Pigfoot (2268) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - SEP 14, 2004
Pours an amber/coppery color, with a fine, frothy white head, that doesn’t stay long. Aroma is subtle, sweet, with fresh clean notes of citrus, lemon, and honey. Floral, herbal, and a bit on the dry side. Slightly toasty, caramel notes come through towards the middle. Light in body, smooth mouthfeel, with a little tang in the texture. Low in hops, smooth, sweet, delicious. A nice light ale with excellent hops. Perfect for it’s target audience, the type who never want to wrestle with hops, and just want to slide something down their throat. wnp22 (698) - Toronto (Roncesvalles Village), Ontario, CANADA - AUG 12, 2004
Tasted in Colorado (Denver). Tasted at Rock Bottom brewery. Appearance is a deep copper colour with a thin white head. Aroma had both malt and hop like elements, as did the flavour. hotstuff (5270) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - AUG 9, 2004
Draft at BW3 downtown Indy. Poured a small sized light tan head with fne sized bubbles that mostly diminished. Fast rising carbonation, transparent and an orange hue. Malty and hoppy aroma. Lightly bitter, malty and hoppy tasting with a little hoppy aftertaste. Tingly mouthfeel. Medium bodied beer with fair lacing. thedm (6320) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - AUG 9, 2004
This draft brew from the BW3 on Maryland Ave in Indianapolis on our wedding day, Hotstuff and I, poured a small head of finely sized white colored mostly lasting bubbles that left behind a good lacing. The body was carbonated, transparent and copper brown in color. It had a mild malt hop red ale aroma and a tingly hoppy mouth feel with a lingering tingle in the finish. The flavor contained notes of red ale and hops. Hopistotle420 (1177) - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA - AUG 8, 2004
Rockies Brewing...Faintly toasty, caramel, creamy malt nose. Orange copper hue, creamy off white head, lasting with moderate lacing. Toffee-ish malts, sweet, toasted cereal, late nuts, light to medium body, lacking in great falvor and balance. Faint bitter hop ending. Drinkable; a decent amber.
turbo (1271) - Arizona, USA - JUL 22, 2004
Bottle from Rockies Brewing Company Beaver (1853) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - JUL 7, 2004
cloudy copper color with nice head and decent lacing.
cramy malty aroma.
tasty creamy tangy citrus flavor.
refreshing and easy drinking beer.
good sumer beer.
The Singletrack pours an orange-copper color (surprise!) with a kind of fizzy off-white head that had decent retention and some lacing. Terminus (3721) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - JUN 29, 2004
It aroma is very sweet smalt, almost cloying and kind of reminiscent of of mass produced crap but with a slightly spicy, toasted caramel note.
It’s taste is a lot of sweet, starchy malt up front with a subtle spicy, hop bite at the finish. As it warms, some toasted malt and toffee comes out, and the bitter finish becomes a little more pronounced. It has a thin, watery body.
Overall, I could see this as a good transition beer, or something to drink if there was nothing better available. It kind of reminds me of a beefed up Dos Equis Amber. It’s too sweet for me.
bottle-pours an orange hue with small white head. mild carbonation. Malty sweet aroma slight citrus with some earthy hops as well. Flavors are similar, just not as strong. all the flavor up front with no finish. boring and unbalanced. Very biting bitterness also, which was not good. This tastes more like an ESB than an Amber. robertsreality (2460) - Minnesota, USA - JUN 21, 2004
Orange Coloring...little hops....nothing that wonderful, but not a bad beer altogether. 3fourths (9358) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - MAY 27, 2004
Bottle from Rockies Brewing Company. Clear orange appearance, sweet nose full of malts with some orange, wood, nuts, and grape aromas. Very clean and crisp malt flavor, a little grainy, with a sweet orange and bread overriding flavor. Certinaly not bad, but nothing special.