Aggiebob (1127) - Huntsville, Alabama, USA - JUL 20, 2017 MikeEnIke (6) - - JAN 14, 2012
4.2 AROMA 8/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 9/10 PALATE 5/5 OVERALL 17/20
UPDATED: JUN 5, 2013 Poured with little to no head and the aroma faded quickly as such. Aroma of fruit or wine that lingers in your nose thankfully. Slightly hazy but a good gold hue. Overall a great beer, almost a wine like flavor.
Bottle. Clear gold in color with a tight white head. The aroma is floral with notes of honey and green grapes. The taste is sweet. gepajerry (9) - Oklahoma, USA - JUN 27, 2017 does not count
Short head, light color, delightful nose. Floral taste up front and lingering honey notes at finish. Thorough enjoyable, refreshing, light summer beer.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Bricktop86 (847) - Moore, Oklahoma, USA - JUN 24, 2017
Pours clear gold with a white head. Aroma of white grapes and light malt. Taste is heavy sweet, light bitter and light sour.Finishes like malt liquor Beachmaster (558) - Oklahoma, USA - JUN 19, 2017
Bottle into a pint glass. Pours a clear amber, with a medium white head that quickly fades. Nose is honey and caramel, and the taste follows. Good stuff. tsd08460 (1165) - Marshall, Virginia, USA - JUN 18, 2017
Bottle from Total Wine Chantilly
Aroma: honey, grapes, saffron,
Appearance: clear golden with a white head
Taste: medium sweetness, lightly bitter,
Palate: medium body, creamy, soft carbonation, long finish,
hman43 (1586) - Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA - MAY 29, 2017
Golden in appearance with a white head. Has a difinitive vinous quality with some floral. bookman10 (1121) - Osseo, Minnesota, USA - MAY 4, 2017
Pours a clear, copper-gold, with minimal head. Aroma has some fruit, but is primarily grassy. Flavor is also grassy, but with some sweetness, a touch of wine-sourness, and an almost witbier-like chemically aftertaste. Interesting, though not something I’d want on a regular basis. koleminer20 (3591) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - APR 16, 2017
12 oz bottle shared by ebone1988. The pourbusba darker golden orange with a thin ring of head that leaves a few soapy spots of lace. The aroma is really sweet. There is a strong honey sweetness and lots of dark fruits. It’s got a strange herbal aspect to it that I’m not crazy about. The flavor is much of the same. The sweetness and the honey really work with the dark fruits. It’s got a little zing of herbalness and a touch of honey. The mouth feel is light and clean with a soft carbonation and a lingeringly malty with a dark fruit and honey note on the back end. The sweetness of the fruits is strange. Not the best beer, that’s for sure. ebone1988 (1919) - Dearborn, Michigan, USA - APR 16, 2017
Bottle shared with koleminer20. For the book. Aroma is sweet, raisins, bread, dark fruit, sugar, honey, not bad. Appearance is amber golden, off white head, mostly clear. Taste is honey, dry, raisins, sweet, dark fruit, bready, not bad. Mouthfeel is medium body, light carbonation, almost woody and raisin dry aftertaste. Overall, it’s not nearly as bad as expected, but I’m happy to have gotten it out of the way. MetalNHopHead (1976) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - APR 16, 2017
While you can only guess at the true authenticity of the origins of a beer like Midas Touch, there’s no denying how fun it is to try Traditional beer styles. As the name suggests, Midas Touch is gold-colored. As you might expect for a beer brewed with malt, grape must, and honey, Midas Touch ends up tasting like a mix of beer, wine, and mead. It’s fruity, semi-sweet, and a bit spicy. I couldn’t tell if the latter taste was from the hops or from the added spices. In any case, this is a refreshing brew that drinks easy and finishes bone dry. If Egyptian beer was truly like this, being paid with beer wouldn’t have been a bad deal.