LilKem (1213) - Marietta, Ohio, USA - NOV 4, 2007
carmel and toffee and copper flavors. some mild apple and lots of smooth hops. riversideAK (6261) - Shoreline, Washington, USA - OCT 31, 2007
Nice and sweet caramel and toffee aroma. A little alcohol comes through as well. Pours copper with no head. IS very malty and sweet. Caramel dominated with some toffee flavors as well. Rich and full bodied, this beer has low carbonation is very smooth and a little dry in the finish. Overall a nice beer. Storm (2684) - Amager, DENMARK - OCT 27, 2007
65 cl. bomber. Reddish amber colour with a fine white head. Aroma of caramel and toffee. Smooth flavour of malt, caramel and toffe-like, ends up light bitter and dry. Gusler (2653) - Tucson, Arizona, USA - OCT 25, 2007
The beer pours forth from the 22 ounce bottle an reddish orange with a demonstrative creamy white head that upon its erosion leaves a velum like coating to conceal the glass. Nose has a sour dough earthiness, somewhat sweet with a grassy tone, hints of oranges, caramel also peek though the maze. Start has a decent malt presence; mint like bitterness also present, with a touch, top is medium in feel. Finish has a stinging acidity, the hops blatantly spicy, dry as a bone aftertaste sticks to the palate like super glue, quite drinkable, a nice everyday beer. jpm30 (1587) - East Central, Georgia, USA - OCT 16, 2007
22 oz. bomber bottle, the label states "Danny’s Irish Style Red Ale," since the ABV is 6.5%, I figured it has just been renamed, so I entered my review here instead of making a new entry. Blurb along the right side of label, sampled in a pint glass.
Bottle conditioned cloudy appearance, reddish tarnished copper in color. A tight foamy pale tan head that settled into a thin, semi-sudsy lacing.
Roasted caramel is the first smell I noticed, followed by toffee and a subtle fruitiness. Earthy herbal hops are in the background, hints of dry tobacco leaves.
Smooth, airy moderate bodied mouthfeel, silky in the palate making this easy to consume. Gentle sweet roasted malty taste, caramel toffee and a touch grainy. Fruity tea-like hops that are mildly bitter, turn a earth spicy at the end. While the hops have a soft presence in the palate, the alcohol accentuated their fruity, spicy qualities. A lingering dry finish, sweet roasted malts with touches of spicy hops.
A very nice Irish Red Ale from Moylan’s, a welcome new addition to my local stores.
Cornfield (5570) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - OCT 8, 2007
Drinking from a bottle of Danny’s, Paddy presumably out of town for the day - It pours a slightly hazed reddish amber body with an okay off-white head. It has a musty yeast cake aroma covering a mildly sweet caramel scent. Somewhat flat. It tastes of overly ripe sweet apples with dull toffee and chewed caramel and a dirtiness that might be hops... oddly not tasting all that bad. The finish, however, is somewhat soiled.ThomasE (5174) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 2, 2007
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Light hazy amber colour colour with a small off white head. Malty, light caramel sweet aroma with a hoppy, piney note. Malty, light sweet flavor with a hoppy and vague sour note. beerbuzzmontreal (3487) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 24, 2007
Pours a hazy reddish amber with a thin white head. Aroma and flavor of green peas and hops, yuck, not good at all. The body is light with a creamy texture and lively carbonation. User57106 (246) - - AUG 18, 2007
UPDATED: NOV 6, 2007 Comments refer to bottled version. Also, beer I had was called DANNY’s Irish Style Red Ale, NOT Paddy’s.
Upon opening cap, a gush of frothy white foam issued forth, running down the sides and making a good-sized mess on my counter. It did settle into the glass eventually as a dark amber fluid with a thin skin of long-lasting light tan foam covering the surface.
Brown sugar and/or molasses greeted my nose upon opening, but the aroma faded fast. Subsequent sniffs provided a sublte aroma of smoky leather. Silky mouthfeel promises good things to come, and initial malt flavor seems to follow through. That is, until the metallic tang kicks in. That flaw seemed to fade as the glass of beer warmed up a bit, disappearing in favor of a barely-astringent malty flavor to linger in the mouth a bit after swallowing. For a beer relatively low in alcohol, there is still a bit of warmth to be felt. Hops are in the background and only tasted as the beer slides down the back of the tongue on its way to a happy belly. A malty, somewhat sweet beer. scrizzz (2223) - Bothell, Washington, USA - AUG 9, 2007
Sweet burnt caramel notes, kinda cloying flavor. Much sweeter than I like, but I’ll finish the bottle.