tonypreto (130) - Akron, Ohio, USA - DEC 8, 2014
12 oz bottle poured into pint glass. A hoppy aroma with slight yeast to it. No head to it. Tastes smooth, but very watered down. Doesn’t really taste like a gluten free beer in it’s defense, although if you aren’t following a gluten free diet, I would suggest avoiding it. elbernays (1618) - Dublin, IRELAND - DEC 5, 2014
Bottle shared at home from mchughs. Light spruce aroma. Light biscuit malt with watery finish. Meh DrDrood (37) - GERMANY - DEC 5, 2014
Leicht flockiges, bernsteinfarbenes Bier mit mäßiger, feinporiger Schaumkrone. Der Geruch von dunklem Brot, Malz und Karamel liegt einem in der Nase. Im Antrunk braucht es etwas Zeit bevor sich eine malzig karamellige Blume öffnet und entfaltet. Lang anhaltender malziger Geschmack. Angenehm herb und erfrischend. williamherbert (1546) - Syracuse, New York, USA - NOV 6, 2014
Carrot orange, not a lot of head, but a surprising amount of lace. Looks like any old pale ale. Decent body; good thickness.
Okay so the aroma: prickly, sharp malts; a little bitter but also a tad flowery. The malt isn’t exactly sugary, but it is bready and dry: biscuity. Pleasant enough.
Flavor is primarily hops, the woody, east coast kind. The malt is definitely different: it’s kind of like cardboard, but not the "off" wet cardboard you get in some beers. It has an aftertaste that is very dry. It’s not unpleasant but it’s not quite beer-like.
The feel is buttery and slick. Has a decent body to it. As far as G-free beers go, I don’t really know if this is one of the good ones or one of the bad ones. But if I had celiac, I could do a lot worse. rondphoto (4483) - Lakeside Park, Kentucky, USA - NOV 3, 2014
bottle @ Party Town / Florence KY --- Clear dark amber with a solid 1" ivory head, bands and swirls of lace. Taste is lightly carameled malt that eases through the palate to a finish that features both citrus hops and edgy carbonation. Not complicated, but agreeable and light in the stomach.
Cornfield (5569) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - OCT 21, 2014
Not bad at all for a gluten-free beer. The pour produced a clear golden bronze body with the slenderest (yet sustained) white head. The aroma is hops, pink and yellow grapefruit with a dash or two of lemon zest. The taste follows suit, citrus with just a dab of "malty" sweetness. It finishes fairly dry with a moderate zesty bitterness. I’d dink this one again. MarineOBeer (45) - - OCT 12, 2014
Mix between light beer and Amber ale.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone raoul_duke (240) - - SEP 28, 2014
Brewed 6/5/14. Nose nondescript, some hoppy profile. Looks cloudy and not as pale as expected. Not as hoppy as expected. Decent balance to the malt. slowrunner77 (12455) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 23, 2014
Not a big fan of this one. It’s odd...I think the hoppy styles are the ones that can forgo the gluten the best as it’s easire to just cover up that deficiency with hops, but most of the ones i had just don’t get it right. This is no exception. The hops are present, but fairly bland, and a little too sweet/malt heavy. Neither are beers I’d go back for." geologyguy (1629) - Columbia, South Carolina, USA - SEP 6, 2014
Smell is malty slightly fruity, watery with malt off the bat, slightly bitter but not really in a hops way...blah no good flavor...very poor