DrSilverworm (9671) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JUN 19, 2012
12oz botte, bottled May 10, 2012. Clear gold color, thin white head that fades to minimal. Couple dots of lace. Crisp, light carbonation. Dry texture. Pretty convincing, and decent lager. Light bread aroma, with some citrus lemon. Sort of a zesty-sweet taste. Definitely one of the better gluten-free beers I’ve tried. Nuffield (4171) - Roseville, Minnesota, USA - SEP 15, 2012
Not as good as the Omission pale ale, but then, why would you pick a plain lager over an APA in any event? Yellow, clear, light flavor. For what it does, it’s an accomplishment--drinkable gluten free beer. Not offensive. (bottle at the Ale Jail backyard beer festival, 2012) Patrickctenchi (6588) - 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. Sledutah (7526) - Utah, USA - OCT 31, 2012
12oz bottle picked up at the state store robloc303 (268) - Erie, Colorado, USA - NOV 14, 2012
Appearance: Pours slightly cloudy straw yellow with a small white head and spotty lacing
Aroma: Malts, cardboard and citrus
Taste: Light malts, grainy, honey and citrus
Not bad, easy drinking.
Pours pale yellow, good head. Appears like most domestic pale lagers.. Nose is a bit skunky, lemon, earthy, and believe it or not a hint of coffee. Actually has some good flavors. Lemon, wheat, and a sweet honey-citrus on the end.
MikeJslc (778) - USA - NOV 26, 2012
Light gold, chill haze, thin white head. Aroma of grainy sweet malt with a little sulpher, light spicy hops. Grainy malt with some sweet, corn-like notes, moderate bitterness and light citrus. Light/medium body. ganache (5901) - New Jersey, USA - FEB 26, 2013
Bottle. Sweet lemony citrus in the nose with a little PNW dry hopping, very enticing, with a super pale yellow pour with a short white head. Crisp, stern full lager body, hard but not unforgiving, and the sunniness helps soften things a bit. Taste is clean and fresh, light lemony citrus with faint breadiness at the end but it’s hard water sailing to that point, there’s only some fizziness in the flat-leaning feel, and despite the Pilsner airs the better descriptor is definitely ’Premium Lager’. degbert (1773) - Austin, Texas, USA - MAR 9, 2013
Overall ’OK’, but a gluten-free offering I’d be ecstatic about finding if I had celiac -- it actually tastes like beer!
Bottle. Pours a pretty standard yellow-gold with a high, finegrained head. The nose is almost all fruit -- apple and peach with a touch of honey and malt syrup. Sweet on the palate, with more fruity notes, but surprisingly decent; it finishes like a typical lager, though slightly flat. I might not have known it was gluten-free, and that’s high praise. TheBeerOrg (2145) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - MAR 23, 2013
Pours yellow with a fully receding white head. Notes of pale malt, light breadiness, and lightly bitter. Thin bodied with soft carbonation. Butters (4059) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - MAR 28, 2013
Hazy lemonade pour with decent white head. Aroma is a little citrus hop lightness with some grassy/wheaty notes. Flavor has a decent grassy bitterness, but not too much. Crisp and pretty refreshing. Almost had some wheat ale qualities. Honestly not that bad. I don’t think I would have even picked it out as gluten free if I didn’t already know.