Dedollewaitor (16755) - Odense, DENMARK - SEP 5, 2007
Can. Slight hazy amber/orange with a fantastic thick white head & good lacings. The aroma is of bitter hops & sweet malts.
The mouhfeel is filling. Good hoppiness that lastes throughout. Fruity/flowery & piney with a light malty balance. Soft carbonation. Lasting end. Very nice can of beer! brokensail (16695) - Dublin, California, USA - FEB 16, 2010
A: Poured from the can into my Russian River pint glass. The beer is clear and amber in color with a thin white foam that leaves some lacing on the glass.
S: The smell is a nice combination of citrus hops (with a mild piney quality) and quite a bit of sweet, bready malt. There is also a mild honey smell.
T: The taste is fairly comparable to the nose. The hops are certainly present, but not overwhelming. The citrus flavors are dominant in the beginning, followed by a sweet malt flavor, and a bitter finish.
M: The beer is fairly well carbonated and the body is medium, but on the fuller side for a pale ale.
D: A good example of a Pale Ale. Not overly hoppy nor malty, but a good balance of the two. djd07 (16675) - Houston, Texas, USA - MAY 30, 2008
Can. Pours a clear copper color with a medium frothy off white head. The aroma is very hoppy and pine. Decent lacing on the glass. The taste is a also a strong hop and light malt finish. Just like the description big brew in a little can. A great American Pale Ale from Oskar Blues. Borup (16544) - Albertslund, DENMARK - MAR 30, 2018
Canned. A clear amber coloured beer eith a nice white head. Aroma and flavour of malt, fruit, hops, citrus and with a bitter finish.
bhensonb (16390) - Woodland, California, USA - MAR 19, 2008
Can from Wine Cellar. Resiny aromas. Clear amber color with a very impressive tan/beige head. Full bodied with very creamy carbonation. Flavor is more citrus grapefruit over evergreen, with a backdrop of roasted caramel. Still, this is all about the hop. It’s not balanced. It’s an IPA in disguise. Maybe an IIPA in disguise, based on the bitterness. Evergreen seems to return in the finish. Everyone should have one of these once in awhile just to get back to roots. Whoo. It’s not in the same class as the best, complex ales, but it is a winner in the APA class.
MiP (16143) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - NOV 4, 2007
Can. Good caramelly hop aroma. Clear dark golden colour, small white head. OK bitterness, slightly rough, and some caramelly hops like in the aroma. Well-balanced. Stuu666 (16080) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 21, 2014
Can at home. Pours amber, taste is lots of sweet toffee and bitter hops, pine. Ratman197 (16046) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - OCT 19, 2008
On tap @ Falling Rock poured a hazy orange with a lingering ring of ivory foam. Aromas of carmel, earthiness and pine. Palate was light to medium bodied and smooth with a dry finish. Flavors of carmel, earthiness and light pine with a smooth dry lightly bitter finish.imdownthepub (15938) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - OCT 19, 2009
Earlier Rating: 12/12/2006 Total Score: 3.1
Can poured a clear copper with a small disapating amber head. Aromas of grapefruit, carmel and pine. Palate was medium bodied and dry. Flavors of carmel, pine, grapefruit rind and a hint of earthiness with a lingering bitter finish.
Tinned, Pasteurised, 355ml courtesy of Casey (Doppelganger). Gold to amber with white head. Simply surprising, a beer in a can that tastes this fresh, it cannot be, not when you have been brought up with the dross that is UK tinned beer. This is bright, freshly hoppy, grassy, orange citric and very pleasant. Dry and refreshing. Many thanks Casey for this and for showing me how a tinned beer could be. gunnfryd (15829) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - MAY 5, 2008
Can. Golden/orange colour with an off-white head. Aroma is citrus, hop, flowers. Flavour is citrus, hop, flowers, malt. Bitter finish. Nicy hoppy beer.