gunnfryd (14825) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - MAR 29, 2014
Bottle. Golden-orange colour with an off-white head. Aroma is corn, malt, fruit, sourness. Flavour is corn, malt, fruit, pine, hop, orange. Medium body. Boring beer. Davhgbrew (948) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAR 27, 2014
Aroma of caramel and grain. Transparent amber color. Poured with almost no head. Lively carbonated mouthfeel. Caramel malt slightly more powerful than the dry hoppy bitterness. The bitterness leaves your mouth slightly puckering and seems dry in the finish. Hop flavor Is citrusy and grapefruity. Body is medium low and last pretty much throughout. Very crisp and refreshing moderately bitter amber pale ale which I would not suspect is gluten free. I will recommend to all gluten free drinkers. deekyn (1459) - San Francisco, California, USA - MAR 24, 2014
A - from bottle. Light an clear with little sticky head. S - malty. Caramel an vegetal malts. Not much else. M - light sticky body. Dry end. Average carb. T - malty sweet. Carmel and vegetal. Light citrus hops. O - didn't realize it was gluten free. Reasonable joebudzjoe (676) - Connecticut, USA - MAR 24, 2014
Bottle. A little on the watery side, this pale ale does not taste like other gluten free beers that Iíve tried, as it tastes pretty darn similar to regular glutenous beers. The hops are grassy and thereís a nice caramel malt feel to provide a balance. Where there are other tastier, but pricier gluten-free beers, the Omission Pale Ale is dollar-for-dollar the best gluten free beer Iíve tried. Iím curious about the IPA and will try it next. Aggie80 (818) - Michigan, USA - MAR 23, 2014
Orange pour with some white head and minimal lacing. Solid hop flavor with typical bitterness in the after taste. Gluten free, but no real indication of anything being missing in the flavor.
RedSox2004 (1869) - Pacific Palisades, California, USA - MAR 21, 2014
Clear orange yellow with a one-finger off-white head and moderate lace. Aromas of mild grapefruit, light grass, and biscuit. Flavors are much the same, with grassy hops gently offset by the biscuity malt. Light to medium body, moderate carbonation, creamy mouthfeel and a somewhat dry finish. jerryforgfbeer (2) - - MAR 19, 2014 does not count
This is one of the best gluten-free I have had. I see there is some debate regarding itís gluten-free labeling. It is really a good beer regardless. I get stomach aches and headaches from the majority of Gluten-FULL beers. No problems for me with omission (of course without over indulging) Rperez (262) - Florida, USA - MAR 18, 2014
Very decent considering that is gluten free, it has a great color with some hop and a weird finish but good overall
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Bottle. Dark gold. White head. Floral and pine, but slight. Pale ale elements but with weird late taste. This gluten free tour is not easy. ..or enjoyable. Lightrider (344) - Bristol, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 19, 2014
Bottle into an ale glass. Pour is an orange amber. Aroma is hop. Taste is a bitter malt and grasses mix. Finish is bitter. Not a bad ale for gluten free.