biirusaikou (2705) - - JAN 18, 2016
Draught at Burgermania. Sweet malt, caramel, cake, raisin, green hops, fairly smooth finish. Hoppier than usual for the style, quite tasty and enjoyable. odannyob (151) - Colorado, USA - JAN 11, 2016
Source: 12 oz. bottle, cooled. Receptacle: 16 oz. dimpled mug, clean.
Nice, straight-forward colors of light browns and thin reds and a shallow head of even thinner foam. Not privy if the purity order’s part of this recipe, or if it even matters, but, it do taste good enough that it does, to me, anyway.
mmmbeer (1419) - Austin, Texas, USA - JAN 9, 2016
12 oz. bottle served in a mug- Poured a transparent lightly darkened brown, light carbonation that made the liquid sit very still in the vessel. Aroma of toffee, caramel, and barley. Hits the mouth with a light body, malt has plenty of heft inspite of the initial feel upon the tongue, middle has only a slight amount of sweetness, finish has a small amount of earth and biscuit. Left Hand products used to be around here in TX quite a bit, had to pick this up in MI. I always liked them... what happened? dwyerpg (6180) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - DEC 25, 2015
A light grassy aroma. The flavor on this is pretty nice. The malt isn’t too cloying sweet as many in this style. Good stuff. jsmanigold (127) - Texas, USA - DEC 16, 2015
Smells liked baked bread. A slightly sweet malty flavor. It’s a good try by Left Hand.
tysongillmore (362) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - NOV 21, 2015
I didn't take any extra notes when I tried this beer for the first time but I'm gonna try it again and update my comments.
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Pours a very clear copper color with a very small off white head that dissipated very quickly. The aroma is brown bread and caramel. The taste is very similar to the aroma. Seems like the aroma and flavor have weakened since it's an older bottle. foyle (421) - Wyoming, USA - NOV 5, 2015
Poured from 12oz bottle into pint glass.
Appearance: pours a 3" soapy off white head that leaves a ton of lacing. Color is rich copper with moderate streaming carbonation.
Aroma: toasted barley malt, earthy and citrus rind hops, toffee, raisin.
Mouthfeel: light to medium with a dry finish.
Flavor: bready malts dominate, with caramel sweetness and some moderate earthy and citrus hop balance.
Overall: quite enjoyable. I would buy this again. UrbanCaveman (193) - Ohio, USA - NOV 5, 2015
12 oz bottle, poured into a shaker pint at ~40 degrees F.
Appearance: Pours a perfectly clear coppery red-amber, and forms a pale tan head with a shorter lifespan than a Taylor Swift relationship. Okay lacing.
Smell: Malt. Yeah, that pretty much covers it. There’s toast, bread, and caramel, all sweet, with some vague nuttiness and shades of biscuit.
Taste: Malt. Yeah, that pretty much covers it here, too. Toast and bread get the marty (that’s malt-party) started, with a heavy dose of caramel sweetness coming in like a crowd of already-drunk crashers bursting in and instantly raising the volume level to 11. Some faint hints of walnut and Brazil nut drift in behind that, like a handful of introverts clinging to the walls, keeping their heads down and not talking, even to each other. Towards the end of the marty, earth and dirt come trundling on in to put the kibosh on all that sweet, bready noise, not unlike a pack of cops in riot gear with tasers in hand.
Mouthfeel: Yep, that’s a marzen.
Overall: I enjoyed this one - not too much hop presence, plenty of malt. Would repeat. OmegaX (1374) - Florida, USA - NOV 1, 2015
Bottle at home. It’s bready, caramel-y, malty. It’s an average, drinkable marzen.