chug18799 (36) - Lakewood, Ohio, USA - APR 10, 2002
Very good representation of an irish beer, Conways has lots of malt to satisfy. Drink up! RooftopRogue (423) - Champaign, Illinois, USA - MAR 11, 2006
This beer introduces itself with a pleasant aroma of roasted nuts/grain, caramel, and hops. This amber colored solution sits under a decent off-white head that fades leaving a good amount of lacing. This medium bodied beer offers a nice healthy taste of roasted grain. A caramel taste creeps in just prior to swallowing and lingers well after the fluid has left the mouth. Louipa (121) - USA - MAR 21, 2007
Oh my god, super super drinkable. I REALLY liked this one. Great lakes rules.
It is a little bit like nosferatu light. But its great stuff. Lyncham (251) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - APR 14, 2010
Excellent. Had this from tap. Good roasted malt flavors wit ha complex hop profile. Both highly malted and hopped There are slight hints of rasins. Wonderful dark red color. The beer is very clear. Probably the best Red Irish Ale I’ve had. Very drinkable. My Great Lakes Favorite to date. SSSteve (4006) - - APR 10, 2014
bottle. clear amber with a small head. malty, crystal malt, sweet aroma. full bodied and chewy. nice and mellow carbonation. sweet crystal malt flavor and a pinch of roasted malt for color. mild floral hop and fruity yeast. a standard but highly drinkable beer. love a good irish ale.
raindog (560) - Evansville, Indiana, USA - FEB 7, 2004
Orange/brown with plentiful carbonation. Nice,creamy,lasting head. Nice malt aroma,caramel,dark bread,fruit,hops. Full,round,palate,with very soft,carbonation. Rich caramel,toasty,german malt flavors. Finish is very malty(bready),somewhat hoppy-dry. I love GL's clean, extremely drinkable beers. Flipbrewer (33) - San Francisco, California, USA - JUL 15, 2004
Bottled Poured an average sized off-white head that dissipated after a few minutes; fair lacing. Reddish-orange color; slight chill haze that cleared as the glass warmed. Very nice aromas of toasty, almost honey-ish, caramel malt and a honeydew melon-like fruitiness; touch of diacetyl. Sweet toasty caramel malt at the start which carried through to the finish. Mid-palate had a subdued hop flavor and bitterness. Bready character emerged near the finish and lasted briefly into the aftertaste. Aftertaste had a light grainy maltiness along with a gentle bitterness and a melon-like fruitiness. Palate was light to medium bodied with a lively carbonation. A pleasantly easy drinking yet complex ale. I was especially taken by the aroma of this one. Very nice. Thanks Drew! cazort (565) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 13, 2005
UPDATED: NOV 30, 2007 Reddish with little head. A rich grassy malt flavour, and complex earthy tones characterize this exceedingly pleasant beer. Very little bitterness, just a slight crispness. Smooth without being bland: absolutely my favorite Irish Ale without question. noelcb (271) - Toledo, Ohio, USA - MAR 18, 2006
Really nice red-orange color, smallish head sticks to the sides with a bit if lace. Aromas are fruity, sweet and floral, with peach and tangerine, malt sugar, alcohol and yeast. Flavor is nice, medium sweet roast malt, maple syrup, espresso, caramel, toffee and summer fruits, balanced by a solid wallop of hops and hop bitterness. Solid mouthfeel. Good full-bodied ale. Jvittorio4187 (255) - Boardman, Ohio, USA - FEB 25, 2007
Good beer. Smooth taste. Rolls down your throat. Nice lacing on the glass. Leaves me wanting more.