kiwianer (3428) - Otorohanga, NEW ZEALAND - JUN 2, 2012
From Tap @ the Brewpup. The head is robust, the body amber-brown colored, a bit cloudy. The taste is fruity- amber-sweet. Interesting hoppy a bit sweet, and a bit bitter. Good aromatic and hoppy amber beer. 12/11/12/12/-/12 skortila (5985) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - AUG 21, 2011
On tap @ the brewpub. The aroma has malts, some caramel, citric hops. Hazy, orange-brown coloured beer with a medium, slight off-white head. The taste is light bitter, has some malty sweetness present, quite hoppy. Dry hoppy finish. Nice one. Beerlando (3343) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JUN 17, 2011
Draft at the brewpub in Vienna. Pours a hazy, dark, brassy amber color with a small, fading head of smooth, beige tinted foam. Settling to a thin film, the head gives pronounced clumps and spots of patchy lacing to the glass. The nose is very hoppy for an amber, bordering on IPA level floral and citrus aromatics. Notes of grapefruit and wildflowers come to mind, brightening up a caramelized cereal grain and buttered bread malt base. Flavors mirror the nose, showing pithy citrus hops, dry grasses, and some pine resin, all over a base of baking sugar-glazed cereal and crusty bread. The palate is medium-light in body, balanced, and slightly papery, making it incredibly quaffable. Nice brew. Very reminiscent of some of the better American hoppy ambers, like Mac ’n’ Jack’s African Amber. Geiserich (4595) - Linz, AUSTRIA - MAY 12, 2011
Draught at 1516: Amber color, huge creamy head. Flavor is refershing, light malty, full notes of aroma hops. Light bitter, light dry finish. Refreshing, nic hoppy but not to bitter brew.