daniele (9021) - ITALY - APR 15, 2015
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Good but like all pale ales....it's just too weak. Nice bitterness though.
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Omission Beer is Widmer Brothers gluten free line of brews and this is their 5.8% Pale Ale.
As you can see it is a vibrant orange gold with a soapy looking beige head. The taste is earthy grains that give it a somewhat coffee crisp character mixed in with fruity hops that lend it an almost fruit punch aroma.
Fairly full bodied with w raspy mouthfeel. The taste delivers those coffee wafer grain notes and a decent level of hoppiness but I'd call it an average beer but an above average gluten free one.
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Not much head, but nice coppery colour.
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---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone guzzler67 (1696) - Hanover, Maryland, USA - AUG 9, 2012
Amber appearance with a medium size off white head and light lacing. Subtle vegetal aroma gives way to passive hops Flavor is smooth and sweet, but not especially bitter. Spicy hops and grain fill in the aftertaste. Medium bodied with a lingering finish. A noteworthy gluten free beer if that is your need, but just average if it is not.
dfinney23 (3250) - Houston, Texas, USA - AUG 17, 2012
A decent APA -- excellent for a gluten-free. Aroma is sweet and citrusy. Taste is grapefruit and pine with a lightly bitter finish. TheBeerGod (6209) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - AUG 25, 2012
Bottle. Amber pour with a short, fizzy white head. Aroma is hoppy with citrus and pine notes and a soft caramel notes. Taste is pine, citrus fruit, and hop resins atop light caramel notes and a bread dough-like flavor int he background. Body is medium with a creamy, bubbly carbonation. Ends with more citrus, pine notes, hops resins and soft caramel. Tmoney99 (14368) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - SEP 2, 2012
Bottle. Poured deep amber with a large frothy off-white head that was mostly lasting with great lacing. Moderate smooth floral hop aroma. Medium body with a slick texture and soft carbonation. Moderate balanced bittersweet flavor with a smooth bittersweet finish of average duration. Solid drinkable brew douglas88 (9057) - Portland, Oregon, USA - SEP 9, 2012
12 ounce bottle from the Utah State Store. Pours a clear copper color with a small white head. A sweet lemony nose. The flavor is decent: like the lager, this is a smooth light bitter flavor, certainly some cascade, a bit of honey. Very drinkable, a darn good gluten free. Ernest (7661) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - SEP 28, 2012
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.