kwik-lime (1939) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 25, 2017
Slightly dusty hops, some herbs, earth and a hint of tea. Not really my thing. dorain (304) - Berlin, GERMANY - JUL 7, 2017
Vom Fass Stone Brewing Berlin 2016-11 getrunken. Mir viel zu Bitter - Neein Waaaasssser und ein neues Bier bitte! Lore (2747) - Budapest, HUNGARY - JUL 6, 2017
Hazy amber colour with floating particles and minimal off-white head; aroma and taste of toasted rye bread, pine resiny notes, candied orange peel, grapefruit and hints of marmalade; ok beer pils70 (133) - - JUL 2, 2017
Note intense di pane scuro, biscotto, e soprattutto caramello che appesantisce la bevuta. Kobracai (165) - FINLAND - JUL 1, 2017
Pours cloudy amber/orange. Aromas is light tropical and caramel. Taste is mild. Some roasted notes. Thin body, a bit watery. Okay.
radassace (333) - SCOTLAND - JUL 1, 2017
330ml can. Pours hazy chestnut brown with s**t loads of sediment. Large creamy beige head. Nose is rye bread, biscuit, earthy, grapefruit and orange peel. Light and refreshing but at the same time nicely malty and bitter. Fantastic brew. Then I decided to pair it with a Gentleman Jack double mellowed Tenessee Whiskey. Great combination! herrklemann (282) - Graz, AUSTRIA - JUN 24, 2017
Bottle. Dark red with a big beige head. Pine, pine, pine, candied orange, grapefruit, toasty malts, some tea, grass. Dry, medium bitter. Medium body, with soft carbonation. Very piney, good Amber Ale. Heidbummer (656) - SCOTLAND - JUN 17, 2017
Can from M+S. Pours a lovely clear amber with generous off white creamy head. Malty, caramel, toast aroma. Good carbonation. Nice balance of sweet and bitter. I like this - it’s almost like a traditional 80 shilling, but with a decent more American hoppy edge to it. MarcoBasile (432) - DENMARK - JUN 12, 2017
It pours a nice dark red / dark amber colored body with a nice white head. The aroma is nice and round. A lot of sweet malts and piney hops. They’ve used Chinook, Simcoe and Nelson Sauvin hops, and personally I’m a big fan of both Simcoe and Chinook which brings out that lovely dry pine sensation to the beer. You definitely pick that up in the taste. It’s a very crisp and clean beer that starts off very mild, but quickly gives you the nice bitter pine and grapefruity notes. It’s very well balanced, the hops just lingers long enough to let the malts do their job too. This is one nice fruity and piney red ale! erikaraeb (228) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 31, 2017
Light malty, toasty aroma. Classic red ale taste of malt and brown sugar in the front finished with a tempered, hoppy, bitter bite. Creamy yet light body. Quite refreshing.