In a blind tasting by BJCP trained experts, this beer rated


Green’s Enterprise Dry-Hopped Lager

Aroma: “Surprising peach and resin hops. Sorghum grainy aroma. Spicy hops notes up front. Sweet malt, some fruity characters. Some grape-like notes. Very fruity. Strong apple aroma with notes of white wine. Light honey-like sweetness. No noticeable alcohol presence.”

Flavor: “Hops-forward, stone-fruit. A bit of candy-like sweetness from the base grain, with the hops character coming through mostly as earthy, spicy hops. Finishes a bit astringent, with a slight tartness. The grain-like sweetness hits in the front but dries out quickly with some slight grassy and tangy character in the finish. Grape-wine characteristics. Finishes very dry. Notes of ginger and lemongrass.”

Overall: “The bold hops profile helps this stand out. This beer provides some nice complexity with the tangy sharp carbonation giving a taste of a highly carbonated wine. Starts with a floral, fruity aroma. The taste profile comes across very soda like, particularly with the high level of carbonation. Very dry finish.”