tfontana (1228) - Fremont, New Hampshire, USA - JAN 30, 2018
Can pour from The City, Seabrook NH. Appearance is cloudy (fine white particulates), dark orange-brown with minimal sparkle, finger-width sudsy beige head with fair retention and trace lacing. Aroma is rye, fruit, caramel. Taste is rye spice, caramel. Palate is medium bodied with thin, frothy texture, soft to average carbonation and finish as taste. Overall, a bit old so it likely lost its hop character but a nice fall offering. DiarmaidBHK (6170) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 26, 2017
Sampler at brewery. Pours brown with a khaki head. Leaves some lacing in the glass. Not a ton of rye on the nose but it comes through bigger on the tongue. Finished fairly dry. Not bad. Quick3Beers (1564) - East Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 6, 2016
Pours a hazy brown from a can. Aroma is a mix of caramel, brown bread and orange. Flavor is primarily the spicy rye with a touch of orange and caramel. Thin. Good beer. Bebum (1147) - Massachusetts, USA - OCT 14, 2016
Clear amber, tall head.
Full body, assertive flavor, hot mouthfeel, lingering aftertaste.
Powerful hop flavor, malty, discrete orange peel.
Well rounded, very pleasant.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone MaBeer1972 (2224) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 21, 2016
Single can from Julio’s. Re-packaged as "Hayride Spiced Rye Ale". Pours out a murky amber with a thick frothy light tan head. Good lacing. Pleasant herbal-spice aromas. Flavor profile is very good. Peppery rye, piney hops, ginger spice, vanilla, caramel malts are all well balanced. Short bittersweet spicy finish. Reminds me of a light bodied Arrogant Bastard or a Belgian amber.
ClarkVV (7050) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - JAN 14, 2016
Can, unsure of date, assumedly fairly fresh, drunk 1/13/16.N3lson1 (1010) - Long Valley, New Jersey, USA - DEC 26, 2015
Highly clear, light amber to golden body is topped by a medium-sized white head that quickly fades to a ring.
Light herbal/grassy hops with a touch of juju fruit-like character, some rye spiciness and a touch of iced tea character. I think I smell the ginger, which does actually lift the aroma up somewhat, as the hops are not present in very high quantity. Yet nor is there anything wrong with what’s here (don’t get any oak, and the spices are not overdone at all). No alcohol or flaws.
Very straightforward in the flavor, moderately sweet, with various spice notes from rye, hop, pepper, ginger, etc...A touch of light butteriness from the oak, with herbal and grassy hop notes on the end and low bitterness overall. Quite homogenous, actually. Having not read the deScription, I didn’t realize there were any adjuncts in here at all. Carbonation is moderate with no alcohol noted.
Drank from a pint glass, poured into a pint glass Thank you Kevdawg... tastes like another red ale, not a spice/herb/vegtable. VT (2526) - Quebec City, Quebec, CANADA - DEC 18, 2015
355 ml can. Pours a cloudy copper-amber with a creamy, resilient beige head. Aroma is wood, pepper, caramel and roast. Flavor is pepper, caramel, roast, spice. Finish is roast, caramel, spice, herbal. Dry. Lingering earthy notes. Medium to full body, velvety mouthfeel and average carbonation. Very surprising. Ed5388 (3488) - Forked River, New Jersey, USA - NOV 15, 2015
12oz can from dmacaulay culkin! 😱 Thanks bro! Pours a dark hazy amber color with a huge rocky tan head. Aroma of caramel and toasted malts, old oranges, and some mild spiceiness. Taste mimics the nose. Jow (4215) - Orlando, Florida, USA - NOV 12, 2015
Tap at stags head. Fine Amber pour sudsy head. Nose is peppery and malt. Tastes of pepper, malty, caramel, woody, hint of orange peel some rue spice. I get no ginger which I’m thankful for. Dry finish hits backlog throat with some stickiness. Refreshing autumn brew.