oldrtybastrd (5003) - Fort Walton Beach, Florida, USA - APR 10, 2010
Pours a hazy golden brownish color. Aromas of mild berries, wheat bread, and a touch of hops. Flavor is a nice balance of soft fruit flavor with malts and a crisp dry finish. I’m not big on fruit beers, but this one has a subdued flavor, not over the top. RSRIZZO (2020) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - NOV 22, 2007
Had this beer on 6/22/2000. Aroma is a fruity scent. Color is a hazy golden brown, with good carbonation and too much head. Taste malty and lightly fruity. Starting with a light body and going down easy. Finish is a light sour malt flavor with a somewhat bitter fruit end. SpringsLicker (3665) - Tennessee, USA - JAN 17, 2004
I'm not a big fruit beer fan, but I will attempt to be unbiased. As an overall beer, I thought this was a little thin and lacking. Fruit replaces complexity in this beer to produce a refreshing beer that will make a macro swill drinker feel that he has become a connoisseur of American Micros. Put in more malt and hops and save the huckleberries for pancakes in the morning. JohnC (3008) - Mission Viejo, California, USA - DEC 9, 2003
clear golden color, quickly fading white head, didn't notice any huckleberry flavor or aroma. On the palate, it's a bit sour. kyzr (1593) - Montana, USA - DEC 4, 2003
Sweet fruity nose, nice gold with a white head, lite lacing. Flavors of citrus, and a good balance between the malt. As far as the huckelberries, didn't really find them. There is a sweet finish to it, maybe that is them screaming to get out.
hennes (934) - Fountain, Michigan, USA - JUN 7, 2002
So I'm settling into the Cheyenne, WY library to rate the beers I've had on this western trip, and I rate this one first in honor of brother krisbierjaeger, who designed the label and gave me many good tips for beer hunting out here. First the label, which is a couple of Grizzlies beneath the mountains - reminding me of the bear I saw in Yellowstone a few days ago. Tasteful, well done Kris! The beer is pleasant, sweetish, mellow - my wife and I tried real hard to find the huckleberries, but couldn't really taste them, other than a whisp of fruit here and there, like a mirage in the desert. The beer, though is a good citrusy quencher and a fine start to a session of Grand Teton beer.