mansquito (6319) - Nueva York, New York, USA - JAN 27, 2013
The Ginger Man, NY tap ($10): Pours an amber color with an off-white head. Aroma is lightly of honey, a bit of farmhouse funk, and plenty of malt. Taste is honey sweetness. There be some dryness. A modicum of hops. Easily drinkable, but this is not a very memorable beer. TheBeerGod (6207) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - OCT 3, 2012
Bottle - 750mL corked and caged. Amber-rust pour with a medium tan head. Aroma is sweet malt, caramel, grassy notes, straw, dusty yeast and fruit notes. Taste is rather sweet with lots of malt and caramel, grains, toasted bread, straw, and fruit. Body is medium with a strong, dense carbonation. Ends with more sweet malt, caramel, fruit notes, straw, yeast, soft flowery notes and bread. thirdeye11 (6160) - Dallas, Texas, USA - AUG 30, 2012
(750ml bottle thanks tombu11zeye) clear good, lightning of fine tan bubbles. Nose of Agave, herbal, golden raisin, fresh wort. Taste of cereal grain, syrupy, oats, cream, smooth body but not too interesting. Mora2000 (6158) - McKinney, Texas, USA - AUG 13, 2013
Yellow pour with a white head. The aroma is full of biscuit malt. The flavor is similar with some biscuit malt, grain, grass and yeast. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation. weihenweizen (3731) - Charleston Area, West Virginia, USA - DEC 25, 2012
Refrigerated 750 mL brown bottle corked and capped from the rare beer club poured into a tulip. Pours clear copper with three inch fluffy head. Thin small bubble lacing, medium/thin body, medium carbonation, and caramel malt aroma. Taste is caramel malt, earthy bread, spicy yeast and slightly bitter/astrigent hops. Not spectacular, but easy to drink.
Fatehunter (2561) - Corbett, Oregon, USA - MAR 26, 2013
Poured three fingers of head on a clear, amber colored body with lots of bubbles visible.
The aroma has a light floral scent with a touch metallic.
The taste is light fruit: apple and pear; with a mild sweet finish.
The texture is crisp with moderate carbonation.
A decent beer, nothing special. fidelis83 (2395) - Clinton, Iowa, USA - MAR 14, 2013
Clear amber pour with a 2 finger, creamy off white head. Aroma has cereal toast, nuts, floral hops and light tree fruit. Flavor starts with subtle sweet stone fruit and cereal malt, then some nice tast and nutty malts, tree fruit, yeasty and crusty fresh white bread, nice floral and ever so slight spicy hop notes, hints of earthy dry hay, more spicy and floral hops and mineral notes to the finish. Palate starts off creamy with a medium body and dries out a bit toward the finish without really thinning like most beers do, it becomes a little more oily, but maintains a medium body, mostly creamy feel until the end, which has a nice, mineral dryness with just a touch of booze, awesome. The carbonation is light to medium, with a blanketing and just the right amount of sharpness. A very tasty, though subtle beer with a with a mouthfeel that fits it perfectly. JDBaker11058 (2133) - Maryland, USA - OCT 20, 2012
Appearance: lightly hazed coppery gold, with a thick, creamy head and generous lacing. Aroma: floral, doughy, nutty, with a bit of honey. Taste: sweet nuttiness (almonds or hazelnuts even), with some gingerbread cookies, a bit of citrus peel and a hint of barnyard funk. Finish: clean, almost like a lager, with a slight lingering sweet/funky fruit note. Notes: Extremely easy drinking and very refreshing. Not overly complex, but well-balanced and tasty. Would drink again. Bottle from the Rare Beer Club. nealblind (1848) - Seattle, Alabama, USA - JUN 27, 2013
Amber pour some white head that quickly fades. Aroma of caramel malt, skunky citrus hops. Taste is a big improvement. Heavy toffee malt flavors are balanced by yeastiness and a full body yet dry finish. It’s like an overly malty doppelbock done right. Still it’s not my thing and vaguely reminds me of an amped up heineken. jhamp9 (1830) - Corinth, Texas, USA - AUG 31, 2012
Clear copper with quickly fading white head. A good amount of carbonation.Sweet aroma with some herbal notes. Taste us honey, bread, and herb. Carbonation is prickly on the palate.