emacgee (4705) - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - JAN 14, 2013
Clean copper amber pour with one finger of sandy tan head. Nose is grainy with a light caramel sweetness, touch of diacetyl, and herbal hop character. Medium body with a moderate bitterness and lightly metallic quality. jeremyh70 (1115) - Missouri, USA - JAN 13, 2013
Amber color with little head and lacing. Slightly sweet malt smell but not much else. Same grainy malt taste and rather bland. Moderate mouthfeel. Not great. Had on camping trip at Wallace State Park with Chris.
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Not great but a tolerable drink. -------- via Beer Buddy for iPhone Onslow (1532) - Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA - JAN 12, 2013
Pour from a 12 oz bottle. Medium amber brew with white head.NOt much aroma - some piney hops and a little malt. Taste is light, a little caramel at the start and a good dry finish. Very mild and mainstream. Thin palate more or less like a mainstream lager. It’s OK. mile (4052) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JAN 8, 2013
Bottle. Light amber, small to average and fully diminishing head. Moderate, malty and caramel sweetish aroma, light fruitiness and light bread, light citrus hoppyness. Body is medium, malty and caramel sweetish flavor, light fruitiness and light bread. Finish is average, malty and sweetish, light caramel and light bread, light citrus hoppyness. Caramel sweetish amber ale with notes of bread.
Hair6a11 (1481) - Illinois, USA - JAN 8, 2013
Bottle. Pour is clear copper / with a modest fine bubbled off white head in this glass. Retention is average, and lacing is light here. The nose is probably the highlight here - its clean, mineral, bread, caramel - the flavor profile is nearly devoid of hops initial - caramel, bread, mineral water, moving to a floral hop bouquet near the finish with bitterness present, and some carbonation here - its unremarkable to be sure bpreo (2943) - Eugene, Oregon, USA - JAN 7, 2013
The Cascade Hops used in this brew are grown on the 44th Parallel. That line of Latitude stretches across land from Oregon to Wisconsin. Henry Weinhards is made in Hood River, Oregon, and is owned by Miller in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I grew up in Wisconsin, and now I live in Oregon. There’s some nice coincidences, and fun trivia for you. jebert (500) - Watertown, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 4, 2013
Pours a pretty golden amber with a thick coat of foam on top and lots of cascading bubbles. Nose is of malt with some hops apparent as well. Very creamy on the palate, the taste is a little disappointing- not bad, but just not that flavorful. Malt and hops are nicely balanced but all rather muted. An adequate beer but nothing special. Pairs well with ham and cheese. Rotbart (155) - - JAN 1, 2013
Nice amber in color with a light tan head lasting some time. Mild hoppy aroma with a modest hoppy taste and a smooth finish. DrinkEmUpJones (1069) - Georgia, USA - DEC 30, 2012
Clear red orange color with thick white lacing. Clean malty aroma that is smooth on the palate. A very good easy drinking amber.