McTapps (6976) - 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. AshtonMcCobb (6953) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 21, 2016
Bottle from Appellation Wines Comely Bank. RobertDale (6911) - Lansing, Kansas, USA - OCT 20, 2012
Appearance - bright amber with a thin head.
Nose - toffee and light floral notes.
Taste - light biscuit and tangy lime edge.
Palate - light to medium bodied with a creamy yet tangy texture and a long dry tangy finish.
Overall - initially I thought this was more like a bitter but it grew on me!
12 ounce bottle. Pours a slightly hazy amber with a decent white head. Aroma of citrus and malt. Taste is citrus, pine, malt, caramel, and grain. Interesting for sure, but very drinkable. kramer (6908) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 15, 2015
Bottle. Pours a slightly hazy amber body with a one finger frothy beige head that left some clingy lace. The aroma is soggy grain and sweet caramel with very minimal hops. The flavor is much the same, this isn’t fooling anyone that there’s malt in here. It’s very soggy and wet with too much residual sweetness, and very lacking in hops. Light to medium bodied and clingy with fizzy carbonation. If I were on the anti-gluten wagon, I would just skip beer instead of drinking this. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - AUG 23, 2012
Bottle:   Copper hued amber, fairly clear, moderate sudsy white head, spotty lacing.   Soft sweat bready nose.   Smells like an amber.   Soft bready sweetness up front, malty, a little honeycomb, little hop.   Not as bad as I was thinking, but certianly not hoppy.   Tastes like an amber, and more like an Amber Lager, Great Northern comes to mind.   Body and mouthfeel are moderate.   Soft bready finish.   Not bad at all, but not hoppy.   Think, Amber Lager.
Braudog (6852) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - DEC 16, 2012
Bottle. Pours like the typical American Pale Ale, moderately amber-colored, a bit hazy. I don’t discern much aroma at all. This drinks with a very even keeled character, neither offensive nor noteworthy. Considering this is gluten-free, it comes across quite nice. (#4860, 12/16/2012) Patrickctenchi (6750) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - DEC 5, 2012
Pours hazy amber with a small tan head... obguthr (6736) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - FEB 14, 2016
Scent is very faint..a little bread..
Taste is grainy, almost an NA body....and flavour.
But...somehow it works...Caramel, grains....some hop bitter...
Easy drinking and soft....
Pretty good, really.
Slightly skunked aroma of dandelion and lesser honey. Slightly hazy amber, medium head, little retention. Evenly balanced honey and lilly, good intensity. Medium body, easy carbonation. I have to say this a wonderful beer for what it is. It’s flavorful, well balanced, and delicious. I would buy this again, even though I have no dietary restrictions against gluten. berkshirejohn (6689) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - AUG 22, 2016
375ml bottle from Marks & Spencer, Camberley. A pale amber pour with a billowing, but fast fading, white head; crisp grainy aroma with a touch of tropical fruit; sweet cereal grain taste; with a pleasantly spicy bitterness; leaving a warming finish. Beerman6686 (6611) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 25, 2015
Poured a light orange with a white head. Aroma was of grassy hops, caramel, and metal. Flavor similar, not the worst gluten free beer I’ve had, but not good.