Rune (12813) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JUN 9, 2013
Bottle at ØK 13, kindly shared by HenrikSoegaard. Clear amber-gold coloured body. Faint white head. Floral hoppy aroma. Grass hoppy taste, hints of citrus and grain. Subdued, mid-dry, bitter finish. Fine with the festival food (Copenhagen 25.05.2013). MichaelAwesome (6519) - Wanne-Eickel, GERMANY - JUN 9, 2013
An absolutely fine, well balanced IPA with a citrus beginning and maybe unusual non-bitter end. Fesh, thirst-killing and light in the taste. Very good starter for a beer evening. Classy. McTapps (6889) - Reutlingen, GERMANY - JUN 9, 2013
Considering that I live in a IPA, APA etc.-desert, I’m looking forward to just any beers in that style and don’t really care about if its gluten free or not. This one has got a clear deep amber colour with low head and medium body. Nose of aromatic hops. Taste fresh, young, aromatic hops, fresh coriander greens, pink and white pepper, thyme, amber and spicy barley. Very easy and nice to drink, enjoyed it a lot. queenholly (3623) - South Whitley, Indiana, USA - JUN 5, 2013
Bottle. Lightcaramel malt and grassy hops aroma. Hazy orange with a small yellowed ivory head. Slightly sweet bready caramel malt and herbal hops flavor. Light body, soft carbonation. I think this has to be the most well done gluten free beer I’ve tried so far. michaelinwa (656) - Bothell, Washington, USA - JUN 3, 2013
UPDATED: AUG 13, 2014 You just know something is not right in the world when you find yourself rating a gluten free beer. But such is life at the moment. My previous view of GF beer has moved from, "Why bother?", to "Thank God for making this available". This looks to be one of the "better" GF beers, so here we go. Golden pour, decent white head that holds on barely long enough, and an aroma that consists of mild hop and...what...is...that...some grainy aroma that reminds me of malt. It’s not bad, just different. Taste is relatively dry, slightly astringent, very grainy. This is not sweet. Finish is moderately bitter and again, grainy. Ok, in the world of beer v.s. no beer, this is actually decent. In the world of "I can drink whatever I want", not so much. That said, I’ve had plenty of pale ales, among other brews, that are substantially less interesting than this. This, at least, has character and flavor, hop taste, a finish that lingers, and a little complexity. Oddly, I dislike most of this brewers other beers, and probably have rated several at about the level or lower. Overall, my new perspective stands, "Thank God this is available". This will keep me from cheating until real beer is back up for grabs.
djroehler (290) - Minnesota, USA - JUN 2, 2013
Bottle. Pour is hazy orange with foamy white head. Aroma is toasty malt, floral hops, slight citrus. Taste is crisp citrus, biscuit malt, flowery hops, slight yeast, dries on the finish. AirForceHops (7243) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - JUN 2, 2013
12 oz. bottle from Trader Joe’s, Portsmouth, NH. I believe this is my 4th Gluten free beer and it’s by far the best I’ve sampled. Aroma of toasted cereal and nice floral and grassy hops. The flavor is identical to the aroma with a crisp bitterness to let you know it’s not completely dull. The floral hops linger slightly after the sip. Nice creamy texture on the palate. People with a gluten allergy finally have a decent beer to drink. MiP (15667) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - JUN 2, 2013
Bottle. Weak hop aroma. Cloudy amber colour. Small white head. The flavour is mildly malty with a little floral aroma hop. Late rough bitterness. onceblind (9700) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 1, 2013
@ South Denver Beer Fest 2013. Clear copper with a fizzy white head. Nose is kinda spicy with a strong presene of floral hops and a bit of resin. Flavor is too light, but has a nice crisp floral hop resin taste alongside a pale grain sweetness. joergen (28177) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 31, 2013
Bottle at Ølfestival 2013.
Hazy orange coloured with a small white head.
Sweet and fruity aroma of caramel and hops.
Sweet and fruity flavour of hops, grass and pine needles.
Dry hoppy finish.