RATINGS: 396   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   IBU: 33   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bold and hoppy, Omission Pale Ale is a hop-forward American Pale Ale, brewed to showcases the Cascade hop profile. Amber in color, Omission Pale Ale’s floral aroma is complemented by caramel malt body, making for a delicious gluten-free craft beer.

A tick is a star rating
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5


3.2
Darkmagus82 (2303) - - AUG 8, 2015
Poured from bottle into a pint glass Appearance – The beer pours an orange amber color with a tiny head of white foam. The head fades relatively quickly leaving just a trace of foamy lace on the sides of the glass. Smell – The aroma is strong of a caramel smell mixed with a bit of a bready aroma. Along with these smells comes some lighter notes of a yeast and a bit of molasses. Taste – The taste begins with a bready and caramel sweetened taste. As the taste moves forward more and more bready and grainy tastse meet the tongue along with a little bit of a hay and grassy flavor. With a little bit of a fruit flavor of a citrus and pear, one is left with a lightly hopped and moderately malty taste to linger on the tongue. Mouthfeel – The body of the beer is average in thickness with a carbonation level that is a bit on the lower side. For the style the feel is rather decent, although a little bit more carbonation may have been slightly better for the style overall. Overall – A lighter hopped but rather tasty brew overall. Now I am not adverse to gluten, so its really not one I would likely frequent when given the option of other pales. If you are gluten sensitive though this may be a beer that is right up your alley.

1.6
skatanarchy (212) - - AUG 3, 2015
오미션 비어컴퍼니 - 글루텐 프리 페일에일 5.8% ABV 정보를 찾다가 글루텐 프리라는 설명을 듣고 잠깐 놀람. 글루텐 프리면 다 맛없고 실 줄 알았는데 내기억에 이 페일에일은 가볍고 프루티한게 나쁘지 않았다 코카서스인ሖ 유대인들은 알러지가 참으로 많아서 글루텐이니 땅콩이니 피하는 경우가 많은데 다들 맥주는 마시고 싶어하고 피넛버터도 먹고 싶어한다. 때문에 유사상품이 많을 수 밖에 https://twitter.com/MaekJuBot

2.8
Lowe1983 (1656) - Dayton, Ohio, USA - JUL 11, 2015
Pours a light amber color with an off-white head. Aroma is of earth tones and almost no hops. Flavor is the same. Only the earth tones and not much else.

3
pkbites (1006) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 7, 2015
Normally glutton free beers suck. But this isn’t half bad. Darker amber pour, with creamy whiteish head. Malty, bready nose. Ample hoppiness. Higher alcohol content not detected. Bottle @ Chillies Chicago O’Hare airport.

3.9
beer_rookie (706) - Arkansas, USA - JUL 1, 2015
Pours a honey gold color. Thick and creamy head. Nice lacing. It’s a good start to a mysterious beer.

Smells like an IPA. In fact, it may even smell more like a brown ale. It smells great. I smell caramel and/or toffee. I also smell some hops.

Tastes pretty good. Better than a lot of beers I’ve had. Tastes like an IPA but there’s a lightness to it, but it’s also sort of rich in flavor. I’m supposed to smell the floral, but I taste it more so. I taste some pine, and some caramel.

Mouthfeel is sort of weird. While it tastes good and all, it’s just not quite as heavy as an IPA. It’s somewhat watery. It’s very dry, and it finishes bitter. It’s true to an IPA in the finish, but there’s just something about it.

Overall, I’m extremely surprised by this. I was expecting a whole lot less. It’s actually delicious. I would certainly buy this again. If it’s gluten-free you’re looking for, this would be amazing!! I still consider this amazing. At 5.8% it’s pretty good for an IPA, and pretty drinkable. Try it!!

3.1
bubbleflubber (2244) - Swannanoa, North Carolina, USA - JUN 21, 2015
Pours a perfect tea hue into the glass, with a fine, steady eggshell head that leaves window-wash lacing. Biscuits, caramel and a hint of citrus to the nose. Flavors of cereal and Cascade hops leave the mouthfeel a bit hollow, with a twinge of citrus every now and again. Hop-forward, yes, but missing some of the malt profile that balances out a top-tier APA. I will give this some credit, though. After doing mulch work in the hot sun on a summer afternoon, this lively-palated jigger is definitely a thirst quencher. Without being too heavy, it never crosses over to being a thin, watery brew. So there’s kudos to that, for sure.

3.1
MaltOne (408) - Wisconsin, USA - JUN 21, 2015
Pours butterscotch amber. A fairly strong yeasty aroma. Taste first impression was that I was drinking a nice craft lager, not an APA. Nice slightly sweet grain profile, with slightest hint of hops. Nice creamy texture. As a APA it misses the mark. As a craft lager, its not bad. Also, oddly, nowhere on the bottle does it say gluten free.

2.5
AAEA (266) - California, USA - JUN 20, 2015
12Fl OZ ($4 bottle) had this at TGI Fridays bith my meal. not a bad beer but nothing special. I’ve seen this brand around and have passed till now and I will most likely continue to pass. if they are going to make it in the beer game they will need to seriously step it up.

3
UXO (1896) - CANADA - JUN 4, 2015
Pours cloudy pale amber with one fingers of light tan head diminishing gradually to a thin skim, spotty lacing. (3/5) Nose is muted pine resin, citrus, caramel malt, floral. (6/10) Taste is moderate sweet, moderate bitter. (6/10) Medium body, moderate to low carbonation, off-dry finish. (3/5) Well, it’s not terrible - which is actually fairly high praise for a gluten-free. Flavours are a little dull, and it doesn’t warm all that well - there’s a little something that just isn’t working for me on the nose, that’s becoming more noticeable as it warms. Drinkable, though. (12/20)

3.4
angelkostvo (1248) - CZECH REPUBLIC - MAY 29, 2015
Orange colour, white head, aroma of figs, orange, mandarin and caramel. Taste is light bitter, light sweet. Medium body, slick texture, average carbonation.


We Want To Hear From You



Join us! RateBeer is made by beer enthusiasts for the craft beer community. Your basic membership is free and allows you to read all beer ratings. Click here to create your account... and give your opinion!

Join Us »



Page  1 « 7 8 9  10  11 12 13 » 41
A tick is a star rating
  • Currently 0/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5