rondphoto (4516) - Lakeside Park, Kentucky, USA - JUL 11, 2014
Can @ John’s Grocery / Iowa City IA --- Clear golden amber color, thick foamy white head, swaths of lace. This looks delicious like any All-American beer in ads from fifty years ago. Wow. Aroma of light malt and citrus. Taste is three pronged - sweet malt opens things, followed by citrus hops that don’t take over, but are clearly there, then malt again as it moves to a lingering finish. And what is that? Light hops keep pulsing in until all disappears. A really solid light pilsner - challenges any of the best from Germany. MetalNHopHead (2277) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - SEP 6, 2016
The "American" aspect of this American Pils is its higher hop bill, and that makes it a Keeper indeed. Clear golden pour. Dank hop aroma. Hop-forward taste with earth and some zesty citrus. Quite a bit of bitterness and dryness at the finish. Just what I like from a Pils. husk2240 (10) - Oakland, California, USA - APR 9, 2014
There was a time when "imported" beer made in the U.S. -- just like any "contract brew" would have been laughed at. Now it seems that things are really different. Fukito (1064) - Santiago, CHILE - OCT 18, 2014
Can. Clear golden color with a nice medium white head and effervescent carbonatation. Aroma is tropical fruits with a slight buttery note and a hay bitter finish. Medium to light palate, very drinkable tasty and refreshing. Very solid. alex_alkis (419) - SWEDEN - NOV 2, 2014
Packed with hops and citrus tones. More powerful than many American Pale Ales
sir__v (2630) - FRANCE - JAN 6, 2015
Bottle from Cotteridge Wines - Color: clear pale blond beer with small carbonation and small white foam. Smell: exotic fruits as litchi and mango. Peach notes hoppy presence. Taste: nice exotic fruits really nice with litchi and peach notes. Nice hoppy taste fresh and really easy drinkable. Aftertaste: fruity taste, nice wet bitterness. Easy drinkable and fresh!