Nuffield (4189) - Roseville, Minnesota, USA - JUL 31, 2017
Moderately dark amber, with foaming, rich white head. Decent aroma; I have a more difficult time picking up the rye flavors from this, but it doesn’t come across as too heavily a West Coast IPA or anything. (On tap at brewpub in Hayward, WI) gopherfan99 (2000) - Minnesota, USA - MAY 28, 2017
Can; pours clear amber with an off white head; rye is noticeable in the aroma with some citrus and caramel; taste is bitter with citrus, light rye, caramel, and a hint of pine; dry, bitter with some lingering citrus and pine deyholla (12033) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - MAY 23, 2015
Can. Pours a clear gold with a white head that dissipates to the edges. Aroma has a good amount of sweet citrus with a slight bitterness with a growing crisp sweet grain note. Flavor is full of citrus with a touch of bitterness and a sweet grain and bread backbone. Ughsmash (7508) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 25, 2012
GNBF. Poured clear, medium golden with a well-retained off-white head. The aroma picked up juicy orange hops and peppery rye over soft pale and bready malts.. loved it! The flavor found juicy orange and pine hops plus peppery rye over sweet caramel and lesser bread.. tasty and well-balanced, but it didn’t pop as well as the nose. Medium-bodied and well-carbonated on the palate.. spicy, warm, and engaging. EHopper (620) - Minnesota, USA - JUL 25, 2012
At the brewhouse. Aroma promises more dryness than citrus. Flavor more dull than bright, with a pleasant drying, no way to tell this is a rye. Mouth stays almost numb throughout, but hey, I like it well enough.
Skyview (6093) - Papoose Jct, Minnesota, USA - JUN 2, 2010
Sampled on draught at the 2010 Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival in Chilton, WI. Pours a semi-clear golden amber colored brew with a slow dissolving off-white head that has some nice retention and lacing. Aroma of mostly citrus and grassy hops with a hint of caramel and multi-grain malt. Taste is quite bitter, pushing a double IPA territory with multigrain malt and plenty of citrus. Any rye grain presence is well hidden beneath the hop bitterness. Finish is semi-dry, a sharp bitterness at first and then a dry citrus and autumn leaf aftertaste. It’ll keep the hophead entertained for sure.