jcr (2705) - Jasper, Indiana, USA - MAR 20, 2006
A drinkable if unremarkable beer. Cloudy, yellowish pour. Mildly aromatic with light malts and some sweet notes with a hint of breadiness. The flavors, too, were mild — sweetness and grains and a hint of corn. There was a slight tartness in the aftertaste. hellomynameis (876) - Mayer, Minnesota, USA - MAR 19, 2006
Small white head that quickly dissapeared into a ring of soft foam. This was a golden yellow coloudy beer served too cold to detect any decent aroma. I would desribe this beer as having a rich body. Very drinkable with some sweet flavours not reminiscent of malt and a slight bitter finish. Suttree (6392) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - MAR 17, 2006
Cloudy yellow, decent white head. Fuity aroma - kinda pineappley, a little banana-y, a bit grapefuity. More full bodied than I anticipated. Mildly toasty, with a surprising touch of rye at the finish. RooftopRogue (423) - Champaign, Illinois, USA - MAR 4, 2006
This beer introduces itself with a good hearty aroma of yeast that has hints of citrus fruit and corn in the background. This beer fills the glass with a cloudy amber solution with no head and a constant stream of carbonation bubbles rising to the surface. This thin beer enters the mouth smoothly and distributes a sweet nutty fruit taste that perks the tongue. drunkenbum84 (73) - kenosha, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 26, 2006
UPDATED: OCT 26, 2015 Excellent beer. Pours pale and cloudy with nothing in the way of head. Decent aroma and the flavor is great. Goes down really smooth, another excellent wisconsin beer.
TheBeerLover (1027) - DC Metro Area, USA - FEB 19, 2006
UPDATED: APR 15, 2006 Cream ale is an American beer style. Its not an ale, but a lager,and enjoys a warm ferment, and a cold conditioing, making it round and smooth. Brewed with adjunct, usually corn grits, it t gives the beer, a slightly tart and sour edge. Spotted Cow pours to a hazy pale yellow color, with a slight head that fades, and a moderate to soft carbonation. The nose of this beer isn’t too remarkable, has some pale malt, and sweet corn aroma, and light, grassy hops. Palate is soft, with good pale malt, and some sweet corn/adjunct flavor, which is slightly sour and refreshing. Finishes with more pale and corn flavors up front, then ends with a mild bitterness. Very drinkable, quaffable beer. Has good flavor, and is the type of beer you could really pound with impunity. A great "law mower" or summer refresher. I like this one. DavidP (1748) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 14, 2006
Tap. Hazy honey-colored body. Pale six-row aroma with sweet field corn. Wet grain and field corn flavor with light leafy hops. Dry, dusty mouthfeel. Don’t know why this stuff so popular. BlueFalcon (15) - Savannah, Georgia, USA - FEB 8, 2006
Light, fruity, and very smooth. Easy to drink and refreshing in warm weather. Much better on tap in a small town -- worth the drive to Potosi or Patch Grove. drfabulous (7945) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - FEB 4, 2006
A buddy brought this back from Wisconsin once, and while good, it didn’t meet the hype New Glarus generates. Tasted very Pilsner-ish to me, not my favorite style. Oberon is better. sayravai (4710) - Helsinki, FINLAND - FEB 4, 2006
(Bottled, thanks oh6gdx!) Opaque orange with almost no head. Aroma of slightly sour apples, lots of fruity oranges, mild witbier spices. Very fruity initial flavor with oranges, some lemon and wheat. Somehing like a mix of Ukranian witbier and a hint of saison. No hops to speak of. The finish is a bit disappointing, as it hardly exists. Light to medium-bodied, slightly fizzy carbonated, but otherwise smooth and refreshing palate. A very fruity and quite pleasant brew, although too easy and mild for my taste.