decaturstevo (6339) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - NOV 2, 2006
A golden orange pour with a light off white head, An aroma of light malt, corn and a hint of hops. A flavor of some malt and a lite bitter. Smooth palate with just a tad of fizz and a bit thin. A pretty clean beer not bad at all. shigadeyo (3759) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - NOV 1, 2006
Golden color (almost clear) with an off-white crown. Moderate amount of carbonation and splotchy lacing. Grassy and floral hop aroma with a little doughy maltiness in the background. Flavor is fresh floral and light citrus hops (orange/lemon - must be the Centennial in there!) with some buttery malt. Finish is has somewhat a somewhat "green" hop bitterness. Overall this beer is pretty well balanced. A bit thin on the palate, but still enjoyable and refreshing. Another solid Abita brew! I’m glad I was able to try a bottle of this since it seems to be getting difficult to find around my neck of the woods now... Actually, the further and further I get through this bottle, the more I like it. It reminds me of a good English bitter or Pale Ale in some ways...
12 oz bottle, $1.90 from Jungle Jim’s. thedm (6275) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - OCT 17, 2006
This bottled brew from a restaurant poured a large sized head of foamy white colored bubbles that was and left behind a transparent softly carbonated yellow-orange colored body and a very good lacing. The strong aroma was hoppy malty and dough. The mouth feel was tingly at the start and at the finish. The flavor contained notes of malt and mild hops. A decent one but not one that I would consider buying again. Saarlander (1686) - Saarlouis, GERMANY - OCT 16, 2006
Better flavor than the other Abita beers I’ve had, enjoyed this quite alot for the style, a slight bitterness to this one, but flavor was still lacking for me, ok brew overall. Drinkable. jonas (7748) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - OCT 12, 2006
Bottle. Elderflower aroma. Pale golden, low head. Very lightbodied, dry papery malt, elderflower hop counter. Cardboard retronasal. meh
hotstuff (5201) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - OCT 9, 2006
Bottle. Small off-white head that mostly diminished, mostly transparent, minimal lacing, visible carbonation, and a golden hue. Nose was hoppy and citrus. Flavor was mildly hop and mild citrus. Tingly mouthfeel. Light body. Just a so-so brew IMO. KAggie97 (3529) - Ugly, Hot, and Humid Spring, Texas, USA - OCT 8, 2006
Bottle from Slob. Thanks! It’s a little sad when the city (Houston) that took a great portion of Katrina refugees into her care can’t get this beer. It’s even more sad when I, as a Houstonian, have to trade with someone in MARYLAND (no offense to Maryland residents) to get this beer. I’m not asking for a poster proclaiming our (Houstonians) generosity, but c’mon. We should be able to buy this beer. [/SOAPBOX] Pours a deep amber. Aroma is dull hops and a touch of Cajun swampwater. Flavor is a cinammony hops; very reminiscent of an ale that should be partaken during the Christmas holidays. Medium mouthfeel. A session beer. Juelze (1146) - Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA - OCT 5, 2006
Pours an amber color. Aroma is nice floral hops with some citrus. Taste is citrus hops with a nice caramel backbone. Easy drinking ale. SDbruboy (1864) - San Diego, California, USA - SEP 21, 2006
12 oz. bottle, from Holiday Wine Cellar. Pours a slightly hazy golden amber, with little to no head, even with a vigorous pour. Sweet fruity and toasty malts, orange juice, apricot, light honey notes and clover with floral hoppiness. Somewhat sweet toasty malt flavor, floral and vegetal notes along with a bitter herbal hop finish. Light to medium body and tingly carbonation. emacgee (4697) - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - SEP 16, 2006
Pours an amber ale with a generous tan head. Very fruity, floral hops. Tastes slightly bitter, but not to the point of an IPA. Laces well. Has about the maximum hops I can enjoy. Bitter, but not to the point of extreme. Nice finish. A good beer.