AleDude (41) - USA - APR 13, 2008
A dark red colored ale with virtually no head. A smooth beer with a stronger than expected hoppiness. Finish is a bit thin, but a very good beer. BEERGUY007 (206) - Scotia, New York, USA - APR 26, 2008
You know what these guy do that I love? No preservatives! Like going to the tap...without going to the tap! Thier beers are s delicious! If you haven’t had one...any one of them, do yourself a favor and go try. Golden color with a white head. Nice and hoppy, smooth clean flavor. Dogbrick (13018) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - APR 8, 2002
Slightly tart, nicely hopped Stout. Slightly more complex than the Ol’ Ron’s Oatmeal Stout. A very solid beer. BennyTicklez (621) - USA - MAR 5, 2005
Wasn’t expecting much from this one, but I got more than I had bargained for. This beer pours a pale reddish color with almost no head. Looks very watery. Taste is very hoppy with a good malty backing. A little thin and watery, but the hops are done very nicely, better than any other irish ale I have had. edden (925) - cow- lumbus, Ohio, USA - JUN 1, 2003
4/18/03: take home growler at ale house #1.
OhioDad (2492) - Hilliard, Ohio, USA - MAR 21, 2006
rich amber in color. no lace. spice, some hops (carameled hops) and malt to the taste. somewhat bitter aftertaste.
On tap at alehouse #1 - Pours bright amber with a creamy offwhite head. Aroma consists of pleasant floral aroma over grains and caramel malts. Flavor is surprisingly quite hoppy. Lots of floral notes, some orange as well, and a touch of grapefruit. Backed pretty well with caramel malts and some grains as well. Palate is medium bodied and rather creamy. Very drinkable and a nice compliment to the food. I was pleasantly surprised on this one. JaBier (7973) - Capital City, Ohio, USA - APR 13, 2010
On tap at the Alehouse. I was beginning to think they poured me the wrong beer until I read some of the other reviews. Aroma is very strong with hops. Citrusy and grassy with some caramel malt in there too. Certainly looks like an Irish red, as it’s a clear reddish copper with a medium tan head. Flavor is earthy hops and bready malt with a lasting bitter finish. Gunshy (479) - Ohio, USA - MAR 27, 2003
Well with St. Patrick's day nearly upon us, it was time to sample the new batch of Irish Rouge before the bar hoppers on that day drain the cask dry. This beer was an medium reddish amber color and formed an off white bubbly head that left circular lace as it subsided. A subtle aroma of malt and citrus with a slight grain element to it. The flavor was of malt and lightly of cirtrus. The finish had a slight bitterness to it, but nothing overpowering.
SDbruboy (1864) - San Diego, California, USA - MAR 19, 2004
Draft, comes a clear, reddish color with a small off-white head that diminished to a ring of bubbles. Sweet malty aroma, smooth sweet flavor with a crisp hop finish. Medium body and light carbonation. Darkover (1538) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - APR 4, 2005
UPDATED: MAR 23, 2006 Amber with a small beige head. Malt aroma. Flavor of rye malt and strong hops. Long bitter finish.