RATINGS: 267   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.65/5   IBU: 20   EST. CALORIES: 138   ABV: 4.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Omission Lager is a refreshing and crisp beer, brewed in the traditional lager style. Perfect for a variety of beer drinking occasions, Omission Lager’s aromatic hop profile offers a unique, easy-drinking gluten-free beer for those looking for a lighter and approachable beer style.

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2.2
   AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 2/5   TASTE 5/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 8/20
jkwood04 (5463) - Connecticut, USA - NOV 25, 2012
12oz bottle in a lager glass. Pours light golden with a white head. Aroma of light grains and light floral hops. Flavor similar to water. Lighter to average texture. Not the best beer.


3
Onslow (1532) - Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA - AUG 19, 2017
Pour from a 12oz bottle. Lighter shade of pale gold with fizzy white head that quickly fades. Some lacing. Aroma of mild grass. Taste is minimal malt up front with a pleasant grassy bitter hops emerging almost immediately. Sustains the grass through to the finish, though it seems to fade at the very end, leaving just a dry astringency. An enjoyable if simple brew.

4.3
angrystar (9) - - AUG 12, 2017 does not count
Reminded me of the German lagers I drank in Munich. Reminded me of the German lagers I drank in Munich. Reminded me of the German lagers I drank in Munich. Reminded me of the German lagers I drank in Munich. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3
yespr (47581) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - JUL 5, 2017
33 cl bottle. Pours hazy yellow, small white head. Aroma is grassy and skunky. Dry, herbal, grassy and straw. Skunky and grassy finish.

2.7
tricksta_p (5164) - Steenwijk, NETHERLANDS - JUN 9, 2017
Bottle from a supermarket in Oregon. Aroma is grainy malt, straw, soft bready and very grainy with a slight grassy hoppy touch. Flavour is light to moderate sweet and moderate bitter. Body is bordering on medium. Not that bad, bit dull but drinkable for a gluten-free Lager.

1.9
dbrhodes (15) - Springfield, Virginia, USA - MAY 30, 2017
I used to love this app BEFORE this latest update that forces you to login but even more annoying is the fact that you are forced to write a minimum 75 character comment when rating a beer.  ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

2.7
imdownthepub (15334) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - APR 26, 2017
Bottled, 355ml from The Beerd, Oxford. Hazy yellow gold with white head. This is pretty thin with a dry, strained tea maltiness. Thin on the palate. Not getting it really.

2.3
KeefOz (1917) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - APR 14, 2017
BB021117. Poured a crystal clear pale amber with a one-finger bright white foamy head that retained OK but laced poorly. Carbonation high, lively and coarse. Aroma of pale malt and slightly sweet citrus. Taste is malty with slight grain and moderate sweetness. Light body, bordering on watery. Crisp and smooth with a bit of an unpleasant tart finish.

2.9
mkel07 (6406) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - FEB 27, 2017
270217.Bottle from Dan Murphy’s. Just not feeling it with this beer. Initially looks very clear when poured into the glass. White head and dull lemon rind colour. The flavour is okay and a bit basic. Thin bodied with a light finish.

2.9
johndoughty (5543) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 2, 2016
Bottle. Golden and clear with no head. Cardboard like flavour which was far from present. My first from this brewery and definitely not a good start.

2.4
zacgillbanks (5508) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - NOV 5, 2016
Bottle from M&S, Metrocentre, Gateshead. Straw coloured with a thin white head. It has a sweet fruity, malty, lemon and grassy flavour followed by a sweet gentle floral fruity finish. Not bad.


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