Cybercat (5828) - Georgia, USA - OCT 28, 2014
This beer, apparently, has been revived, albeit briefly - at least, that’s what the folks at Beer Growler say, and that it’s different from the Hassenpfeffer. Pours a clear, coppery amber with a fairly thick, though effervescent, pale buff head. Strong aroma has firm fruity and malty components plus a hint of caramel. Texture is smooth, fairly firm, not a lot of fizz. I’m glad that Red Hare brought this one back. unclemattie (4358) - Georgia, USA - OCT 16, 2012
Growler @ CGS. Red amber color. White ring. Aroma of Vienna malts, musty malts, vanilla oak, autumn leaves, herbal hops. Tastes of toasted grains, Munich malts. Bold hops, earthy autumn flavors. (3491) ellolovey (483) - Georgia, USA - OCT 15, 2012
Pours a light amber with a white frothy head. Aroma of bread malts and nuts. Very light with average carbonation. Bread malts dominate the taste with wheat and nuts in the background. Pretty much the Commercial Description fits it to a T. Malty_MacHops (688) - Eastanollee, Georgia, USA - OCT 10, 2012
A good beer in its own right, but very different from oktoberfest style beers. The nose is very floral with some notes of bread. Very light brown with an off white froth head. Sweet with big floral presence that I can only compare to honeysuckle nectar. Medium bodied and medium finished, smooth.