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Getting its name from the tinge of green that had shown through the late stages of the brewing process, Tree House resists shying away from those heavy hopping rates, staying true to the beer's roots and now gracing the tastebuds of New England hop-heads with unabashed apology.

But not quite that compost-green color, but the beer's viscous haze ebbs and flows into the glass taking instead the appearance of grapefruit and orange juices- perhaps with extra pulp. As its seductively creamy head builds, its juicy, tantalizing and irresistible fruit aromas spring forth with the vibrancy of exotic citrus and tropical fruit punch- but however with its own curious herbaceous bouquet. Creamy, surly and tangy in taste, the fructose-laden initial taste offers a fruity tartness that evokes teeth-churning behavior in the very first sip.

And as the taste blossoms across the middle palate, its secrets reveal, layer by layer. Fruity sweetness begins to drift while the tropical fruits rise to the forefront- first the pineapple, mango, apricot and passionfruit. With full hoppy saturation mounting on the tastebuds, the acidity of ripe tangerine, lemon, lime and gooseberry turn to a dry sherbet flavor for complexity and charm. Not to be outdone, the throat-gripping bitterness is smooth albeit sharply acidic with an undertow of chive, fresh grass clippings, shallot and cannabis.

Working both the creamy and dry segments in mouthfeel, the beer remains juicy while trending crisp, clean and oh-so deeply resinous. Finishing with a sappy pine flavor, the beer's overwhelming hop complexity completely seduces the palate and easily makes the palate forget about the preferred bone-dry character that world class IPA should garner. Green does this anyway.

Sep 08, 2015
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Lunzilla2017 from Massachusetts

4.77/5  rDev +3.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.75

Fresh comes to mind when sipping on this American style IPA. Enjoyed it thoroughly with a great after taste. It was my first beer from Tree house last year and all I can do is try to get my hands on whatever they are currently offering.

Aug 15, 2017
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Stevedore from Oregon

4.5/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

16oz can. Served in a stemmed glass.

Hazy, cloudy yellow body with an orange hue, two finger white head, lots of lacing, good retention. Smells of tropical fruit, spices, oranges, a bit of grapefruit. Mild resin, nice mellow caramel. Flavour is moderately juicy tropical fruit, orange, grapefruit, even a bit of pine, pale malt caramel sweetness, moderately bitter grapefruit. Mouthfeel is medium bodied, soft, good carbonation, easy to drink, bitter but pleasantly so. Overall, a very good IPA from Treehouse that is one of their better beers overall.

May 18, 2015
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MasterSki from Canada (ON)

4.4/5  rDev -4.3%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Can from Reagan1984 via northyorksammy. Thanks guys! Served in my Indie tasting snifter at work. Canned 8/19/2016.

A - It's a Northeastern IPA alright; turbid and murky. Off-white foam settles to a thin cap, thicker collar, and splotchy lacing. I'm still not a fan of drinking milky looking IPAs, but I realize this is 'to style' as well.

S - Passion fruit, guava, pineapple grass, citrus peel. Pretty hoppy, juicy, stuff. Some light sugary malt in the periphery to support things.

T - The taste is a bit sweeter and punchier, with great tropical fruit, citrus, zesty flavors mixed with sweet sugar cookie malts. I normally don't like Galaxy hops but whatever else Treehouse has mixed in as tempered things. Quite a nice IPA with the balance of flavors and bitterness that I prefer. Aftertaste is

M - Oily and resinous, with lingering stickiness on the palate. Surprised that this almost 8%. Drinks more like 5-6%. Good heft, on the heavier side of medium in body. Soft, medium-low carbonation.

D - Just a really well made IPA. Really appreciate that Greg was willing to brave the lines to grab some cans. I miss the good old days when Tree House was under the radar. Would happily drink again on any occasion.

Sep 02, 2016
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Krishmish from Massachusetts

4.63/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Great IPA. Review below mine is almost my exact thoughts. Strong alcohol content but doesn't taste it, and one of the least bitter IPAs I've had. I'm not going to pretend like I can taste every note or flavor, but it's fruity, and smooth. I let someone who's doesn't typically like IPAs try it, and they loved it. Another great Treehouse beer. I don't think it's quite as good as their Julius, but it's pretty damn close.

Sep 19, 2016
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Veejuh from Massachusetts

4.93/5  rDev +7.2%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Damn good, wow! Green is a truly remarkable beer. Right from the beginning of the pour the sinfully decadent aroma hit me right in the face. Going in for the sip and everything from the nose follows through with the flavor. Just a glorious hop explosion that is some of the finest nectar the world has to offer coats the palate and rides out gracefully with the malt and yeast backbone. This may overtake haze as my favorite treehouse beer and is easily the best regular American IPA I have ever had, by a wide margin.

