beerinmarch (2830) - Washington, USA - JAN 17, 2005
On tap at the Old Market. Well after the Great White Wheat I was getting a bit scared, would this one taste metallic as well? yep, but this brew covered up its armor with a big syrupy sweet blast of barrilicous flava. Way overly sweet, almost sickening by the end of this, I can’t imagine drinking a whole pint of this, thankyou but no. Volgon (2761) - Manchester, New Hampshire, USA - AUG 3, 2004
RBSG 2004: Hazy amber with a small white head. Huge berry aroma, starts sweet and then gets more sweet. Watery texture and softly carbonated. harlequinn (2744) - Tacoma, Washington, USA - FEB 17, 2006
This was a really nicely done fruit beer. The fruit really stands out on its own, with a great raspberry flavor that does not taste overly artificial but has a genuine fruit flavor. The malt factor is standalone as well, with a bit more boldness than I expected. Somehow this all comes together and manages to be balanced. troopie (2459) - Munchen an der Willamette, Oregon, USA - OCT 12, 2009
Draught. Poured pale gold with thin white head. Aroma of bread and raspberry. Raspberry flavour with some a bit of yeastiness. Lingering sweet finish. But not sicky sweet Murphy (1759) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - FEB 9, 2004
Berry dominance all over this one. This tastes like bubble gum or cough syrup. Too much berries maybe? Nice color though.
stchloe (1112) - Portland, Oregon, USA - OCT 28, 2008
I am pretty sure only a raspberry extract is used, lending the beer a sweet raspberry taste but in a faux way. A drinkable fruit beer but the wrong kind of sugar. Melyssa (1) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JUL 6, 2015 does not count
This buttery blondie begins with a cold, crisp refreshment that is sweet but zippy soon turning to a full, rich and nutty thirst quencher that lingers in an even nuttier finish. It’s full-bodied without being a fruity ass and the combination of sweet to sinfully soothing is my newest love. Give this baby a try if you’re looking for a light but defined brew that is palatably pleasant. Cheers!