realalechamp (41) - Greater Manchester, ENGLAND - AUG 13, 2012
My favourite style of ale, and thankfully Magic Rock knows such an ale is best on cask. It is a lovely red in colour with sublime malt sweetness and rich fruits. medallaisla (91) - PUERTO RICO - AUG 8, 2012
Pours a beautiful red with a solid head and lacing.
Caramel with loads of red fruits, grapefruits, and pine. Quite hoppy for an amber. Magic Rock just doesn’t make bad beer (or beer any less than superb, for that matter) KennethArd (602) - Odense, DENMARK - MAR 18, 2017
Aroma of grapefruit, pine, orange & lemon. Clear amber with low, very long lasting, white head. Medium bitter and light sweet. Medium body, slick texture, soft carbonation & very long nicely balanced bitter finish. mark1969 (38) - edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 20, 2012
normally i am not impressed with red ales,but this beer excellent malt character and gentle hop profile . very well design beer. radassace (370) - SCOTLAND - NOV 19, 2016
330ml can. Pours an amber copper. Malt forward red ale, with a dried fruit orange peel grapefruit hop taste. Really good red ale.
zacgillbanks (5359) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - MAR 29, 2012
Bottle from Coppers in Newcastle. A deep ruby red coloured beer with strong orange marmalade, red fruity and sherbet flavours, hoppiness, red fruits again and a bitter slight woody finish. bodega95 (85) - - MAR 15, 2015
On tap at OMA Bistró, Barcelona. This red ale is one of the best ones I tried. Very hoppy and fantastic aroma. BazScott (69) - - MAR 18, 2016
Pours cloudy dark red colour, with small head which quickly disappears. Hoppy aroma. Back to basics beer. 4 ingredients, big flavour. :-) caesar (7165) - Bunnik/Utrecht, NETHERLANDS - JUN 29, 2016
Can @ cafe Derat, large sample. Hazy amber color, short frothy head. Aroma of caramel and toffee, piney and grapefruity hops. Toffee sweetness, caramel fudge, but also hoppy bitterness. Wonderfully balanced and caramel body is big enough to make it complex and very tasty. Awesome brew. jjsint (3319) - Leicester, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - JUL 8, 2016
Keg tap at the Cambridge Blue. Reddish amber, clear with a small off-white head. Resin, toffee, forest floor, a touch of banana in the aroma. Bittersweet taste turning quickly to a sharp bitter, with more resinous hop on the finish. Perfect tickly carbonation. A veritable godsend to an amberphile like me.