Cybercat (6334) - 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 (287) - - MAR 11, 2015
This was a nice lager. Another beer that's hard to tell its gluten free. Cheers for beating the stereotype. ruramikael (194) - SWEDEN - MAY 26, 2017
bread, hay, grass, leaves, cooked vegetables, golden, clear, white foam, light sweetness, medium bitterness, lightly sour, salty, medium body, creamy, lively, bitter, TheBeerOrg (2145) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - AUG 21, 2010
Pours bright golden with a thin off-white head. Notes of fragrant lager yeast, metallic, bitter herbs, sweet pale malt. Thin bodied, lightly bitter with lively carbonation. A nice tasting lager. SanfordBrewer (1610) - Sanford, Florida, USA - AUG 21, 2011
translucent gold with a thin ring of white bubbles, medium body with high carbonation.
ChainGangGuy (4941) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JAN 13, 2012
aroma: pale malt and noble hops.
taste: biscuity pale malt and noble hop bitterness. like a german helles with less minerality.
not bad considering it’s gluten free. i’ve had plenty of regular beers that are much worse than this. i’ve heard that this beer is actually made with barley, but they somehow prevent gluten from forming, and the flavor seems to support that notion. there’s no hay or sourness or odd fruitiness in here, as is typical in most GF beers.
Appearance: Pours a translucent, light yellow body with a white foam film.
stevoj (5866) - Boise, Idaho, USA - AUG 1, 2012
Smell: A light sniff of cereal maltiness with a thin hint of floral, spicy hops.
Taste: A base of modest, malted barley with a dash of confectioners sugar. Moderate acidity. Hint of graininess. Mild hop character, bitterness. Drying, smooth, clean finish.
Mouthfeel: Light-bodied. Moderate carbonation.
Overall: Among the gluten-free beers it truly shines, as I’ve never enjoyed the use of repellent sorghum.
A pale lager brewed for the Mediterranean palate. More of a thirst quencher thana sipper, it’s a decent lager and better than any North American mss market lager. Refreshing... Ratman197 (15612) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - SEP 17, 2012
Bottle poured a clear gold with a small lasting white head. Aromas of straw, bread dough and spicy hops. Palate was ligt bodied and crisp with a dry finish. Flavors of straw and spicy hops with a crisp dry finish. GranvilleTim (1857) - Granville, Illinois, USA - JAN 27, 2013
Clear yellow pour with a white head. Aroma is cereal grains. Taste is cereal grains, a little bitterness. Crisp finish, A little dry mouthfeel. On of the better gluten free beers I have had. Christos (5909) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - MAY 4, 2013
330 ml bottle at home, poured into a shaker glass. ABV 5,4%
Pale golden yellow colour on the body, with minimal activity in it. One finger of snow white soapy head, with low retention and very light lacing left on the glass.
Not much of an aroma, just some faint sweet malts.
Tastes good and in comparison with the other gluten free beer I had, this ones tastes great. But only in comparison, by itself it doesn’t stand out of any other pale lager out there. At least men with gluten allergy can drink a decent beer. Sweet, some malts and very discreet apple.
Light on the body, average carbonation.
Very good beer if we are talking about gluten free beers.