ADfan (877) - Orange County, California, USA - FEB 6, 2011
Poured from a bottle it formed a thick head and the beer had a nice reddish brown color. Aroma was mild but crisp. Taste is smooth with some raisins but again nothing overpowering. Smooth finish. DTM (870) - Vacaville, California, USA - FEB 21, 2013
Bottle from the 76 station in Davis ca. Nice slightly sweet malty beer. Well balanced on the palate. A very easy drinker.
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On tap. Actually not as bad as overall ratings suggest. Pours a nice deep amber with red hues. Taste of roasted malts and caramel. Light and easy to drink. Very similar to an amber but sweeter and more rich. stoutnick (843) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - MAR 10, 2013
Light red, Aroma is classic red malts. Taste is the same, with sickly sweetness finishing. Very drinkable but not necessarily a great one. Aggie80 (827) - Michigan, USA - FEB 10, 2010
This dark tea colored pour had some lacing and white head from the tap. Earthy aromas with a touch of sweetness and caramel. Slight bitterness matched very well with pizza.
rollinsr (817) - Atlanta, GEORGIA - JUL 13, 2015
Pours a clear ruby Amber with minimal tan head. Aroma is round sweet citrus. Flavor is slightly bitter and slightly sour but mostly sweet with some tangerine and berry character. There is a slight funk on the backside but doesn't detract too much.
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Ruby body, med whit head. Aroma of dried fruits, caramel. Res fruits, cherry. Flavours of dried fruits, caramel. Chezry. Medium fruity finish, slightly dry.
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Bought in an Exxon station in San Diego. Delicious, well done amber, superior for a local. Ripe tasting, hoppy, wet. Jado (805) - Camp Hill, AUSTRALIA - JUN 29, 2012
Don’t mind an Irish style red ale, and this is a pretty good example of the style. It pours a deep russet red with a fairly tight beige head. Carbonation is lively which lifts the beer. Caramel and malt drive the taste, with a light, flowery overlay of hops. There’s a light flavour of wheat at the back end. Overall, a very acceptable red / amber ale.