woodychevy (874) - - SEP 2, 2013
If someone had handed me this beer and said: "try this pale ale" I would have thought to myself "hey, this is a pretty drinkable pale ale". Not amazing but decently balanced, some hoppiness, good carbonation, decent mouthfeel, PROPER BEER TASTE. Overall, a decent pale ale- easy to drink, balanced- often a style that I am don’t feel strongly about one way or the other. Now, if you tell me that this beer is gluten free- I am seriously impressed. so much better than any other gluten free beer I have ever tasted- like comparing apples and oranges. have already gone out and bought another 6 pack. can only hope Omission beer co. will keep producing more styles- this may become my everyday go-to beer as a sad beer lover who loves beer more than it loves her. Jamedra (754) - Hostivice, CZECH REPUBLIC - FEB 12, 2014
Láhev 355 ml. Aroma je velmi příjemné, svěže ovocné, připomíná jahody a maliny s lehkými kávovými podtóny. Pěna je bílá, jemná, středně vysoká a poměrně držící. Barva samotného piva je krásna´opálová. Chuť má příjemný karamelový střed s lehkým sladovým nádechem, celková chuť je spíše lehká, řidší s jemně hořkým a držícím finišem. Bezlepkové pivo se občas stává obětí předsudků, obzvláště v naší zemi. Nicméně, zrovna toto pivo je důkazem že lepek není všechno a i bezlepkové pivo může být kvalitní a přinášet požitek z pití. JaKeAFC (1127) - ITALY - MAY 1, 2016
Dark gold to light amber color, hazed, short thick creamy white head. Smell of american hops. Aroma of sugary malts, cereals, yeast, doug with a pronounce hoppiness. Mild bitterness in the finish, sugary otherwise, tasty. Medium body, soft carbonation, creamy texture, smooth finish lightly alcoholic. Solid APA. nick76 (4399) - Tampa, Florida, USA - JUL 26, 2012
The aroma is hoppy with pine and citrus and well balanced by sweet grains. The appearance is light copper with a foamy head. The taste is hoppy and malty. The palate is smooth. Overall hands down the best gluten free beer I have had. I could drink this every day. keepersj12 (3117) - Sicklerville, New Jersey, USA - NOV 6, 2012
I would never have guessed it was gluten free. By far, the best one I’ve tried. It has a more red ale quality with a nice malt, caramel base, and a very well balanced hop presence.
Sledutah (7524) - Utah, USA - NOV 8, 2012
12oz bottle from the state store emacgee (4675) - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - JAN 3, 2013
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.
Pours a vibrant clean golden amber with one to two fingers of foamy off white head. Nose is nice, citrus rind with some pine resin and fresh cut grass with a touch of bread. Dry and light bodied with a peppery finish and citrus rind bitterness. Light caramel sweetness. boozedude (2228) - Des Moines, Iowa, USA - JAN 22, 2013
Hazy orange pour, hardely any white head.. Aroma of hopps and grapefruit, taste is pretty gpood, some caramel, very easy drinking.. cards04 (2793) - Steinbach, Manitoba, CANADA - APR 3, 2013
If only all gluten free beer was this tasty. Pours a hazy orange with white head. Nice juicy citrus and peach aromas. Caramel flavours, with a nice hoppy finish and full mouthfeel. Nice. PhillyBeer2112 (2850) - Oviedo, Florida, USA - MAY 7, 2013
Well thats weird, I didn’t notice anything on the label advertising this as gluten free, though it makes sense given the name. Well I would have never guessed because my main impression of this beer was that it was a pretty standard PNW pale ale. Light hop nose was a touch spicy, hints of citrus. Flavor was balanced, a little floral and medium bready malts, balanced finish. Light, unobtrusive, clean. Pretty fair overall pale ale with good balance and no obvious flaws. (if I was a homebrew judge I’d give it near perfect marks, but this is ratebeer after all)