hayduke (5189) - Eureka, California, USA - AUG 15, 2010
From Market of Choice in Ashland, Oregon. This 22 oz bomber poured a slightly cloudy amber color with a moderate off-white head and light lacing. Nose of citrus and caramel malts. Medium body and decently smooth mouthfeel with light carbonation. Flavor is overall on the mild side however it is well balance between the malts and hops. Slightly bitter which carries over in to the finish. Quite drinkable and enjoyable. crackedmachine (481) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JUN 12, 2010
Slightly cloudy orange-amber with a thin off-white head. Pine and soap hop aroma with some sweet malt as well. Feels thin and a little watery. Flavor is malt-heavy and sweet with a hint of alcohol, but lacking enough hop presence to balance it out. Too much of an English influence for my particular taste. lukeherinckx (134) - mount pleasant, South Carolina, USA - MAY 21, 2010
Orange look with a sweet hoppy aroma. quickly disappearing head. Sweet hoppy taste, not as bold as most IPAs which is a nice change from most. very crisp finish. Great summer beer. Reid (2527) - Salem, Oregon, USA - MAY 19, 2010
22 oz bomber from Roths Sunnyside Market, Salem
Dark, slightly hazy amber coloured beer with a small dirty white head.
Very fruity,lemon,grapfruit aromas,slightly medicinal.
Very malty take on the style, bitter sweet malts with a strong toffeeish even treacle finish, very subdued lemony hop.
Pretty thin on the palte..but not too bad..not very carbonated.
Overall pretty dissapointing..i think this might be old..or slightly infected. AlabastorJones (814) - Seattle, Washington, USA - APR 12, 2010
No head, copper amber body, aroma is sweet rich barley with hints of strawberries, flavor is mostly barley malt, caramel, strong flavor of barley balanced well with hop bitters, not hop forward though the malts take center stage, far different than any other IPA made in the region, definitely brit styled
cmonster (1000) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 4, 2010
Bomber served in a tulip. Brand new release from Fire Mountain, bottled only a few days ago. Pours dark caramel orange-amber with a med-small tan head. Good color. Little retention or lacing. Aromatic nose is grassy with caramel malt. Medium body, soft carbonation. Sweet malty flavor on the attack then slowly grows bitter, but not overwhelmingly so. Pretty nice really and well balanced. I think Henry’s description and intent is spot on: An English tinge to an Oregon IPA.