Hollabus (8) - - JUL 27, 2014 does not count
Heard about Dark Horse Brewing from FB in my home state MI and wanted to try them out. Great color, not bad aroma, great taste. Even loved the floating raspberries they put in the beer. vomit (260) - Michigan, USA - JUN 16, 2010
As a wise man once said, "It’s not great but it’s better than garbage." Better than your typical raspberry swill....but by how much? I am sure the neighborhood MILFs could be enticed into untold debaucheries with tripe of this nature (if that’s your game). But if you want a CLASSIC raspberry beer, crack a Blatz, slam a couple of the nefarious fruit into your can/bottle/40 ouncer and you will be in Raspberry Nirvana! Don’t question it, drink it (Blatz)!!! SaintZymurgy (12) - Michigan, USA - JAN 5, 2015
Well I actually like this beer. Good raspberry notes on the nose and mouth. Appearance a little unappealing - 1/4 finger head that dissipates immediately - looks like a glass of grapefruit juice. Would buy again. unclebleen (620) - California, USA - FEB 17, 2005
pours a nice gold color. aroma is sweet and fruity. flavor has a decent amount of raspberry in it. not artificial at all. good body. yummy. jstraw (1967) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 9, 2008
UPDATED: MAR 23, 2009 Pink amber with good, creamy white head / Nose of fresh raspberries / Light to medium body, a little thin, with low carbonation and fair finish / Very pleasant, fresh, and not overbearing flavors of fresh raspberries and grain / Pleasant, well-balanced, simple brew. A summer quaffer.
funkdragon23 (1) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 22, 2008 does not count
12oz. poured into a glass. Nice frothy head, the first sip was clean and, well, "raspberry-y". The fruitiness wore off as the glass emptied, distinguishing this ale from the Belgian lambics I’m better acquainted with. I very much enjoyed the subtlety of the raspberries here: more of a guest-star rather than the main attraction. Good balance of hoppy and malty with a pretty terrific finish. Went great with my gourmet burger. A unique, refreshing summer ale. I’d order this again, with or without a meal. bpar73 (1118) - Bellaire, Michigan, USA - SEP 14, 2014
Bottle. Hazy orange gold pour with a white head and good carbonation. The taste and aroma are all about the raspberries. A fine fruit beer ClarkVV (6708) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 27, 2004
UPDATED: JUN 8, 2005 2004 bottle. Awesome appearance. Bottle conditioned, completely hazy, with a rosy-red/peachy hue, light but colorful and a thick white head and lacing. Aroma is light, touch of yeast and mainly a drier, fresh raspberry puree smell. Flavor is extremely fresh and tastes exactly like raspberries, no artificial notes. Hardly any sweetness, touch of sourness from the yeast and berries, no hops perceptible. Body is light, as it should be for a light fruit ale. Amazingly drinkable on a hot summer day. Well-made, sure it could use more malt and flavor, but I liked it for what it was. StewardofGondor (1934) - Washington Heights - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 5, 2005
On tap at the brewery. Beautifully cloudy with a wispy white head and some bubbles breaking at the surface. Smells of the freshest harvested yeast, strawberry cream cheese and raspberry liquor. Sweet, smooth and wheat reliant upon the first quaff. Raspberry accents take on a flavor similar to cheesecake crust. Something that seems to be a Belgian yeast strain makes this one special, and one of my favorite fruit beers to date. Cybercat (5833) - Georgia, USA - JUL 6, 2010
Comes out of the tap a barely translucent dark honey-golden brown. Aroma is malty with a strong overtone of raspberry - which I love. Flavor is malty and a bit hoppy, again with a firm raspberry overtone, just a teensy bit on the thin side. Texture is smooth, fairly fizzy and just a bit watery. Definitely worth a try.