LibeertyLady (1) - Washington, Washington DC, USA - OCT 7, 2011 does not count
Got this beer from a southern friend of mine. I love the smokey aroma and the bacon-like taste. There’s a little bit of bitterness and it is really "one note" on the smokey-side, but I found this beer incredibly tasty. SudsMcDuff (8383) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - SEP 20, 2011
Bought at Steins in Nawlins .. . Pours a tan-gold .. low to medium foam .. . mostly smoke and a touch of wheat .. . super refreshing and awesome smoke, i can’t believe this beer- super smokey yet amazingly light- but still smokey and sweet .. . one of the nicer American smoked beers i have had!! .. . . . . .
Cajun (532) - Lafayette, Louisiana, USA - NOV 7, 2011
Just bring us what we ordered unless you want me to stick this breadstick up your ass ... .
i’m sure it would taste better if you didn’t...and you might want to butter it first...
Bottle (from Ambassador Wine and Spirits in Lafayette, LA) - I rated this for what it was: a smoked beer... and not for what I prefer. Pours orangish amber with small offwhite head. The first note of aroma is of a BBQ pit, smokey and a hint of tang, and not much else in the way of smell. However, the flavors of SMOKE, a hint of tangy and sweet, with a touch of hops afterwards are more complex than at first sip. As far as smoked beers this is very good. I, personally, would use it in cooking more than I would for drinking, BUT there are many occasions where this would pair well with many different foods, especially cheese. malrubius (2857) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - SEP 26, 2014
Bottle from Brewtopia. Amber not quite cloudy with lasting fluffy head and lace. Smoky tangy grassy yeasty aroma with hints of caramel and fruit. Medium tangy fruity sweetness with woody smoky mildly herbal clean finish. Light and lively body. Some lingering tang and smoke. Could be wheatier I think but an excellent effort at an esoteric style. Delicious. hopscotch (11044) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - OCT 28, 2012
Bottle... Pours a clear, beautiful copper color with a small, quickly-vanishing, white head. The nose delivers fireplace smoke, caramel and spicy grains. Full-bodied with soft carbonation. The flavor is of caramel interwoven with moderate campfire smoke. Mildly sweet, grassy finish. I have to go against the grain here. I dig this beer. Bottle courtesy of garmonbozia!
haugeberg (72) - - NOV 24, 2012
Drank from snifter poured from 12 oz bottle. For a light beer, the smoky flavor is very good, but almost overpowering. Quite an interesting combination of flavors. Definitely worth a second beer.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Cybercat (5738) - Georgia, USA - MAY 13, 2013
Comes out of the growler a dark honey-golden, almost mahogany, a little hazy, with a fairly thick light tan head. Malty aroma has an overtone of smoky barbecue and a hint of honey. Flavor has firm smoky and malty tones with a honey hint. Firm, smooth texture has a good tingle to it and leaves a smoky barbecue-ish finish. Enjoy, but don’t get too "smoked"! kaser (6214) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 6, 2013
Dark orange pour from draft at kingfish in New Orleans. Very smokey. Carmel and nutty notes too but the smokey over powers everything radagast83 (8006) - Alexandria, Virginia, USA - JUN 4, 2011
At SAVOR. Poured a ruby/amberish color with a small white head. Aromas were notes of cherries, smoke, and roasted elements. Flavor was roasted, smokey, with a woody character that was quite interesting. ronaldtheriot (1918) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - SEP 22, 2013
Bayou Teche Boucanee’ has a very thick, foamy, cream-colored head, a clear, bubbly, copper appearance, and slight lacing left behind. The aroma is of an overriding smokiness with an undercurrent of sweetness and wheat bread. Taste is of wood smoke, caramel, sugar, and a touch of bitterness. Mouthfeel is light and watery, and Bayou Teche Boucanee’ finishes crisp, clean, refreshing, and semi-dry. Overall, it’s very smoky and not like a wheat beer. I think it is good and interesting. RJT