beerwarbler (50) - - JAN 10, 2019
We had this at Traversos in Naperville Illinois in January 2019 it came in a can and for a gluten-free beer it was very good
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Skarecrow (1626) - North Shore, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - NOV 4, 2018
UPDATED: NOV 4, 2018 473ml can
Dank red brown colour with sudsy tan head.
Sweet malty/molasses taste.
Like an English Mild. yngwie (18238) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 12, 2018
Can, at Duggfrisk. Almost clear in the glass, reddish brown in color, with a dense beige head leaving some curtains. Lightly roasted aroma with some hints of dried fruits and sugar, and a faint note of nuts. There's a light bitterness in the mouth, something earthy too, and also the nutty hints and dried fruits found in the aroma. A light roasted flavor too. Full to medium body, equally sweet and dry, with a pleasant carbonation. Medium length finish. Sure not bad this one either. 170819 Oakes (22364) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 24, 2018
Amber colour. Toasty, crackery malts. Moderate bitterness. Balanced...not half bad, and you would not know it was gluten free.
5000 (7050) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - JUN 26, 2018
Can:   Deep copper, thin whispy off-white head, little lacing.   Very dark for a Red Ale.   Biscuity and bready nose.   This is on the border of being like a Scottish Ale.   Herbal maltiness up front, a little musty, some mountain shrub like background.   Odd Amber Ale.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   Could use more carbonation.   Finishes with some herbal shrubby biscuity malt notes, light sweetness.   Not my idea of an Amber/Red Ale.
Cybercat (7794) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - APR 4, 2018
Pours clear mahogany with a thick and frothy buff head. Aroma features woody and, must be millet and buckwheat notes. Flavor presents so-so but serviceable woody and buckwheat notes. Or is that millet? Mouthfeel offers wan body and fizz. Not too shabby for gluten-free. julesxxl (2342) - FRANCE - FEB 5, 2018
UPDATED: FEB 8, 2018 (rousse (évidemment), nez fumé, bouche (gouleyante) aussi, sarrasin & millet & quinoa & marron (adds), mais fade) BlackHaddock (9509) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JAN 17, 2018
16 oz can (as red ale) on 16th Jan 2018 at my daughters in California. Poured into a Corsendonk glass (twice), it looked fine. red hue to the brown body, slight mistiness overall. Interesting ingredients list; buckwheat, millet, chestnut and quinoa (don't forget the 'candy syrup'). Different, a little caramel sweet, almost enjoyed it, just a bit weird really. ALLOVATE (3251) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - SEP 4, 2017
Only a little over best by date, but I'm still preplexed by just what style of beer this is!?azzurro (975) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 5, 2017
It produces up a deepest ruby that shimmers in the lights. Big, bold, tight sheen of beige foam atop holds for the length and laces well. Aroma of rich malt, roasted carob, char-grilled beef, Bovril™, marzipan, hazelnut spread and a hit of smoked tea leaves. Palate is creamy, smooth, soft, full. Smoke, tea tannins, umami, earthy spices, top soil and thick, thick chocolate fill the mouth. Mild coffee and ash last long, long, long between swallows. Quite rich and sweet with little to no hops evident. Toffee brittle and burnt sugar offer a level of bitterness but otherwise this drinks like an Old ale more than a Red ale. Quite thick and rounded. A standalone GF ale!! (16fl.Oz can, BB 03/08/17, The Liquor Shed, Jandakot)
Got this one part of the 4 pack around Easter. I had to try this glutenberg hype. Looks like root beer, odd taste, great aroma, missing something.