scoobysnak (333) - Appleton, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 1, 2007
Not bad at all. This is the third beer I have tried that was brewed with sorghum... It is interesting and is worth trying just to say you did it. xav33 (313) - Midland, MI, Michigan, USA - MAY 30, 2007
12 oz bottle
Moderate pour in a mug
Recent brewing, crossed 05/07.
Poured a clear reddish amber with an average fizzy mostly diminishing slightly off-white head.
Smelt of real beer! Some definite grassy hops with some odd grain smell. Toasted grain, but different, more green like...
Taste was upfront moderate bitter toasted grain and hops with light sweet caramel followed by a moderate bitter soya vegetable and sweet grain and biter grassy hops on a short finish.
Palate was light bodied, fizzy, watery and moderately astringent.
Overall, this is great! I’m not sure what kind of flavors can be obtained from sorghum, but the fact that it exists open a whole new world. Nothing bold, rich or complex. Just new. It’s like drinking a beer for the first time. Just different... hogan873 (451) - Joliet, Illinois, USA - MAY 28, 2007
Not bad. I once home-brewed a beer that was similar to this. Aroma and taste are slightly sweet, hints of syrup. Gets a little sticky towards the end. A decent effort by AB. kwoeltje (2234) - Manchester, Missouri, USA - MAY 24, 2007
(bottle) reddish amber with quickly fading head. Slightly sweet aroma. Flavor is slightly sweet, hints of fruit. Not something I’d normally drink, but really not that bad - for people with celiac disease this provides a nice addition to their menu options. Hats off to A-B for brewing it - I hope they keep it up. jcwattsrugger (12524) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - MAY 21, 2007
12oz bottle-pours a white head and gold color with effervescence. Aroma is sweet light fruit-apple. Taste is sweet light fruit-apple cider, secondary flat light hops bite, dry. Good effervescence. 2.3
Lubiere (14151) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 15, 2007
An amber ale with a thin white head. Aroma of nail polish remover and caramel. In mouth, a light caramel malt with light mineral notes. Light bodied non descript ale. Bottle 11th Annual CNY Brewfest, Feb.5 2007. dwyerpg (6410) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - MAY 13, 2007
Not much aroma. Taste is funky fruit and sourness. Not something I would recommend to anyone other than those that have to drink this stuff. JFURYCAT (1078) - East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 12, 2007
Bottle at Scranton Wilkes Barre Yankees PNC Field. Negative reviews don’t phase me as this seems well crafted with the sorghum giving it more of a clean earthly feel and it seems to have a mild brownish sweetness which doesn’t offend or enlighten. It isn’t something I’d go back to but its better than then other gluten-free beers I’ve sampled as far as sweetness is concerned. This is an easy drinker. Crafty07 (404) - Florence, Kentucky, USA - MAY 12, 2007
The reviews on this site always crack me up. How many horible reviews would we see if anheuser hadn’t adverstied that this lager was made with sorghum instead of barley? This was’nt as bad as the lousy macros that A-B puts out. I’m impressed they made a decent beer outta the stuff Stellaaaa (270) - Tennessee, USA - MAY 12, 2007
It has a light sugary aroma and a golden colour. There was more or less no head. As for taste, it tastes like sugary syrup water. Overall, I’d say this beer is no better than plain Bud Lite, but it’s a lot more expensive. Save your money if you can, because this isn’t worth the price unless you have coeliac disease and just can’t drink anything else.