paco (576) - Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA - SEP 8, 2005
Very sweet, nutty aroma. Copper colour with a thin white head. Way too creamy for my liking. Very similar to the Regina Pale Ale I’d say. Fiend (104) - Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 11, 2005
I was very impressed with the aroma of this beer. There is definitely a nutty flavor present, and the beer has a nice finish which leaves a lingering flavor on your tongue. Beerguys (50) - Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 11, 2005
Nice creamy head. Light copper color. There is a sweet smell that comes through the malt. Like the last 2 Bushwakker beers, this one has the same malty/lite bitter taste. presario (4916) - Stampede City, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 11, 2005
A lighter gold than the other Bushwakker beers. Nice white head. Aroma is slightly syrupy and oily. Malty yes but a definate hop prescence frrom start to finish. Malt provides a trace of caramel or toffee. Almost like a lower IBU IPA. Trace of high quality nuts in the finish. Bushwakker is a definate stop on a trip through Regina. (No one stays there, right?) mustang3 (254) - Whitby, CANADA - SEP 8, 2004
Another solid beer from Dave. Bottle poured out amber with a very thin white head. The taste is very enjoyable, biscuity malt with some caramel sweetness. No real bitterness, but the finish is refreshing thanks to the carbonation.
OKBeer (1171) - Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA - JUL 14, 2004
Dark amber colour with a diminishing off-white fizzy head. Aroma is dominated by butterscotch, with bready notes creeping in. Bread and cookie flavours up front, and remaining mostly sweet through the finish with a nutty character joining in. Light to medium bodied and smooth. Thanks Dave. Gorbalev (3000) - Ontario, CANADA - MAY 30, 2004
One of the best of this style that I have ever tried. Light hop aroma, pours amber to medium brown, small white head. Tons of flavour right off the bat, in the form of malt and nuttiness, gives way to smooth clean finish with a nice hop flavour. Great carbonation through the entire glass (from a 650ml bottle) yet never becomes too fizzy. A great brew, thanks Rudge75.