Block (2688) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - MAY 14, 2013ccex (1286) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 15, 2017
I liked this beer. It had a smooth body with a nice flavor. Sweet malts and enough hops to really balance it out.
12 oz. bottle pours a slightly hazy golden/amber with moderate off-white head and slight lacing. Aroma is not strong, but has bready malts, floral hops, and something like cardboard. Taste is bitter but not bitter enough to make me notice. Body is light to medium with a creamy mouthfeel and not much carbonation. I have no reason to try this one again. NosirIwont (2516) - Frederikssund, DENMARK - JUN 13, 2017
Bottle. 5.8%. Best before 04.10.17. Pours a slightly hazy golden/amber, with an off-white/yellowish head. Good lacing. Sweetish, floral, citrusy and spicy hop aroma with a light malt note in the background and a hint of a cardboard overtone. Orange peel? as it warms. Flavour is fruity hops on a malty background. Hint of cardboard. Light metallic note as it warms. Mild to medium bitter finish, lingering, along with a grassy hop note followed by an apple note. Light milky note as it warms. Overall okay; while it does have some hints of it, it’s nowhere near as ’cardboardy’ as other gluten free beers I’ve tried. 13.06.17. DarkUsual (12) - DENMARK - MAY 23, 2017
Not much head, but nice coppery colour.
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355mL bottle from Bucket Boys. BB 11.11.17
Pale copper body, small white head.
Malty sort of nose - toffee, biscuit, subtle floral hop.
Stodgy body, carbonation somewhat low.
Once again, malt sort of drives the body - toasted bread crust, browned caramel, touch of diacetyl, hops take a backseat despite the premise of hops - cooked citrus I guess - feels a bit oxidised overall, odd bitterness.
Probably one of the better gluten free/reduced beers I’ve come across - not nearly hoppy enough though.
PABen (23) - Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - APR 30, 2017
330ml bottle at 5.8% Las Vegas airport. Enjoyable for a gluten free beer. Little head, pours clear. boomerbrew (147) - Texas, USA - APR 26, 2017
This is gluten free so I expect it to be a little off from what we are all used too. Unlike its brother, the lager, it is surprisingly similar to the normal class of beers with gluten. Heavy on the bittering hops but you get used to it pretty quickly. This is now my normal nightly beer as I watch my surger intake. I still have craft brew nights occasionally. Just don’t get the lager! ManVsBeer (10266) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - APR 23, 2017
Bottle from Marks & Spencer, Halifax. Amber with a small head. Has a nice pale ale texture with a light fruitiness. stouby (4653) - Holbæk, DENMARK - APR 21, 2017
Bottle at home. Hazy dark yellow with a creamy off white head. Aroma medium malty (caramel) and hoppy (grassy, citrusy). Flavor light+ sweet, medium hoppy (herbal, spicy). Medium body. KeefOz (1822) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - APR 17, 2017
BB 11 11 17. Poured a hazy amber with a one-finger beige foamy head that retained very well and laced OK. Carbonation moderate to high, lively and fine to medium. Aroma lightly of sweet caramel malt; no obvious hops. Taste of slight honey-like sweetness, a hint of caramel and slight hops spiciness; moderate to strong tartness that diminishes as it warms. Light body with a thin mouthfeel. Smooth and slightly dry with a tart lingering finish.