whiterabbit81 (244) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - JAN 8, 2006
Hmm..pretty mediocre. Didn’t know this was brewed by summit, but it’s nothing special. Somewhat malty and very grainy. Don’t bother. RAYBOY01 (2011) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 29, 2005
UPDATED: AUG 12, 2007 VERY light and watered-down flavor and aroma. Some off-flavored notes like sour apple cider that put me off my feed. Some lightly roasted caramel maltiness saves the day. Somewhat overly spritzy on the tongue. Repeatable but barely. MilkmanDan (1943) - Eagan, Minnesota, USA - OCT 14, 2005
Clear copper, nice head. Tastes like a crappy, cheap beer. Few malts, some hops, but quite grainy in the middle and cheaply sweet at the end. auerbrau (3203) - Ithaca, New York, USA - SEP 17, 2005
Dusty malt aroma. Orange gold pour. Bland, dusty malt and earthy maybe potato flavor. Not offensive, not delicious. Finishes with lingering of almonds. incutrav (577) - Woodbury, Minnesota, USA - MAY 11, 2005
This stuff is made frompotatoes, and when I heard the proceeds go to fight LUPUS, i knew it was good!! This is avaiable on tap in quite a few places in st paul, since its bottled here. A real tasty amber brew, no bones about it.
BeerAteHer (384) - St. Paul, Minnesota, USA - MAY 5, 2005
Nice copper color. Says it’s brewed with potatoes but I can’t taste any in there. Mainly a standard balance of malt and hops, mainly towards the malt. Somewhat thin body. Strange that it’s classified in this category; I don’t think think potatoes are classified as vegetables -- rather, they are tubers. ChrisPants (317) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - FEB 9, 2005
Orange w/wispy head. Malty aroma. Light but not too watery mouthfeel, gypsum finish. Bland. obisbeer (568) - Barcelona, SPAIN - DEC 12, 2004
Rich gold color with no head. Lightmalt nose. Little in the way of flavor though not unpleasant. Undistinguished. ElGaucho (2401) - Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA - SEP 12, 2004
2004 ABR. The guy at the Finnegan’s booth swore up and down that this is a different beer than the one originally brewed by James Page, called Finnegan’s Irish Ale. Curious that both are made with potatoes and the proceeds from both go toward the Spud society. Regardless, I rated the earlier Finnegan’s awhile back and that was noticeably better than this one, so I’m guessing they deserve to be considered separately. Faint, apple cider aroma. Small, off-white head. Leaves a little bit of lace, but really isn’t overly attractive. Amber in color. No visible carbonation. Somewhat lively mouthfeel, but not too pleasant. Has an apple ciderish mouthfeel. Some off notes. Undercarbonated. JK (6146) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - SEP 10, 2004
I have no idea why this is classified as spice/herb/vegetable. This is a standard amber beer in the class of Killians, but not quite that good. Light red in color. Some malt in the flavor. Thin.