Hanuta06 (477) - Washington, USA - MAR 18, 2013
UPDATED: APR 6, 2013 Serving: from bottle--purchased at Made in Oregon.
Aroma: moderately malty.
Appearance: average-sized, rocky, off-white, initial head with fair lacing and fully diminishing longevity. Cloudy, bubbly, red body.
Taste: moderately sweet initial flavor with chocolate overtones. Lightly bitter, roasty finish with average duration.
Palate: medium-to-full bodied with dry texture and lively carbonation.
Overall: very good. Reid (2611) - Salem, Oregon, USA - JAN 1, 2013
22oz from Fred Meyer in N.Salem.
Pours a dark amber/brown colour with a nice sized thick and creamy light tan head.
Mainlly malty aromas, fudge,caramel slightly milky.
Rich chocolaty ( milk) caramel flavours..with a tinge of resinous hops underneath
Nice mouthfeel,very slick and went down great
Actually i thought this was a nice amber..then i like ambers more on the malty side.
AmEricanbrew (6877) - Same Trailer, Different Park, Louisiana, USA - DEC 17, 2012
Clear dark amber color with huge ivory head. Spicy caramel, pit fruit aromas wIth mild plastic. Medium body with high co2. Spicy toasted caramel flavors with some mild pine hoppage-- plastic burp to finish-not too bad though. reebtogi (6350) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 21, 2012
650ml bomber pours amber in color with a finger of white head that leaves some decent lacing on the glass. Aroma is mild with caramel and dark fruits with a hint of hops. Taste is caramel with dark fruits and a light hoppy bitterness. Overall, a decent amber ale which is recommended for a tasting. Strykzone (7586) - Wood River, Illinois, USA - JUL 5, 2012
Bomber from Hayduke. We enjoyed it together via facebook chat. This Red Ale poured tea brown and was hazy with a decent beige head. A gentle aroma of soft malts and even softer hops. The first sip brings a nice hop bite that seems to hint at a bigger one. However, that quickly softens. The hops remain forward in the start and offer mild bitterness. The finish is akin to an English Bitter with some light fruit. This was not a beer that was going to blow anyone over but it was pleasant and understated.
hayduke (5616) - Eureka, California, USA - JUL 5, 2012
Shared with Strykzone via Facebook Chat. Pours very rich amber with a big beige head. Light lacing. nose of roasted malt some floral hops. Medium body. mouthfeel. The flavor is malty with a light hops and some bitterness The finish is bitter. Good amber. after4ever (8025) - Mukilteo, Washington, USA - JUL 4, 2012
22. Pours a hazy dark brown with dark golden edges. Loose grayish tan head. Mild brown bread nose. Medium body with soft carb. Not much flavor, kind of like a factory made brown sandwich loaf. Probably a cooking beer. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - JUL 3, 2012
Bottle: Deep amber, on the reddish side, large sudsy white head, spotty lacing. Soft grainy nose, a little toasted malt, very minor hop aspect. Moreso grainy on the tongue, moderate malts, very little bitterness. Not thin, but its bordering on moderate to thin. Nothing wrong with this beer, but pretty middle of the road type of Amber Ale. Neither too hoppy or super malty. Mild example that is fairly average. Decent, but nothing to write home about.   Has a slight Vienna character about it at least, which I like. bhensonb (15630) - Woodland, California, USA - JUL 1, 2012
Bomber from Harry & Davids in Medford, OR. Pours very ruddy copper with a creamy/bubbly beige head. Aroma of rather roasted malt with a hint of what I hope is not diacetyl. Flavor says it’s not diacetyl. This is pretty malty, ok it’s an amber, and the hop is bitter and balancing, but I can’t pin it down. Obviously not a dry hop thing going here. It’s an amber; it’s malty. It has some bitter. I think amber lovers will like it.