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RATINGS: 93   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.88/5   IBU: 35   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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Pale Ale Américaine.
La Glutenberg pale ale américaine est une ale sans gluten, brassée à partir de millet, de sarrasin, de mais et de quinoa. Son nez expressif offre des arômes d’abricot et de pamplemousse. La bouche, d’une belle amplitude, explose avec des notes d’agrumes, spécialement de pamplemousse, véritable signature des houblons américains. Elle présente une amertume relevée, caractéristique de ce style de bière. Formerly known as Projet Américain.

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FROTHINGSLOSH (9574) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 31, 2018
Sampled from a can this beer poured a hazy vibrant golden-peach color with a large foamy orange-white head that lingered and left decent lacing. The aroma was grainy and a touch herbal with a floral hop presence. The flavor was bitter and grainy with medicine, perfume and floral hops. Long finish. Medium body.

2.6
5000 (7050) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - JUN 26, 2018
Can:   Vibrant straw in color, clear, thin foamy white head, little lacing.   Odd nose, reminds me of fruit leaves for some reason.   Just as strange on the tongue.   Just some very pale fruity malitness that has a slightly herbal or vegetal background.   Moderate body and mouthfeel.   Not a lot on the finish, soft pale fruity maltiness that just seems... a little medicinal or herbal.   Not much of a Pale Ale at all.


2.1
KingofCastle (210) - London, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 19, 2018
GF beer is maddening as the stated style is not always an accurate label! this is more like a bitter or english ale . .. for a GF beer, this is the ONLY one i've seen with head and lacing . . . it has a cloying sweetness which is offensive: the ingredient identifies candy syrup which explains a lot lol . . . the alcohol at 5.5% again is trying for the pale ale style but it doesn't work for a bitter which is traditionally lower alcohol . . . it almost makes me want to drink their ale b/c it at least is an somewhat honest example of its style, although it has inferior legs and body

3.4
obguthr (8098) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - DEC 16, 2017
Pounder: Briney lemongrass nose. Clear amber, thick head, good lace. Grass. Medium body, easy carbonation.

2.6
ALLOVATE (3251) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - AUG 25, 2017
Into a tulip chilled. Orange amber, bright and radiant in the lights. Headless bar an island of bubbles dead centre of the glass. Medicinal, plastic phenols punch through a generally streamlined pale stonefruit and citric nose. Bitter, peppery mace-like taste dominates. Acrid phenolic finish. Starchy, pasty mouthfeel. Buttery front. Vitamin ’C’ tablet flavour over notes of bitter Seville orange. Carbonation is low only tickling the very tip of the tongue. Not the best at all, despite my appreciation of the difficulties brewing with non-conventional sugar sources. Still, it wasn’t drain pour. (47,3cL can, BB, The Liquor Shed, Jandakot)

3.5
azzurro (973) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 15, 2017
This one is not bad. After a disappointing 1st Glutenberg, this one is pretty good for a gluten-free.

2.3
Davros (3574) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - APR 21, 2017
Pours amber with a smalll head. Nose shows spicy hops, herbal notes, light grainy malt, a slight syrupy note and light cardboard. Flavours include sorachi ace dill and custard notes, grainy malt, slight confectionery notes and a cardboard and metallic finish.

2.8
jaghana (6846) - Strasbourg (Alsace), FRANCE - MAR 8, 2017
Can, nose is on agrumes and zests. Aroma is on the same, grapefruit, lemon zest, orange zest, very bitter with astringency, some malt notes but alcohol background. A good gluten free beer but not a good pale ale.

1.5
Faathoven (105) - LAOS - DEC 29, 2016
Pours yellow with white head. Aroma of hay, grass, cereals. The flavour is quite undrinkable, a mixture of stale cereals and grass. A dump-in-the-sink-beer.

3.3
labeerinthum (3001) - Milano, ITALY - NOV 6, 2016
Lattina. Il gusto al naso ritrova il luppolo. L’intensità olfattiva è elevata e la persistenza olfattiva è sufficiente. Il cappello di schiuma cremosa ha una discreta resistenza e finisce con un abbozzo di pizzo sul vetro. La carbonazione è media. La consistenza del liquido è limpida. Le bollicine sono fini, spinte da una carbonazione media e frizzante. Il colore è giallo ambrato. Il corpo è pieno. L’amaro è deciso. L’intensità gustativa è elevata e la persistenza gustativa è buona. Il gusto è piacevole. Le sensazioni boccali finali sono luppolate. Il finale è amarognolo e lungo. Il retrogusto è intenso. L’aroma in bocca riporta sentori di miele, frutta secca, resina, pino, agrumi, pompelmo.


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