RATINGS: 395   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   IBU: 33   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bold and hoppy, Omission Pale Ale is a hop-forward American Pale Ale, brewed to showcases the Cascade hop profile. Amber in color, Omission Pale Ale’s floral aroma is complemented by caramel malt body, making for a delicious gluten-free craft beer.

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2.3
JaBier (8307) - Capital City, Ohio, USA - JUN 11, 2012
Sample as a bonus beer at the Evil Twin tasting at Blacklick Wine & Spirits on 6/7/12. Clear copper pour with a thin off-white head. Malty nose with not much else. Malty flavor with some crisp hops. Pretty bland overall.

2.6
FROTHINGSLOSH (8164) - GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 28, 2013
UPDATED: JAN 17, 2016 Sampled from a 12 oz brown bottle this beer poured a hazy orange-amber color with a small creamy/soapy orange-beige head .The aroma was tangy caramel, nut, fruity hops and citrus. The flavor was bitter and tart pine, grapefruit and a bit of caramel. Medium length bitter and dry pine and grapefruit. Medium body. Meh.

3.2
AndySnow (8162) - Huddinge, SWEDEN - SEP 27, 2016
How: Bottle.

Where: Under kastanjen, Stockholm.

Appearance: Amber colour with an off-white head.

Aroma: Fruit, floral, malt, caramel.

Body: Medium body and carbonation.

Flavour: Malt, fruit, floral.

3.2
jonas (8155) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - APR 28, 2015
Bottle. Golden, low offwhite head. Light fruity yeast notes, a bit flowery hops and light grassy hops, Kölsch-like. Medium light body, light spicy note in the finish. Fresh and pleasant.

3.1
Idiosynkrasie (8041) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - NOV 11, 2013
355ml bottle. Minimally hazy amber colour with small to average, frothy to creamy, half-way lasting, minimally lacing, barely white head. Minimally piney, hoppy aroma, caramel malty basis. Taste is slightly fruity, minimally tart, lemon, red berries, orange, a touch of orange zest, cautiously bitter hoppy.

3
motelpogo (8031) - Plzen, CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 11, 2013
bottle, picked up at kihosk. quite alright for a gluten-free beer - slightly nutty malt character, some pleasant pine and orange zest, light bitterness

3.4
TaktikMTL (7999) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 24, 2013
Bouteille de 12 oz achetée chez Beverage Warehouse (Winooski, VT). Arôme: Odeur d’agrume avec une pointe de caramel. Apparence: La couleur est orange légèrement voilée avec une très faible densité de bulle. Présence d’un mince col mousseux et d’une fine dentelle sur le verre. Saveur: Goût d’orange avec une pointe de pin et de caramel. Durée moyenne de l’arrière goût. Palette: Le corps est moyen avec une texture légèrement onctueuse. Moyenne effervescence en bouche. Légère présence d’agrume en arrière goût. (Rating #5211)

3.3
AirForceHops (7895) - 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.

3.6
Sledutah (7890) - Utah, USA - NOV 8, 2012
12oz bottle from the state store

Appearance: Clear amber with a medium sized frothy off-white head and good lacing

Aroma: Dusty caramel malts, cardboard and citrus

Taste: Malts, dusty caramel, floral with a mild bitterness in the finish

A decent pale ale.

3.2
Ernest (7860) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - SEP 28, 2012
Bottle.

Head is initially average sized, frothy, off-white, mostly diminishing.
Body is medium amber.

Aroma is moderately malty (toasted grain, cereal, caramel, malt syrup), moderately hoppy (grapefruit, apricot, resin), with a light note of dried mango.

Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly acidic, lightly to moderately bitter.
Finish is lightly to moderately sweet, lightly acidic, moderately bitter, slightly husky.

Medium body, watery/syrupy texture, lively carbonation.

How bizarre. From a brewery that can hardly make a good "normal" beer to save their lives comes two of the better GF beers on the market. But wait...are they really GF? Their website says these are made from typical brewing grains but the gluten is removed during the brewing process...but that they can’t verify they’re really GF..."product may contain gluten". All righty then. So that explains why these are so much better than true GF beers made from sorghum and so on. Sneaky fuckers.


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