slowrunner77 (12429) - Reno, Nevada, USA - MAR 25, 2015
still searching for a no gluten beer that’s is both available and decent. This ain’t it. slightly more enjoyable than the brown due to the weird fruitiness that I guess is the yeast, but just not very good. FROTHINGSLOSH (7901) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 10, 2015
UPDATED: JAN 17, 2016 A total steaming pile of crap like everything else in this line. +++ Sampled from a 12 oz brown bottle this "beer" poured a caramel amber color with a medium sized soapy off white head that lingered but left no lacing. The aroma was malty but off with hints of caramel and bread dough. The flavor was simply disgusting - offly malty, medicinal, raw dough. Long medicinal finish with ever growing medicinal disgustingness. Medium body. I can’t say enough bad things about this. wlajwl (6940) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - OCT 30, 2014
Aroma is faint Belgian yeast, beery and a hint of tartness. The flavor is Belgian yeast, medium/slightly cloying sweetness and a mild funk in the finish. nick76 (4399) - Tampa, Florida, USA - AUG 6, 2014
The aroma is like a cider with nothing but an overall oddness. The appearance is golden with almost no head. The taste is like the aroma with a funky yeasty slightly malty finish. The palate is thin. Overall I would not drink this unless I had to as it’s better than nothing but not by much. Nero55 (943) - Nevada, USA - MAY 23, 2014
Bottle. Yellow with copper highlights and a thin white head. Aroma of cider, lager notes, and some sweetness. Light body, fruit (cider), sweetness, and some metallic notes with a dry finish. Nothing very Belgian about it.
Dr_Lucid (1) - New Hampshire, USA - MAY 22, 2014 does not count
The only thing these morons got right was the color. The rest of it makes you want to toss out what you have left in the trash and take a blunt stick and jam it in your eye.
But seriously, this is just a horrible tasting beer that makes you want to cry. Its kind of sour, as if you were at a Belgian brew fest and left a beer in the sun that sat for a few days until some poor soul took a whiff. And it only gets worse from here. I sense some honey which was a good idea to mask the otherwise feeling that they soaked off the glue from an envelope and let it ferment with sorghum.
I’m crying now because I had a buzz when I picked this up, its 10PM and the stores are closed and I know I’m going to drink these bad boys regardless. I may have to call in sick tomorrow. Scrapersnbeer (1532) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 2, 2014
A hint of Belgian yeasts to start, but clearly a sugary brew from the aroma. Clear orange color, very light suspension and moderate carbonation. Taste is sweet and sour and metal, phenolic with hints of diacetyl. Very fizzy and ultimately weightless. Feels like a regular Belgian that sat on the shelf too long. Very difficult to make this style with no malts. schne361 (18) - - APR 28, 2014
The color of this beer was a light yellow with little to no head. It has a strong cider smell with a hint of sour. It has a taste of light fruity, but has a terrible metallic after taste. crossovert (13405) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 15, 2014
355ml bottle. Yep, time for these assholes to give up, this is just awful sorghum wine. ganache (6001) - New Jersey, USA - MAR 28, 2014
Bottle. Stale nose right off the bat, but sweet and adjuncty. Pours bright golden, strong carbonation with a very noisy and fizzy gush of a head that doesn’t live very long. Taste lightly bitter, light-med sweet, light-med tang, but some malt-like sunshine with honey overtones. Medium-full body, relatively smooth but with some crispness that aids refreshment. Peppery with ammy fruit. Strong, oily clove-like phenolic character a bit too strong and medicinal, and there’s disproportionate burn/warmth, but on the whole, pretty well achieves its aims (I’d be happy as a non-gluten drinker, which is really quite something!).