Sledutah (7722) - Utah, USA - JUN 10, 2012
16oz can from The Grapevine ESBob (379) - Indiana, USA - JUN 10, 2012
Appearance: Clear golden with a medium sized white head that dissipates to a ring leaving good lacing
Aroma: Fruity and grassy
Taste: Fruity, grassy, bitter with a herbal finish
Ok, but won’t have another
Can. Pours a clear crisp golden with ample frothy white head. Aroma is some malt sweetness and grass, a light floral note is detected. Taste is an interesting combo of malt sweetness and hop bitterness. Very refreshing crisp, clean and sessionable. Worth mowing the lawn and using one or two of these as your reward! Bif (2257) - St. Charles, Missouri, USA - JUN 9, 2012
Can- Pours a clean pale golden color with a good head that fades to nice lacing. Aroma of fresh grain and mild citrus with some malt sweetness and herbs. Starts with a nice bitterness and mild malt sweetness. Continues with a pleasant bitterness and a clean finish. Fairly light body and smooth. Easy drinker, quite enjoyable. Can put away a few of these with no problem
Jethro6191 (508) - Indiana, USA - JUN 8, 2012
Pours a clear gold with a substantial white, frothy head. Subtle malt and floral aromas. The flavor is crisp and clean with malt, resin, and floral notes. Medium body with a high level of carbonation. Very nice session beer that is well balanced an refreshing. ChainGangGuy (4895) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JUN 8, 2012
12 ounce can - $2.29 at Total Wine & More in Kennesaw, Georgia. There is what appears to be an expiration date of 16 SEP 12 on the bottom of the can.
johnbuck100 (306) - Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 3, 2012
Appearance: Pours a crystal clear, deep yellow body with a lofty, foaming, whitish head. Copious amounts of coating lacing on the way down.
Smell: An aromatic base of pale malts with a small hint of toast and grainy-scented barley, then fragrant notes of spice and white grapefruit and, just lightly, some resins.
Taste: Pale maltiness, a bit of grain, a bit of lightly toasted bread. Citrusy, floral hops with a scant hint of savory spiciness and resin drip. Reasonably bitter. Just a bit more of the sweet maltiness (just a bit), then, the spicy, citrusy finish with a low hint of lingering bitterness.
Mouthfeel: Medium-light body. Medium carbonation.
Overall: A fairly fine, tasty lager.
4-pack of pint cans from Whole Foods Market Foggy Bottom. I thought Shift was a dopey name for a beer until I had one and understood the connotation. Shift, as in have a coupla two-tree after yours. Wow, an excellent lager, no not especially hoppy, but its a lager, what do you expect? Very full-bodied and refreshing, with substance and complexity. An excellent lager, extremely drinkable. I would love to see this sold at professional sports arenas around the country as a replacement for the crap we are offered. agillespie81 (315) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 3, 2012
Aroma - floral, fruity, faint malt;
Appearance - light copper, thick fluffy head, excellent lacing;
Taste - mild hop front, slightly bitter back, tart finish;
Palate - somewhat crisp, watered down body;
Overall - easy drinking on a warm summer day though poorly built in many areas, almost reminds me of a better version of Miller Lite. Beerona97 (2399) - Washington, USA - JUN 3, 2012
Clear gold, thin white head. Aroma of grain, grass, bready malt. Taste is light cereal grains, light bitterness, nice floral hop. Easy drinking yet flavorful. rougeau13 (3080) - Richmond, Texas, USA - JUN 3, 2012
Clear, dark golden-amber with a lacing, thick white head. Aroma of grain, bread, lemon and grass. Taste was light, but full flavored, breast malts with a nice dose of gently bitter hops. Light-medium bodied, crisp. Very nice for a style that generally lacks character or appeal. brokensail (16486) - Dublin, California, USA - JUN 1, 2012
Golden in color with a white head. Nice clean lager aroma with floral hop notes and a hint of citrus. A bit of yeast and bread, maybe a touch of biscuit in there, too. Flavor is somewhat sweet with a touch of hop bitterness. Good floral notes, light citrus, and a bit of grass. Mild yeast and esters. Well done lager.