FloridaBeerGuy (10) - Florida, USA - MAR 11, 2013
I have tried many Gluten Free Beers and this is the first one I ever had that tasted like a real beer . I also like that its the first gluten free beer in a can. If you need a Gluten Free alternative...this is the best to date BMan1113VR (7931) - Los Angeles, California, USA - JUL 5, 2012
Can. Easily the best gluten free beer that I’ve had! Pours with a very pale, very clear straw hued body with a massive foamy white head that slowly fades. Aromas are hoppy, herbal, citrus, lightly sweet pineapple, guava, medium esters. Otherwise pretty clean with a bit of a CO2 bite. Flavors are very clean, strawberry, low guava, citrus, dry, lightly sour. Clean, medium bitter, neutral-dry balance. Fizzy, seltzer, somewhat bland, but easy to drink. Both the best gluten free beer that I’ve had and the best (albeit limited) beer that I’ve had from this brewery. Grassy finish. Lively bubbles, very thin and very dry. Not half bad! Nekronos (4174) - Xalapa, MEXICO - APR 2, 2016
Great one. Not too memorable but refreshing. Nice thin in body and quite fine looks there too. jmohno (1640) - Iowa, USA - SEP 30, 2012
Clear pale yellow,inch of head.Extra carbonation.
Smells very citrusy and zesty all over the place.Lemon/ginger and just the smell of tartness,could be grassyness as well.Some citrus likefruitness.Cascades and or Centennial come to mind,possiblly chinook.I made a hoppy pilsner ale beer that smells and tastes almost exactly like this.
Some sweetnees tart lemon,citrus,possibly even lime.strong carbonated crisp tart/bitter finish.Slight mineral/metallic.This is different,kind of in your face citrus tartness though,but good. brokensail (16601) - Dublin, California, USA - SEP 3, 2012
Pours a pale yellow color, almost a bit fluorescent, with a finger of white head. Nose is surprisingly hop forward. Orange peel and lemon zest give a strong aroma to the beer and it is followed by a bit of cracker and rice. Fairly sweet, too. Just a touch of grass and straw. The flavor is a touch bitter with some grass and citrus peel hop notes. As with the nose, a bit on the sweet side. Some cracker and rice, a bit of candied lemon peel, and a crisp finish. One of the better gluten free beers out there, I’d imagine.
Sledutah (7752) - Utah, USA - OCT 30, 2012
12oz can picked up at the state store blipp (9502) - La Mesa, California, USA - JAN 15, 2012
Appearance: Pours clear straw yellow with a fast fading white head and some lacing
Aroma: Citrus, oranges and tangerines
Taste: Citrus, fruity, lemon and herbal
Unique is the best way to describe this. I like it, very refreshing but has a bitter/herbal aftertaste that takes away from the rest of the beer.
Bottle. Gotta be the best gluten free beer I’ve ever had. Pours light gold with a white head. Hoppy grassy-ish aroma with some spicy hoppy notes. The flavor has lemony and grassy hops, a spritzy mouthfeel, and light apple/white grapes. I actually quite liked this. ghawener (1608) - Santa Tecla, EL SALVADOR - JAN 13, 2013
Bottle: looks light, pale, no head. Aroma is malty, hoppy. Taste is decent but avg. Food Pairing: Faltbread. Wittales (762) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - JAN 27, 2013
Appearance was clear yellow with creamy diminishing white 1 finger head, spotty lacing. Aromas are citrus fruits, grain or rice nose. Taste are simple rice,grains, then lemon, apple, orange dominate flovour. Palate was crispy smooth CO2 with light body, lasting citrusy finish. For no malts very refreshing brew. Sirmixsomewhat (266) - Paoli, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 10, 2015
If I’m drinking a gluten free beer, I don’t want it to taste like I’m drinking something that’s missing something. And this beer feels like it’s lacking something...gluten, I guess.