BOLTZ7555 (3027) - Phoenix, Arizona, USA - JUN 1, 2010
Really enjoyed this one. Pours a 14 karat orange with a razor sharp white edge that circles the glass and leaves little lacing. Aroma is of honey, caramel, and citrus. Flavor shows a bit of peppery spice along with biscuit, malt, and toffee. Medium mouthfeel and the ABV is hidden beautifully. Tasty. fonefan (48740) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 1, 2010
boFNjackson (4201) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAY 31, 2010
Bottle 22fl.oz. @ chrisos Back In The UK Tasting.
Clear medium orange color with a small to average, frothy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, fruity, keller notes, oxidide notes, moderate hoppy, orange. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and moderate bitter with a average to long duration, berry, malty, soft. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Bottle shared at a recent BA/RB tasting... Poured rusty/amber with a white head. Oaky, vanilla flavors created a very smooth beer. Sweet malts, caramel, and a decent hops character. tiggmtl (4545) - East York, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 26, 2010
The nose is initially quite sweet with bubblegum, boiled sweets, caramel ,butterscotch, banana, ginger and alcohol all present in varying degrees. Clear deep golden/light copper coloured body is topped by two fingers of off white, fine bubbled head that recedes slowly to a partial cover with some lacing. Intensely sweet at first with plenty of round caramel, toffee and butterscotch notes to round it out followed by nutty almond flavour as the dark malts begin to appear and offer a roasted bitterness in the aftertaste. Alcohol is barely notable in the finish but for some mild warming. Medium body is somewhat slick in texture but offset by pleasant effervescence that keeps it lively despite its weight. Definitely a sipper and a nice beer for a damp and rainy late spring evening. Tulip glass. Cellar temperature. Bottle purchased at Brewery Creek in May 2010. JHunter (676) - British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 26, 2010
pours a nice golden yellowish colour with a thin head which dissipates quickly aroma of alc. barnyard and the taste like a mild barley wine great flavour smooth on the palate super easy to drink for 10 percent
redlight (2318) - Orlando, Florida, USA - MAY 24, 2010
shared by Beerlando. Big nose, malty with bread notes and hoppy with pine and grass notes. Pours amber with a dense white head. Rich and creamy with caramel malt notes with hints of molasses with an earthy bitterness and resin flavor. Very nice beer and enjoyed reading the history on the bottle, great job! cgarvieuk (24230) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 22, 2010
bottle at Chris-O ... amber ... thin lacing ... sweet fruity pine orange hop nose ... sweet orange peel ... light tofeee ... bittter linger Ibrew2or3 (8607) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - MAY 18, 2010
Courtesy of bvc. Pours clear copper with thin white head. The aroma is fruity esters, phenol chemicals and then nose searing heat. The taste is very sweet to start with malts and some dark fruity esters. It then gets a punctuated from time to time by a chemical booziness. A mild ale, really? nickd717 (4645) - San Francisco, California, USA - MAY 18, 2010
Bomber via in-person trade on DLD from BelgianPrincess on BA. A 10.5% ABV Mild Ale? I didn’t think that was possible, but I’ll go with it.
Pours a slightly cloudy reddish-amber with a nice lasting off-white head and good lacing.
Aroma is fairly muted but good. Sweet caramel malt, toast, and light fruits.
Flavor is very good and just a little sweet. Caramel malt, toffee, brown sugar, and even a little smoke.
Smooth on the palate with medium-full body.
Solid beer overall. Drinkable as hell for the ABV. mgermani (1002) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 17, 2010
Pours a rich copper with little to no head and a sweet alcoholic nose, verging on medicinal. Intense flavour is well-balanced but a lot to take in at once - plenty of sweet malt with caramel and light honey, balanced against spicy hops. Clove, saffron, young ginger, wow. Thin body with light carb. Not at all quaffable but a gradual sipper of a beer. Interesting.