StevieT (2015) - AUSTRALIA - OCT 26, 2014
From a can. Pours cloudy orange, mild hoppy aroma, medium body with a mild hoppy aftertaste. It’s very drinkable. slowrunner77 (12159) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 18, 2014
"a little hoppier, but even lighter in body and flavor than the powder hound. not for me...left me wanting more. moose drool is the only beer i’ve had from them (so far) that i’d buy again." Darkmagus82 (2302) - - OCT 16, 2014
Transfer from BA review on 4-30-14-
Poured from bottle into a pint glass
Appearance – The beer pours a clear golden color with a one finger head of fizzy white foam. The head fades super-fast leaving only a trace bit of fizzy lace on the sides of the glass.
Smell – The aroma of the beer is very light overall with just a light level of caramel sweetness and a little bit of a bready and grainy smell. Along with these is a very light grassy smells as well.
Taste – The taste begins with a rather crisp and bready flavor with a good level of graininess right upfront. Along with these flavors are some flavors of a very light caramel and light fruit flavor of apricot and peach. The fruit flavors grow in flavor as the taste advances sweetening the brew as the taste moves on. Along with the sweeter fruit flavors some light grassy tastes to leave a clean and moderately crisp flavor to linger on the tongue.
Mouthfeel – The body of the beer is on the thinner side with a carbonation level that is on the average side. A slightly higher carbonation level may have been slightly better for creating a greater level of crispness, but even with that side the feel was rather nice for the style and still made for a rather refreshing brew.
Overall – A very easy drinking pale ale, a good one to sip leisurely. Jado (798) - Camp Hill, AUSTRALIA - OCT 11, 2014
From 12 oz can. Pours a clear golden amber with a thin but lasting white head and lively carbonation. Aromas of tropical fruit (papaya, melon), crusty white bread and a bit of lime. Taste is fresh fruit at the front end before a prickly zesty bitterness washes across the palate. Quite a clean finish with a light fruity aftertaste. Pretty good all around. Travlr (25269) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - OCT 10, 2014
Draft at Old Post. Clear golden amber color. Nice arona if muxed citrus and pine. Taste is bitter pine resin, nice malt backbone to balance.
KeefOz (1862) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - OCT 10, 2014
Poured a translucent amber colour with a one- to two-finger white frothy head that retained OK and laced OK. Carbonation medium and coarse. Aroma subtle and of caramel and floral hops. Taste initially sweet caramel malt followed by a mild and nice citrus hops bitterness. Light body. Smooth with a subtle lingering citrus bitterness. OK. dfearnley (2218) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 2, 2014
Can to goblet
Lots of spruce, lemon, grapefruit, and a little funk. Clear light amber with a ringed white head. Spruce, wheat, lemon. Drinkable, but average. Ferris (15910) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 2, 2014
Can - Sweet caramel and piny resin. Clear gold with a decent white head. Caramel. Pine and resin with some nice pale malt sweetness. Decent. jonnyguns (1105) - AUSTRALIA - OCT 2, 2014
Can from mane liquor. Pours light orange with small white head. Nose is light tropical fruit, citrus and biscuit. Not a strong nose but nice enough. Taste is quite tame. Biscuity with light citrus. Standard
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Lappy (33) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - SEP 15, 2014
A well balanced and very pleasing fresh crisp pale ale. Just the tonic for our Australian climate.
A great attribute is that it is not one of these OTT hoppy US ales that have flooded the market down here in recent times. This is far more sensible and appealing pale ale that would and does appeal to the larger market.
I have passed a few around to my mates and all have thoroughly enjoyed it which is a pretty hard task with most them.
My beer for the summer!