Saarlander (1686) - Saarlouis, GERMANY - AUG 13, 2006
Dull gold pour, with small white head, abit wheaty, some Blueberry flavor, huge Blueberry aroma, decent drinking brew, easy to drink, abit mild. Ratman197 (14838) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - AUG 13, 2006
Bomber poured a hazy pale golden yellow with a small disapating white head. Aromas of wheat , light blueberry and a hint of honey. Palate was light bodied and crisp. Flavors of wheat, blueberry and light lemon with a crisp lightly lingering bluieberry finish. A very refreshing beer! STEPHENDR (478) - California, USA - JUL 7, 2006
Pale gold color- nice small bubbled white head- nose of solvent, medicine, blueberries(kind of) , yeast – blueberry, yeast, sweet/sour taste – palate champagne – aftertaste clean biggcb (464) - Harleysville, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 30, 2006
Bottle. Pours a very cloudy & transparent yellowy color. Aroma is very yeasty, with a moderate amount of blueberry. The taste is basically yeasty water and a trace amount of blueberry on the back end. A little more blueberry comes through as the beer breaths, but still not much to speak off. GG (2332) - NorCal, California, USA - MAY 22, 2006
This beer really, really suprised me. I had have a few Marin Brew products and have always thought highly of them. I tried today the Raspberry ale and I really wasn’t impress with it at all, so I had some trepidation with trying this. Quite simply, this is one of the easiest to drink fruit beers I’ve ever had. The aroma of this beer is straight out of the cereal box that has the dehydrated blueberries in it. Blueberries, blueberries and more blueberries. Appearance is VERY light in color, almost a yellow-golden hue. This beer pours a HUGE head so be careful. Mouthfeel was lively and carbonated. Flavor was blueberry, but in a way that didn’t smack you upside the head. Very well done, so I guess my vote goes for the blueberry ale as my favorite from their two.
grant (842) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - APR 2, 2006
Hazy yellow with hints of orange. Not sure what the "artificial color" is here? Definitely lots of blueberry in the aroma - it smells like fully ripened - maybe overripe - and sweetened ones, rather than newer, more tart ones. Very slight maltiness (honey) along with a smattering of wheatiness. Flavor starts out sweet, explodes with some blueberry about 1/3 of the way through, meets an odd juxtaposition with some lime, and then quickly dries out and becomes stemmy. Leaves a trace of dough in the mouth. Pretty good, really. A bit too sweet for my tastes, but it’s done pretty well. harlequinn (2744) - Tacoma, Washington, USA - MAR 13, 2006
This tastes like BooBerry cereal. Fruit explodes out of the glass, and is very light and not very artifical as far most of the beers in this style are. Taste very light clean and fresh. Somewhat sweet and tart, but overall very well done. Snojerk321 (2960) - San Diego, California, USA - MAR 6, 2006
This a beer that would go very well with pancaked in the moring. I had this beer at night and it was a bit much. I could only drink 1, any more and I would have had to use it as syrup. hayduke (5209) - Eureka, California, USA - FEB 4, 2006
22 oz bottle. Poured rich yellow with nice, long-lasting white head. Yep, blueberries are what greet your nose, but with some citrus is there too. In fact after the first taste, it the the citrus that dominates. Strong carbonation makes it a bit fizzy. Reminds me a lot of Lost Coast Great White, which is half the price here in Eureka. So while this is a decent beer, as time goes on I find myself looking more and more at quality versus cost. Maybe it was just too dark in the room, but I completely missed that this was BlueBEERY, instead of BlueBerry until I brought up this page to post my rating. Cute. DarkElf (3062) - La Jolla, California, USA - OCT 24, 2005
(22 oz bottle: $3.49 at Hi-Time Wine Cellars in Costa Mesa, CA) I don’t often pop the cap on a beer and have it work like a can of air freshener, but I could quickly smell the aroma of fresh tart blueberries from a few feet away, and once poured in the glass, tart blueberries completely dominates the nose of this beer. Tasting this beer, it is fairly tart with an authentic and strong blueberry flavor, nothing artificial tasting here. Actually, it tastes like eating a bowl of tart blueberries with lemon drizzled over it. And really, the fact that this fruit beer is totally tart and not sweet at all is what makes this a pretty decent American fruit beer in my opinion. The beer finishes a bit weak, with lemon citrus sticking around longer than the blueberry flavor. There’s really no maltiness and not hops or bitterness in this beer, and I greatly approve of this. Very carbonated mouthfeel teams up with the tartness to make for a light bodied, clean and refreshing beer. Pale straw and slightly hazy in appearance, with no tinting from the fruit. With the usual strong carbonation levels of Marin bottles, the snow white head is very perky and tall, despite performing the most careful pour of which I’m capable. The head never fades below a quarter-inch in height, and leaves a few clumps of foam on the glass. This isn’t the kind of beer I’d drink often, but once every few years, I grab a bottle of this and enjoy the hell out of it. But then again, I also really love blueberries.