scotch4281 (39) - Hollywood, Florida, USA - JUN 23, 2008
Great beer. I was pleasantly surprised with the flavor but figured hey it has a cool name, it must be able to back it up. lionus (11) - , Wisconsin, USA - AUG 5, 2015
Well balanced contrast to the "Session IPA" trend. Hop nose hits your right in the face, but without the overwhelming bitterness that seems to be characteristic of other beers. Nicely balanced. Great intro to craft beer or alternative to high alcohol IPA. Bruno1958 (1) - Rockport, Indiana, USA - OCT 27, 2015 does not count
I just love this beer. Unbelievable taste! I was never a big fan of "hoppy" tasting beer but this beer is smooth and is not bitter like some other brands. iamqueensblvd (247) - , Iowa, USA - DEC 29, 2009
Sweet floral hoppy notes on the nose. hazy amber pour with lots of off white head. Smooth flavor of hops with a slight sweet finish on the palate. delicious. philtom15 (54) - Kansas, USA - NOV 17, 2011
This is one of the most interesting beers I have ever tasted, it is hard to put it into a category. If I had to put it into just one I would make a new one and say a slightly hoppy amber ale or a pale amber ale. This is a truly thrist quinching beer, great on a hot summer day. Plus who can argue with the slogan get hazed, Priceless.
ericmanley (2) - USA - JAN 16, 2007 does not count
Very strong American hop flavor and aroma. Plenty of floral character. A bit hazy, but I guess that’s intentional. Medium white foam with good retention. hamsterglory (48) - Bryan, Texas, USA - SEP 13, 2008
i’m telling you: at one time, this was a five star beer. despite what dan at boulder beer says, something has changed. something has backed up and relented. maybe the price of hops? maybe the shortage of necessities? whatever the case - something has changed. but that something is not my allegiance to this brewery or this particular ale. i love boulder beer. i love hazed and infused. were i awaiting the electric chair and i had only five beers to drink before my death, i would choose a hazed. i mean, really, people, it’s just that good. (okay, that was melodramatic, but still). melted penny copper color imbues a full dry-hop aroma. i smell slightly familiar flavor. i taste jason scott’s kansas city living room and rob zombie’s filmography. i taste herb harjes’ denver camaraderie and cara harjes’ great stories. i tasted that christmas eve when the wife and i watched ALL the ROCKY films, and i woke up on christmas day with a splitting headache. yes: this is my ale. i see it is the color, smell it in the aroma, taste it in the changed flavor, miss it when i am away from distribution. i could say more about the technicalities, but this is not a technical beer for me: it’s autobiographical. and i hope more people will subscribe to its story. SanfordBrewer (1634) - Sanford, Florida, USA - APR 23, 2010
lucent copper, thick foamy white head, high effervescence, med-body, med-co2, thick lace.PBOYNY (316) - Westchester, New York, USA - JAN 3, 2003
aroma: fresh juicy hops, sweet white wine.
T1= hop juice, pale malt.
T2= smooth, mild, slightly fruity, slightly malty.
T3= sweet hop bread, lingering hop fruitiness.
rich, smooth, and clean all the way through.
hops are fresh and juicy; not bitter, resinous, or citrus.
this is one of the best ales i have ever tasted, hoppy beyonf belief, great head, smells like a fresh forest grove with big fluffy taste explosions with every swallow! DUbrew (49) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 17, 2004
This is my new favorite pale ale. For me its just goes down better than my old fav, Alpha King. The fruitiness is not overpowering, and the beer is not overly carbonated, just enough.