thegreenrooster (4396) - St.louis, Missouri, USA - FEB 4, 2017
Pour is a clear golden with almost no head at all. Aroma is a doughy sweet malt with not much else. Flavor is again a way too sweet malt with no bitterness. This is boarding on a malt liquor feel with the syurpy sweet malt. Not a good example of the style by a long shot. crossovert (12874) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - AUG 6, 2015
355ml bottle. Slightly hazed gold pour. Smells like a mediocre helles lager. Flavor is a tarter helles, not getting off flavor jsut a tart lager. I was excited when these guys entered the market as competition ot Metro but it never materialized. They still have the best pitchman in the game. cbfobes (2883) - Quad Cities, Illinois, USA - DEC 31, 2014
Bottle shared by drowland, super excited to try this one, pours a hazy gold with no head at all, the aroma is just horrible, dirty garbage water comes to mind at first, then maybe throw a dirty diaper in there as well, flavor isn’t much better as well, spices kind of mix in with the light malt and dirty dish water flavor, no thanks. drowland (8676) - Georgia, USA - DEC 24, 2014
12/24/14. 12oz bottle from the Milan Hy Vee. Hazy, almost creamy, orange pour under a decent khaki head with mild lacing. Doesn’t look bad. A myriad of aromas hit my nose... first I get the expected doughiness, a pinch of earthiness and grass, but then there’s an acidity and vegetal character that reminds me of ketchup. The flavor is much the same, doughy, reminds me of raw pizza dough, grassy, ketchup, vegetal, green. Blech. wlajwl (6803) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - DEC 3, 2014
Aroma is citrus, bread and a hint of hops. The flavor is citrus, complex malts, bread, fruit and a mildly bitter/dry finish.
BVery (10485) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - NOV 4, 2014
Bottle from Binny’s. Clear yellow-golden pour with a smaller foamy white head. Pils malts, yeast, mild sweet fruit. Lively carbonation. Decent brew. tmoreau (4363) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - OCT 5, 2013
On tap in the brewery’s tap room, and dispensed to a house pint glass, showing a bright & clear, deeper golden color than the Heavenly’s, but with less presence to a head that was modest, soft white, and quickly diminishing, and lacing that was light and spotty. A distinct lager scent was present in the aroma, with light yeast, a hint of hop spiciness, and a touch of Pils malt corniness. The taste started with a subtle sweetness, was light to medium in body, and well carbonated to successfully propel the smooth malt and the moderate, lightly lingering, hop bitterness into a finish that was crisp & clean. Fuller in body & character than the Heavenly, but just as sessionable!