Apr 22, 2017
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LeRose from Massachusetts

4.39/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

The beer pours a pale orange/golden color with a two finger pillowy head that is tenacious. The beer looks thick and creamy. It clings stubbornly to the glass on each sip all the way to the bottom.

The aroma is outstanding. It is a cornucopia of tropical and citrus fruits, yet there is some malt presence holding it all together. It's got tangerine and orange, grapefruit, mango, pineapple, definite melon (very pleasant note), bready and noticeable malt, ever so slightly peppery spice, mango, earthy and a bit of a floral top note. Excellent smelling brew.

The taste follows - it's a lot going on, but nothing in combat. All those tropical and citrus fruit notes are playing well in the sandbox, anchored by the presence of a bread-like malt flavor and a noticeable earthiness. The melon floats in from time to time and adds a refreshing note. It's been a while, but there's what I believe to be a dankness to it similar to hop's cousin... There is just enough bitterness to notice - maybe a touch of a resinous taste. There is also a "kick" to the citrus flavors that are more oil or rind like than the fruit itself. The stronger oily/rind flavors are not overpowering, which would certainly ruin this beer.

The feel did change for me as the beer warmed up. Initially it was soft and full, nice creamy feel, minimal carbonation. After a few sips, it started to feel a bit on the watery side. Not exactly thin, but it started out luxuriously soft and lucious and for me it seemed to fall off just a little bit. No sign of the alcohol, a slight spiciness after the swallow lingers and tingles just a bit.

Overall, this is an excellent beer and probably the best of the NEIPA I have tried. I have experienced the same sensation with mouthfeel with other beers in this style - not sure whether it is supposed to be that way or if it's just me. Regardless, this beer is recommended.

Oct 29, 2018
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Biggtriksta from New York

4.64/5  rDev +0.9%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.75

Picked up a growler of this from the brewery. Fantastic beer. I could drink it all day long. In fact - I did! Awesome hop profile: lots of piney, dank, fresh flavors. Tree House has really been killing it lately and this is no exception.

Jan 11, 2016
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Tonyjenlasc from New Jersey

5/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Look - Looks like mango/pineapple juice in the glass. That killer signature TH look. Haze for days!
Smell - The aroma that comes out of the glass is unbelievable! A complete tropical juice bomb. Pineapples, mangos, tangerines, and limes with a slight dankness underneath all those glorious tropical fruits.
Taste - A heavenly hop assault on the palate. Insanely tropical, citrusy, herbaceous with some piney/pithy/rind bitterness on the back end.
Feel - Smooth, creamy and mouth coating. No clue where the 7.6% is.....

Overall - Completely blown away by this one. Ranks up there as one of my favorites....if not my favorite! Was a pleasure drinking this from finish.

Nov 23, 2015
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BeeHoppy860 from New York

5/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Nice hops with a good blend of tropical flavors. Big foam on the head. Aroma hits you right in the face. Just a great ipa. Had this poured fresh from the brewery in a growler. Had a glass with fried onion rings with baked balls of chicken. Definitely an ipa I would recommend to any beer lover

Oct 11, 2015
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Guess2814 from Massachusetts

4.79/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

Marijuana is the sister plant to hops many Breweries say. This been has a weed type taste. Very different beer. Nice and hoppy. All types of fruit explosions come off this taste..

May 03, 2015
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emount91 from Connecticut

4.92/5  rDev +7%
look: 5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 5

absolutely killer beer, murked out yellow, big fluffy head. smell and flavor are spot on to the can description, this is a galaxy bomb. feel was damn near perfect, though my preference would be a tad more fuzzy (just being picky now). new favorite one I've had from TH.

May 09, 2017
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calitrie1486 from New York

3.85/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Wasn't impressed with this beer, which is shocking bc I love every other beer I had from tree house (sap, JULIUS, c14, c15, lights on). Also heard so much about it and justt was disapponted. Thought It was thin on flavor and bite and a lil more of a watery taste at the end

May 07, 2015
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SebastianOwl from Massachusetts

4.62/5  rDev +0.4%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bought at the brewery on day of canning; dated 10/14/15 and also "Eggs and Ham"; drank in a teku glass on 10/15/15; another amazing beer by Tree House!

Oct 16, 2015
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Lochnessmonster from Florida

4.79/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.75

Rating it above Alter Ego, but below Julius. Green is another fantastically bright IPA from Tree House. I'm starting to see why people wait for hours in the freezing cold for their beers. Super juicy with plenty of pineapple up front and joy in the back. Cheers!

Dec 17, 2015
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Beer rating: 100 out of 100 with 3327 ratings