BVery (10510) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - MAR 12, 2012
Bottle. Mostly clear pale orange pour with a minimal white head. Aroma is cereal grain, grass, and maybe just a hint of sweetness. Lighter palate. Taste is not offensive - some grass and light hop - but not interesting or all that good either. Hot day on a boat? Sure, I suppose. polomagnifico (1202) - Saginaw, Michigan, USA - FEB 29, 2012
Bottle. Aroma has notes of honey, floral hops and cereal malts. Medium golden hue with a small mostly diminishing white head that left no lace. Flavor is medium sweet and lightly bitter. Palate is light bodied and watery average. Bleh. dionysus (1486) - Portland, Oregon, USA - SEP 23, 2011
Bottle pours straw gold with a white head. Aroma shows grainy malt and plenty of honey. Flavor is basically the same with some grassy hops on the finish. Overall body is light, somewhat sweet, and finishes lightly bitter. Drake (13741) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 26, 2011
12 ounce bottle from Woodman’s West Madison. Pours a slightly hazy gold color with a large white frothy head. Good head retention and lacing. Aroma of honey, grain and very faint hops. The taste is cereal grains, honey, faint nuts and hops. Thin-medium bodied. DasBierChef (1083) - Hudson, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 17, 2011
This beer is really pretty decent, but still nothing much to it. I like some more complexity.
Jabswitch (278) - Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 10, 2011
Have to admit it was pretty anyway. Clear golden. Small head. Very faint non-descript aroma. The beer came across as tart with a slight honey background flavor. I don’t know what kind of beer drinker this one would appeal to. Not to me. wlajwl (6814) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - MAY 24, 2011
Appearance is pale and golden while the head is oddly similar to a cola in that it dissipates quickly and loudly. The flavor is typical golden ale, easy to drink and does not have complex flavors to it. Not a top ale but still pretty good for the style and a good session ale. FreshHawk (596) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - MAY 9, 2011
A - Very bright, clear gold color with an average sized, foamy, light, whispy white head. Disappears pretty fast leaving a very thin lace.
S - Very strong herbal and floral aroma with a lot of bready/malty sweetness along with a bit of a vegetable/corn type of aroma. Somewhat reminiscent of honey, but a little heavy on the vegetable, and maltiness.
T - Really thin and fairly bland. Dominated by corn/vegetable flavors as well as some malt sweetness that you expect from a bland adjunct lager. A faint spicy herbal flavor in the background. Very slight lingering sweetness.
M - Very light with moderate carbonation. Very thin and watery.
D - Easy to drink, but it is way to bland to want more. Not overly sweet, just thin and easy to down.
Notes: I’ll probably pass on this one, got it for $3.99 a sixer so not like I’m really out much. Too bland and like a bad adjunct lager. A little bit of honeyish flavors and some more on the nose, but nothing to write home about. bpreo (2840) - Eugene, Oregon, USA - APR 18, 2011
Nice to try another product from Grays, and also nice to get into a new Honey Ale after a long drought. vomit (260) - Michigan, USA - APR 15, 2011
Not complete swill, like I was expecting, but plain as a schoolmarm’s underwear. If you had this open under the hot sun alongside a Blatz, the bees would be diving in that glorious ambrosia.....BLATZ! So stick with Blatz, and you won’t look like a jerk.....OK, so maybe you will.