JDBaker11058 (2351) - Maryland, USA - DEC 29, 2012
Appearance: clear medium gold with a thick, soapy white head that shrinks to a fat collar and leaves tons of lace rings. Aroma: toasted white bread, grass, floral honey. Taste: sweet and grainy, with notes of pie crust and graham crackers, with light hay undertones. Finish: crisp, clean, refreshing, and slightly sweet. Notes: I don’t get the hate. This was a drinkable, well-balanced beer. Unlike many of the gluten-free beers I’ve tried, this one actually had some depth of character. In fact, I never would have guessed it was gluten free.
hens (762) - Tallinn, Estonia, ESTONIA - APR 24, 2013
0,33L bottle. Good hop aroma. Taste could be richer, but i like this sour and little bitter hop, malt game. Finish is bit sweet and nicely bitter. Good one. bsp77 (724) - Minnesota, USA - SEP 9, 2011
Serving glass: Poured from bottle into Pilsner glass.
Appearance: Clear, pale gold with foamy white head and light bubbly lacing.
Aroma: Grainy, peppery and slightly skunky. Yep, smells like a Euro Lager. There is some nice apple as well.
Taste: Apple and straw are prominent. Lots of pepper on the finish, with a mild bitterness.
Palate: Moderately high carbonation, light body, surprisingly dry and crisp finish.
Overall: Can’t tell that this had the gluten removed at all, as it tastes like a Euro Lager should, and a better than average Euro Lager at that. However, this is not my favorite style. This makes me wonder if the gluten could be removed from other beers (say an IPA) and still retain its flavor. Frank (4236) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 18, 2014
This tastes pretty normal for a gluten free beer. It is clear and golden with a small had of soapy bubbles. This has a pleasant herbal hop character with some nice fresh malty notes. It is just slightly sweet with firm earthy bitterness in the finish. This is medium bodied with crisp but not prickly carbonation. This is a tasty beer, might even qualify as a legit pilsener. Drake (14078) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - APR 8, 2012
12 ounce bottle from Whole Foods Market Charlottesville. Pours a hazy golden color with a medium sized frothy white head. Decent head retention. Grainy aroma, some nutty notes and grassy hops. The taste is bitter hops, grain and a bit of toastiness. Medium bodied. Solid beer overall and excellent for a gluten free offering.
Fatehunter (2615) - Corbett, Oregon, USA - OCT 1, 2012
Pint glass. Light straw color with a finger of head. Fair amount of bubbles visible. Looks nice.
Smells of honey, little spice and slight metallic. It smells better than most other beers in this style.
Pretty tasty too. Honey, mild bitter hops with some dryness to them, a malty sweetness to close it out. It has the slightest metallic taste in the background.
Crisp and light body with moderate carbonation.
Surprise to me. I’m enjoying this beer. By far the best Euro pale lager I’ve had. beerscout (298) - New Windsor, New York, USA - OCT 14, 2012
Bottle. Clear yellow color. Clean and grainy nose. Foamy white head. Palate was lively and light, with flavors of hops and bitter fruit. Bitter clean finish. alexmate (285) - South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAR 28, 2017
Absolutely amazing aroma smelt a lot like an Australian white wine. The taste doesn’t live up to the aroma though, heavy dry malty caramel flavour dominates with some floral, vegetal and grass notes. Price Paid: Free Sample. Cybercat (6153) - Georgia, USA - NOV 8, 2014
Pours clear yellow with a thin white head, typical but acceptable. Crisp aroma is malty with fruity and hay tones. Fruity flavor has undertones of malt and hay - not too shabby for gluten-free. Texture is average in the fizz and viscosity departments. Overall, a decent brewski. seehaferb23 (284) - - MAR 11, 2015
This was a nice lager. Another beer that's hard to tell its gluten free. Cheers for beating the stereotype.