Bush Blonde

750 mL corked & caged bottle from Hop City, Atlanta, GA, USA. Opens with an alarming, large pop with lots of gun smoke. The pour into the Duvel tulip yields a darker than expected, orange colored body with a pretty good head and some really nice lace. This is a confusing beer since it also has the word "Tripel" on the label (along with Blonde). It's really quite a sweet beer than lacks any kind of white pepper notes or spice. The beer is really quite bland in many respects and lacks even an...

Bush de Noël

Notes added 01/29/22 33 cl bottle, pictured. The color is a chestnut brown with plenty of red included. The head is small and short-lived, but at 12% expected. This beer drinks infinitely fruitier to my palate in 2022 than it ever did in the past. It’s wave after wave of sweet cherries, sugary pear drops, and pineapple cubes (the sweets not the fruit itself). Original scores maintained. Whilst the alcohol is there, it absolutely does not impart any kind of ethanol taste. It’s quite amazing...

Bush Ambrée

250 mL bottle, great looking orange foil and nice orange and green color scheme on the label. Pour shows that deep golden, viscous liquid that begins to give away the alcohol content immediately. Nice film left as a head, not as spotty as some. Some scant lacing. Aromas are sugary floral notes. Taste is certainly alcohol based, but not as pronounced as many reviews have noted prior to mine. Actually this is very drinkable. the alcohol is obviously present, but I can really enjoy sipping it....