kevd193213 (992) - Hope Valley, Rhode Island, USA - JUN 13, 2010
Draught. Light amber pour with a thin off white head. Aroma of malt and faint wheat. Light body that goes down nicely with a slight lingering malt finish. Great session lager. BroSpud (2215) - , Massachusetts, USA - APR 12, 2010
12oz bottle. Pours hazy yellow. Typical low alcohol, light beer skunky taste. Slightly better than most of the light beer macros out there. It is worth noting though that the calories and carbs are the exact same amount that a Guinness has. I for one will stick with the Guinness. Kuzo (116) - Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 30, 2010
Pours a cloudy golden yellow. Head dissipates quickly but leaves some nice lacing. Smell is light malt and grassy hops. The taste is of yeast with some very slight hops and a citrus zest. Clean dry finish. Body and carbonation are pretty balanced. Overall this has very good drinkability. At only 3.8% ABV it makes a very nice session beer. Beerman6686 (6607) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 2, 2010
This poured a clear golden yellow color with a hite head. Aroma was grassy, some corn, and bavarian hops. Flavor was classic premium lager, slightly grassy, mainly smooth light malts. Ceebs25 (503) - Naperville, Illinois, USA - OCT 3, 2009
12 oz bottle (Thanks Pam for the beer of the month club membership). Even from the first sip, this lager really impressed me. Not too much on the aroma, but definitely nothing offensive. Some pleasant notes of light fruit, zesty citrus, pale grains, and toasted lager grass. Pour was pretty nice for a lager, not overly carbonated, a wispy white head that retains fairly well, not overly watery looking, and golden pumpkin orange in color. There’s not a whole not of flavor here, but a few nice subtleties exist. Its light enough to play drinking games, but not at all watery. Some buttery, toasted cereal grains, a nice citrus for a light lager, a few other fruits, and slight flowery grass on the flavor notes. A good and not overly carbonated crispness through out, and well balanced as well, with a pleasant brief lasting bitter finish. Dare I say this is the best light lager I’ve ever had? Definitely, this is good stuff.
halfonit (1389) - Fall River, Massachusetts, USA - SEP 26, 2009
Pale golden color. Aroma is basically of roasted malts and hops, and what seems to be some corn in the undertones. Taste is a little bitter with some citrus, hops, yeast, and rye. Has a little bit of a bite in the aftertaste. Overall not too bad of a beer. ben4321 (6607) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - JUL 31, 2009
July 2009 Beer of the Month Club , 7/31/09
j12601 (12978) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - JUL 15, 2009
Aroma: Light citrus nose, touch of spice, bready, some grass
Appearance: Cloudy orange-golden color, really small white head, light lacing
Flavor: Kind of a light hop taste, mild spice, bit of a tang, a little dull flavor-wise
Palate: Light body, a bit fizzy
This beer is just kind of boring. Not a ton going on here. It’s not bad, certainly has more character then you’re average light, beer, I’ll give it that, but in the end it’s just a little too dull to go much higher then this.
Bottle. Pours an almost clear light brown amber with a thin white head. Light sweet citrus hops, a faint touch of caramel, and barely a hint of grain. Medium bodied, slightly sweet. Finishes with a bit of grain and a good bit of metal. Began rather promising, but failed to live up to the nose. thornecb (5993) - Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA - JUN 8, 2009
Pours pale gold into a shaker. Bright white head with medium retention recedes leaving slight spots to skim surface. Sour malt and marshmallow aromas. Thin and bready with upfront caramel and a mild hop finish. cbeers21 (693) - Miami, Florida, USA - MAY 13, 2009
draft. Clear yellow golden. Some scothcy malts are evident to smell as well as some corn/cereal lager notes. Chewy layered body reveals more to taste than this brew does to the eye or nose. Crisp clean finish is typical of the style and provides refreshing balance, better for spicy stuff one would suppose.