Aurelius (6087) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - APR 4, 2019
UPDATED: APR 4, 2019 Clean, print shop tallboy. Clear, very pale yellow, tall webby/pillowy white head. Lightly floral, ambiguously fruity, sticky sweetish, slightly white winey aroma. Bland, underbittered, alternative grain flavors, notably 'twang'. Birds won't even eat millet - next time you get a bag of birdseed, note that the round grains will be kicked out of the feeder by both the birds and the squirrels. This is to beer what textured soy protein is to ground chuck. Medium body, carbo retention is not great. Another to toss onto the pile of gluten free beers. Market Square Liquors, Tallahassee. George999 (586) - Colorado, USA - DEC 25, 2018
UPDATED: DEC 25, 2018 Aroma: Can - light aroma of yeast, Granny Smith apples, and low citrus from the hops. The malts (grains) are light, crackery with low sweetness.
Appearance: Crystal clear body, very pale yellow almost clear. Head is airy, it's retained about a finger thick, and is richly consisting of small bubbles with a few mediums.
Flavor: a slight Granny Smith apple flavor, light lime flavors and a little earthy funky flavor is also found from the hops. The malts (grains) are gentle, they provide a low cracker flavor. Balance is more hoppy and the finish is sweet.
Mouthfeel: Thin body, with high carbonation. No alcohol warmth, not creamy due to the high carbonation, and no astringency noted.
Overall: Knowing this uses Millet over standard grains the flavor profile is not bad. Balance feels a little off with it being sweet and highly carbonated, but the crisp Granny Smith apple from the Hops and a sweetness make this a fairly refreshing gluten free beer. FROTHINGSLOSH (9584) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 31, 2018
Sampled from a can this beer poured a pale yellow color with a small foamy off white head that faded quickly. The aroma was perfume, herbal and off. The flavor was bitterish, astringent and off with light grain and medicine. Long off finish. Medium body. Oakes (22533) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 24, 2018
Medium body, low bitterness, mellow citrusy hops...balanced. Easy drinking. Decent macro gold. Nie (131) - - JUL 10, 2018
UPDATED: JUL 10, 2018 Metallic sorghum and honey aroma. Bitter off-wheat with a musky aftertaste. Dank and forgettable.
Cybercat (7923) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - MAY 31, 2018
Pours wan yellow with a thick but ephemeral white head. Aroma offers pomme and fresh - ah, millet? - notes. Flavor presents fruity and malt-ish tones with a hoppy hint, not overwhelming. Texture delivers thin body and barely perceptible fizz. Well, had to give it a fair shake. Slipstream (2958) - USA - APR 7, 2018
UPDATED: APR 7, 2018 Brewed with millet, corn, demerera sugar, yeast, and not enough hops. Aroma is cereals, some lemon and clove, and something a little dank. Taste is light whole wheat bread and an unpleasant bitter finish that brought me back to the pencils I chewed on in my youth. Not a winner imo. gripweed57 (3818) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - SEP 23, 2017
16 ounce can. Honey gold color topped by a small bubbly white head tat quickly disappears. Faint grainy nose. Light sweet grainy notes. A hint of honey and lemon. Bready flavor in middle. Light dry finish. ALLOVATE (3259) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - SEP 1, 2017
Chilled and into a nonic. Straw gold and bright as bright. Highly charged and highly effervescent but it all erupts to atmosphere headless. Strange, phenolic nose of polyurethane, truffle oil, silica gel and a little citrus. Ultra-featherweight in body with a pitting, carbonic acid front and crisp finish. Very thin for taste. Low to no hop. Slight citrus sweetness more akin to cordial than esters. Soft toasted note, may be the corn, may be the demerara. Phenolic, clove-like and plastic backdrop and aftertaste. Just nothing here to admire. And nothing in that nose to be tempted by! (50cL can, BB 09/09/17, The Liquor Shed, Jandakot) alobar (4413) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 10, 2017
Clear golden pour with minimal aroma of grain and citrus. Bready flavor with some citrus. Meh.