beersearcher (2383) - Glendale, California, USA - SEP 4, 2013
Now I have to get my hands on the Amarillo, Meridian, Falconer’s Flight versions too! Love the label. Great use of art to give a little bit of hop knowledge to the drinker. The Centennial pours a dark orange. Aroma isn’t huge to me. Get some spice notes. The taste has a solid level of bitterness and it is more spices and herbs. Nice and bubbly. Tastes a bit stronger than 6%. 3fourths (9367) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - AUG 23, 2013
Bottle. Lightly hazed pale amber with a small off-white head. Strangely vegetal hop aroma and maybe some DMS / corn / cabbage going on, but I’m not too sure. Some pine resin and tropical fruit and urinal cake and citrus and whatnot in the aroma and flavor, but really it comes together as a smell that I can only place in the produce section of Asian supermarkets, a sort of raw plant aroma (leeks, turnip, kale and bok choy) with some aromatic carry-over from the live fish tanks around the corner. Medium body, medium sweetness, moderately strong bitterness, decently smooth malt. The supermarket notes aren’t too strong and overall this feels like it will go over well with the IPA crowd but not only doesn’t it stand out among the other 200 IPAs in Portland, it doesn’t even do Centennial hops justice. cstuartj (1020) - Washington, USA - OCT 18, 2013
bottle, pours hazy gold yellow with a nice thick head. nose is grassy hops, some pine. taste is grassy hops, pine, some accidity. single noted, but that’s the point i guess. 5000 (6900) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - DEC 17, 2013
Bottle:   Orange hued straw, faint haze, small to moderate frothy white head, little lacing.   Faint citrus peel and pith, soft sweetness on the nose.   Muted hops on the tongue, old and faded citrus notes.   This is a very mild example, like a Pale ale, and even then its not as bright as most Pale Ales.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   Stale hop finish, muted citrus bits, mild bitterness.   Too soft overall, pedestrian. jgb9348 (6586) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - DEC 20, 2013
Crisp light copper and orange coloured body with a one centimetre tall just off-white head. Aroma of fresh grassy and herbal hops with a little bitterness, some pine and a decent malt nose as well - fairly light for the style. Medium-bodied; Sharp assertive herbal and grassy hop notes up front that fade VERY fast to some malt, a little sweetness and a smooth perfumey character - with not much complexity. Aftertaste shows a nice grassy, herbal and perfumey taste with some light malts and a hint of sugar. Overall, not such a great beer - too mild on the hops and not enough bitterness nor complexity. Nice to sample this rare(r) beer, but not really worth the space in my suitcase considering the other options from Portland! I sampled this 65 cL bottle purchased from Belmont Station in Portland, Oregon on 27-September-2013 for US$5.19 sampled at home in Washington on 20-December-2013.
Enegaard (75) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 29, 2013
(Aug. 2013, bottle from Bottleworks, SF) Pours bright amber, crystal clear. Aroma is quite light, sprite-like, hops, lychee and pineapple with an underlying sticky-sweet malt. The taste is where it takes the wrong direction. there is some fruit and citrus from the hop, but very fleeting, followed by a bitter and sweet richness that disappears almost as soon at it appears. Not a bad beer, but a bad IPA and a forgettable experience. Smurf2055 (1400) - Seattle, Washington, USA - OCT 12, 2013
Pours orange finger white head.
Smell light citrus hops.
Taste earthy and a bit metallic on aftertaste.
Light to mid bodied.