Cousin_Larry (893) - - AUG 16, 2014
Tastes like someone mixed sugar with skunk spray and water. If I develop a gluten allergy I might have this again, but thatís literally the only way that will happen. miquelcrush (2053) - Granollers, SPAIN - AUG 11, 2014
Per tractar-se díuna cervesa sense gluten estŗ molt bť, li donen intensitat als llupols.
Por tratarse de una cerveza sin gluten esta muy bien, le dan intensidad a los lķpulos. hman43 (1540) - Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA - AUG 1, 2014
This was purchased in a bottle at Olive Garden. It pours gold with a healthy head. It does have a fair amount of lacing as the head recedes. It has a very healthy crisp, hops aroma. It has a caramel bite to the taste with the typical hops taste. It has a fairly crisp finish. Terp1977 (63) - Frederick, Maryland, USA - JUL 27, 2014
First gluten free beer. Very tasty and easy to drink. Will have it again.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Bov (12636) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - JUL 24, 2014
courtesy of Antonio Rey - hazy amber-orange beer with ano foam left; light grainy with a dominance of red fruit marmalade; a good malt backbone; chewy and quite sweet; long fruity and light soapy finish
dlihcsnatas (740) - Temple, Texas, USA - JUL 1, 2014
Amber brew with small head that fades to a lace that hangs around. Smells of herbs and floral hops. Taste is fairly balanced with an odd musty taste that doesnít sit well. This is the second go at an Omission brew, first one was a complete disaster, this one better but still far from good. Bottle says "hand crafted", hope they washed those hands before messing around with the brew. MMM.... could be where that funky taste is coming from. TXBadger (2811) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JUN 27, 2014
Pours a nice deep golden color with white head. Floral notes on the nose with a little malt; follows onto the palate. For gluten-free, itís pretty flavorful. NFL4NOW (3) - - JUN 26, 2014 does not count
Omission did it right! THANK YOU is all I can say. 5.8% ABV. This promises a REAL pale ale taste! For those Celatic folks and former IPA or pale ale drinkers that are struggling to go gluten-free, donít waste your money on the expensive other options. BIG THUMBS UP! Thisis12ptfont (1176) - Los Angeles, CA, California, USA - JUN 17, 2014
Almost non existent aroma. Caramel and toast on the nose. Deep amber color. Taste is rather fruity with some strong honey and caramel overtones. Overall, pretty sweet beer. Not very hoppy. Decent. Frank (4172) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 12, 2014
Holy crap! A gluten free beer that does not taste like absolute ass. Only in America. This has a nice orange color, is very clear and has a small white head. It tastes like a halfway decent IPA and that is astronimically better than any beer I have that has been marked as gluten free. The nose is mildly floral but the hops open up a bit once the beer is tasted, revealing a bit of mango and pine. There is a bit of simple malt sweetness but not enough for the texture to feel heavy and carbonation is somewhat vigourus. It finishes w/ mild bitterness, a touch of sweetness and some grapeskin astringency. This isnít exactly killing the best hoppy pales the world has to offer but is very definitely the best gluten-free beer Iíve had thus far.