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RATINGS: 93   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.83/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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A refreshing light colored cloudy beer that showcases a brilliant malt presence touched off with a balanced subtle hop finish.

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3.2
wlajwl (6747) - Quad Cities, Iowa, USA - MAR 11, 2015
Aroma is malts/wheat, spices and bread. The flavor is coriander/spices, malts, citrus, fruit and a mildly tart finish.

2.7
Ratman197 (14686) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - FEB 16, 2015
Bottle poured a clear yellow with a small lasting white head. Aromas of wheat, citrus and light butterscotch. Palate was light bodied and crisp with a dry finish. Flavors of wheat, citrus and light butterscotch with a crisp dry finish.

3.3
Mittenator (1612) - Michigan, USA - JAN 11, 2015
Bottle. Hazy apricot with a white head. Sweet citrus and fermented malt. Light.

3.5
akoeninger (748) - Wisconsin, USA - OCT 31, 2014
Golden and cloudy. Aroma of peach like spicy fruit and floral hops. The aroma isn't strong. Taste is crisp and clean with some floral hops and pale malt. A good slight yeasty fruitiness. A more varied profile than expected for a lawnmower beer. Good ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3
Ernesto987 (6050) - Arizona, USA - OCT 16, 2014
bottle, very bland, nothing at all, moderate drinkability which is low considering theres nothing to hold it back. Needs balance, too sweet.

3.3
kaser (6220) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 3, 2014
12 oz bottle poured at home. Peach tropical furry lager. No hops or bitterness. Dull vanilla and orange notes Boring but not bad

3
markducommun (1096) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - AUG 16, 2014
Clear goldenrod, minimal white head. Some barnyardy, earthy malt-notes dominate the nose, with some lighter, subtle floral notes. Subtlely bitter on the initial taste, but opens up into the malty sweetness that the nose hints at. Lighter, chewy mouthfeel, quite effervescent, pretty clean. Fine.

2.7
notalush (5866) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 25, 2014
Random single picked up at Woodmans for a buck something - pours a slightly hazy gold - nose smells fairly Belgian in character (so much so that I think that it is supposed to be a Belgian ale, not a golden ale) - esters of banana and pear, light white frosting sweetness, light grainy malt, light citric acid - the approach is very tart and acidic, so much so that I wonder whether this is infected or supposed to be like this - notes of melon and lemon rind - light grain - mild esters - finish of pear and prickly acid, even a light bit of funkiness - again, hard to tell if infected or intentionally tart - in situations like this, I assume infection - either way, some interesting aspects in the nose, but overall hard to enjoy.

3.2
Frank (4172) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 7, 2014
As of April 2014, RateBeer has this in the database as a blond ale. This does not strike me as correct but I really have no idea what it is. I might say its something of a saison or a witbier, maybe. It pours cloudy orange w/ a scant white head of fine bubbles. Nose is slightly fruity w/ a bit of banana and clove along w/ a little bit of mildly pleasant nuttiness from oxidized malts. This is medium bodied and a bit tart w/ prickly carbonation. This is an interesting beer. At first it almost seemed accidentally soured but its grown on me over the course of the glass.

3
MaltOne (366) - Wisconsin, USA - APR 2, 2014
Pours hazy gold, brief white head. More aromatic then average - slightly musty, fruity. Mostly malt, virtually no hops, with a bright edge, hint of lemon, and effervescence. Has "farmhouse ale" characteristics. Served ice cold with lemon wedge, it would be OK.


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