Frothmeister (835) - Ontario, CANADA - DEC 1, 2017
473ml can. Pours a lightly cloudy pale yellow with some sediment floaters, and a thin white head. On the nose, resinous notes, with peach, concentrated fresh strawberry notes, and papaya. Taste-wise, fruit forward, fresh pineapple, apricot, passion fruit, and light caramel notes with a streak of minerality that leads into greater bitterness of the metallic, resinous sort with a watery, citrus pithy bitter finish. It's decent, but not worth the price tag. kwboogieboy (21) - - OCT 13, 2017
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2017 edition. AleRider78 (1471) - Winchester, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 7, 2017
Pours amber with a craggy short lived head. Aroma is citrus. Taste is a little sweet, little sour, and a little bitter in the finish. Starts with bready malt and a hint of caramel, leading to grapefruit and lime, and finishing with a little pine. Medium bodied with moderate carbonation. A really decent west coast pale ale, similar to Sierra Nevada.
Pours a frothy off-white head. Has a golden appearance. Somewhat weak lacing. Aromas of citrus and herbal hops, very light malts and grains. Pretty mild bitterness and actually nice and smooth mouthfeel. Excessive carbonation. Pretty easy going down. Sort of a not overly hoppy kinda brew. G_C_R (12) - New Brunswick, CANADA - APR 16, 2017
Not bad - pretty light in colour, very subtle aroma. Expected it to be a teensy bit darker for a beer with "autumn" in the name. Still fairly drinkable..
Bierdimpfe (640) - Quebec, CANADA - FEB 26, 2017
Slightly hazy dark straw color with low activity and a cloud of floating unfiltered particles. Foamy and faintly frothy white 3 finger head, lasting around 10 minutes, with faint lacing. Flavors of pineapples, lemon, peach, sweet grains, caramel, herbal spices. A bit fruity and sugary, more bitter with sharp zesty citrus. Slick and smooth full body with crispy carbonation. Medium strength finish, lingering grassy and leafy hops, floral and dry flowers with faint clove. A hoppy kind of pale ale with good accessibility that can be used to train someone to enjoy IPAs. Quite tender and delicious. Well refreshing with clean dry smoky hopped feel. Good balance and I like the complexity. Overall very good quality craft. n1940 (155) - Dunbar, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 20, 2016
Quiet pour; moderate carbonation with an aggressive hop aroma - grapefruit and conifer. The beer has a hazy gold colour with a big craggy head and good lace. The start is thin, but the taste is crisp and hoppy with grapefruit and spice notes expanding into the middle with a hint of malt. Long durable finish as the flavours blend with some resinous notes at the very end. Complex, aggressive, and balanced. Johnsense (1775) - - NOV 11, 2016
Golden pour, large white head and loads of lacing. Dant catty hop aroma, grapefruit, stronger biscuit malt backbone. Catty up front in the taste, grapefruit, light pine notes, citrus rind, biscuit. Medium body. A bit aged but very drinkable. Still worth trying at least one if you see it in your local lcbo. 97hill (225) - - NOV 9, 2016
can from LCBO, OK I am a Hop Head. love IPA’s just a hoppy guy I guess. fiulijn (21470) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - NOV 8, 2016
This was relly good very fresh, not too hoppy but enough.
Clean tasting beers is what it is all about, give me more. This one is on par with the stuff coming out of some other locals like GLB Tank Ten. Nice work Amsterdam you won me back.
Hazy blond color; very nice aroma, flowery and fruity hops, with a hint of vanilla. Bone dry mouthfeel, crisp malts, resiny and citrusy hops.