Ughsmash (7508) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 18, 2013
Bottled. Poured clear, bright golden with a short-lived white head. The aroma picked up lightly-toasty corn and pale malts with light, dank hop accents. The flavor found corn, honey, and odd grain (sorghum?) with sharp lemon zest and odd bitterness around.. finished lemony and quasi-refreshing. Light-bodied with an ok flow through the palate. Radek Kliber (7345) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - SEP 30, 2014
Where and how: bottle 355ml 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - AUG 25, 2012
Aroma grainy, pale malts. Not too clean. Slightly soapy hints. Generic vibe.
Top: white top, fizzy top, sparse lace.
Base: pale straw.
Palate : tad thin body
Taste: sweet grainy malty lager. Grassy behind. Thinner yet with good approach.
Other notes blue collar lager
Bottle:   Straw in color, rather clear, thin to moderate white head, sudsy, little lacing.   Macro beer aroma, corny, rice, the stuff I taste when I vomit out my nose.   Sweet grassy/grainy malt forward nose.   Very much a grassy/straw/hay like beer.   Its a clean beer alright, straw and hay/grass on the finish.   If I had a gluten issue, this would be a decent brew to drink, unoffensive, not too bold in any one direction.   However, if I had to drink this more than a few times I would be livid! wlajwl (6801) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - DEC 8, 2012
Aroma is citrus and a hint of lime. The flavor is citrus, lime, a grainy malt background almost similar in texture to oatmeal and a tart finish. Braudog (6710) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - DEC 9, 2012
Bottle. Super light yellow, fizzy. Virtually no aroma. Virtually no flavor either. But this at least is better than any other gluten free beer I’ve ever tried before ... it’s not disgusting. Other gluten free beers tend to end up with some weird aftertaste. This doesn’t have that, and might actually be an enjoyable alternative to anyone needing to avoid gluten. It’s inoffensive. (#4851, 12/9/2012)
kramer (6682) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 17, 2013
Pours a clear pale gold body with a small fizzy white head that faded very quickly to a wispy partial film. The nose is not especially pleasant, it’s very light for starters, then there’s a bit of an odd vegetal note, and a touch of honey sweetness. The flavor isn’t going to fool anybody that they left out the malt. It’s thin and a little vegetal tasting and there aren’t any perceptible hops at all. Finishes weird and weak with a slight chemical twang. Light bodied an fizzy with a short watery finish. Wouldn’t recommend this one to anybody. If you have a gluten allergy, stick to hard alcohol. ajnepple (6606) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 4, 2014
12 oz bottle into a pint glass at Cactus Jacks. Pale, light golden and clear appearanc. Small white head, light lacing and active carbonation. Mild aroma of pale malts, toasted grains and light citrusy hops. Similar flavor, grainy and lightly bitter. Crisp, clean and pretty smooth with a light to medium body. Not bad, solid lager. Patrickctenchi (6585) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - OCT 23, 2012
Pours hazy, bright yellow-gold with a tall white head.
Scent is faintly hoppy, spice.
Taste is a very crisp, acidic grapefruit.
A little bread...
Pretty tasty, light and refreshing....
Lively for a gluten-free. AshtonMcCobb (6581) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 21, 2016
Bottle from Appellation Wines Comely Bank.
Appearance - deep golden with a decent head.
Nose - sweetcorn and green beans.
Taste - more corn plus honey. A touch sweet generally.
Palate - it could be fresher than this.
Overall - if a lager doesn’t refresh it doesn’t really do anything. blutt59 (6564) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JAN 12, 2013
Bottle, clear gold with egg white foam, light musky hops aroma and flavors, some mild bitterness, malt liquor finish. Reminds me of a weak NB Shift