Alphadelic (2249) - Portland, Oregon, USA - SEP 16, 2015
Super hazy peachy orange colored beer with a good white head. The nose is mild and sweet while in the mouth it is very flavorsome. Smooth, doughy and grassy flavors coming from a seamless mingling of hip and barley. Hints of light orange and mango. Not much of a finish to it. Angeloregon (2055) - Portland, Oregon, USA - DEC 17, 2007
From a 12 oz. bottle--a distinctive burnt sienna/copper colored lager with an outstanding malt taste and pleasing hop undertones. Though it is debatable whether this bock is a "true lager" as noted by the brewery, the hint of apple in this beer is far from overbearing. This bock finishes quite smooth though a little dull. Slick (1969) - Thief River Falls, Minnesota, USA - JUN 11, 2003
It took some time to find someone who had this for sale but i found one,now i await patiently the correct temprature for sampling this brew.Ahhh,it's ready.
Nice orange,red color,small white head that was short lived.Malty aroma mildly sweet and a small spice presence as well.Very nice flavor,sweet malt,spicey,lightly hopped,with a faint fruit presence,there is a very light alcohol hint to this brew but it seems to be fairly well hidden and just gives the slight hint of it's presence.The feel is very smooth with a malty,spicey,hop after taste that is quite pleasant.This is a great brew and highly drinkable in a large quantity IMO.I wish i had bought more then one,but i knowtheyhave alot more to sell so i know what my next order is going to contain. frylock (1135) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - JUN 1, 2004
Orange/brown with a small white head. Malty aroma with a fruity background. Flavor is mainly malty with some caramel and a fairly hoppy finish. Slight notes of apple as well. VENOM (941) - Connecticut, USA - SEP 21, 2002
Hazy burnt orange. Thin, compact off white head. Light but steady carbonation. Faint aroma of sour apples, caramel and toasty malts. Initially tart and vaguely sour with a tiny edge of sweetness. Rock candy-esque. Crisp, smooth and fairly clean. Tart, fruity Weizenbock qualities but cleaner and with more of a lagered body. Medium thin body. Mild hop bitterness and flavor. Tartness is intriguing and very refreshing. Finishes creamier, tart and slick. Strange...but beautiful.
GermanBrews76 (680) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - MAR 4, 2004
this really isnt that special to me. Grainy, somewhat sweet, tart ripe fruits, hints of caramel, cream and apples. Dense creamy off white top to a vibrant amber body. Soft, ceramy mouthfeel exits dry with some stickyness. Sweet caramel and rather bland. some woody notes and dry grains reamain. jetzler (622) - oklahoma city, Oklahoma, USA - MAY 9, 2007
Bottle, pours a nice medium golden color, that looks good for a lager with decent head. Taste is fairly large and ceral in taste, reminds me a bit of a biere de garde, but not so farmhouse in aroma. Mild hops, Tasty and quite drinkable would make a good session brew. spikester (606) - Salem, Oregon, USA - JUL 13, 2008
Hazy amber with minimal head and good lacings. Interesting flavors. Sweet malts with a slightly bitter hop profile. A bit of sweet and sour going on here. A refreshing brew that was quite enjoyable. Gromit (479) - Port Orchard, Washington, USA - DEC 20, 2003
This is a unique beer to me. The color is a burnt-orange/copper and very cloudy, making it look mysterious. Both the smell and the taste have strong apple characteristics almost like a cider but with hints of hops. The carbonation is moderate. It leaves a pleasant aftertaste. I was expecting more of a bock taste from the name/type (Geist Bock?) but it's not much like a bock at all, IMO.
Overall, a good beer and a nice change. While I dislike flavored beers, the hints of apple are actually suprisingly good. Perkeo (322) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JUN 17, 2003
Off gold, verging on orange;small whit head, little bit o' lace. Caramel, marshmellow,, slight hop in the nose. Nice caramel and vanilla malt flavor with a slight woody/oxidized finish, slight though. Toffee, tang and background bittering in the finish. Good, but I still prefer the Saxer bock for best Oregon pale bock.