rumproasts (6052) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - JUN 18, 2013
bottle. No question, this is the best gluten free beer I’ve ever had. Tastes like a normal pale ale, and a good one at that. Nice hoppy bite. notalush (5930) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - JUL 9, 2012
Had no idea this was gluten free when I bought it - bought as a single - nothing on the label states as such - oh well - clear orange, with a rather thick lace and some fine suspended particulate - nose of earthy hops and tropical fruit, a bit of honeyish sweetness - flavor is a bit sweet up front, but it dries out as the hops come to the fore, bringing notes of tropical fruit, peppery character - a bit of a biscuit note and ginger on the tail end - surprisingly good for a gluten free beer. altonbrownd (5897) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - JUL 18, 2013
Bottle at Fuel DC. Bold light orange body with medium head. Taste is lager, caramel and sweet. Hoppy nose. Plenty of hops in the taste, also a nice balance of malts. Well done. BrewDad (5667) - Olympia, Washington, USA - JUN 1, 2012
Golden in color, clear with a thin head. Now for the fun part,. This was a tasty easy drinking pale ale. Nice hops forward flavor. The malt was tasty and at times very hard to tell this was removed. Nice New Beer. nearbeer (5636) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 16, 2013
12 oz. bottled Jul 16th. Slight haze on the orange-amber body and a creamy disc of bubbles on top. Aroma of soapy orange zest, butterscotch and floral hop with a hint of resin. Taste is caramel, zesty orange and tangerine with a slight note of resin on the finish. Light body is soft and oily but finishes dryish. I would prefer less carbonation, but this is the best gluten-free beer of the handful I’ve tried.
Aurelius (5590) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - JUN 22, 2012
Pretty standard APA aroma - lightly sweet, a little grapefruit zest, you all know the drill. Somehow the aroma gave me the impression that I get from fresh fish (though it didn’t smell like fish) - a background vapor that you can’t quite smell but can feel in your nostrils. Good label. Clear, bright and brassy medium orange brew with a small, thin lacing head. Not sweet. The hops don’t produce flavor so much as they simply bitter the brew. Acidic, medium body, long bitter finish. Most of the gluten free beers that I’ve had have just been plain foul. This is OK. I’m not sure, exactly what gluten is, but I think it’s synonymous with "flavor". Let’s stop the senseless discrimination against gluten, and hope for a quick cure to sprue so that grain better used as porridge doesn’t get turned into gluten-free beer. New Leaf Market, over there by the girls with the hairy legs and the dude with the Zac Brown knit beanie. Bamsen78 (5574) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - JAN 4, 2016
Bottle. Pours hazy amber with airy but stable off-white head. Clear aroma of malt and hops, with notes of citrus and yeast. Bitter, hoppy flavour with grasslike touches and sweetish notes of caramel malt, fruit and yeast. Bitter and estery, rather rough, aftertaste. Easy to drink and well-balanced, but rather tame. JohnnyJ (5569) - San Diego, California, USA - FEB 24, 2013
Bottle. Clear yellow/amber, white head. Not much to it. Light caramel, citrus, some bitter hops, and watery. Watery body. 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. johndoughty (5566) - cheslyn hay, West Midlands, ENGLAND - FEB 25, 2017
Bottle. Golden with a clear appearance. Small head and slightly malty flavour. Better than expected compared with my previous experience with this brewery. Bought from Marks and Spencers which the question why did they choseto import from a pretty obscure brewery when there are so many more to chose from in America?