sebletitje (10080) - Enghien, BELGIUM - MAY 18, 2013
Draft @ Hoppy Loft, Brussels.
Cuivrée-acajou, col fin crémeux, beige.
Arôme de levure, malt et grains restant très rustique, le tout supplémenté par le seigle. Houblons restent nobles avec des notes citronnées.
Palais est frais, grains, seigle rajoutant une pointe d’épice et certaine rondeur en fin de bouche qui est agrémenté par cette levure allemande de Weizen. Fruité noir léger rappelant le cassis. Malt cara avec une pointe de fumé. Légère et complexe. GT (10000) - San Diego, California, USA - OCT 17, 2013
Tap at Rogue. Clear, deep red pour. Wispy, white lacing. Nose is funky smoked tea, similar to Kambucha or suchong tea. Smoked, brown sugar taste with kambucha sweet tea. Strange beer. Cloying sweetness as you drink through the small pour, but soft body is a nice change from the abrasive bitterness in most of Rogue’s offerings. 77ships (9834) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - MAY 15, 2013
Thx! To Antoine. Sampler draft @ Delirium Hoppy Loft. Apparently all ingredients were grown @ there own farms. Pours dark brown with an off-white beige head. Nose is sweet metallic, herbs, black bread, bitter herbs, rather off-putting honestly. Taste is sweet black bread, rye, herbal, metallic, black liquorish, caramel, dried fruits, grains, spices, light smoke,… Sticky body,… No, this is not particularly enjoyable. Good for them to have farms and everything. onceblind (9707) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 29, 2013
Clear copper with an aroma that’s like rye dough and chef boyardee. Tastes about the same, chef boyardee noodles and some bread dough. DrSilverworm (9671) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - FEB 3, 2013
22oz bottle, shared with friends. Mostly clear darker red / brown color. One-finger off-white head. God thick lace. Medium body, smooth carbonation. Dry finish. Interesting rye beer - different than most I’ve tried, mostly in that it’s not nearly as hoppy. Much more prominent rye malt. No balance, but it’s a rye-featuring beer. Toasty, spicy, bready malt. Maybe a tiny bit of earthy hop. Rye malt is very big, lingers long in the aftertaste, but I don’t mind it, I think it’s pretty interesting. Very much like rye bread, which I dig. Bitter taste, very dry. I was told by someone before I bought this that it was terrible, a drain-pour, she even said. I can see why, it’s a rye-bomb. But that’s interesting to me.. Unique thing, here
3fourths (9347) - Boulder, Colorado, USA - JAN 16, 2013
bottle. clear dark amber body with an average-sized tan head. typical bread, crust, seed, hay, dirt / soil character from the rye, with a typically sludgy and thick body that seems to slow the carbonation release and drag the liquid across the tongue. toasty, lightly nutty, a bit of wet wood / mushroom dankness as well. sweet apple caramel malt is, again, very typical, and very forgettable as well. bb (9311) - Alamo, California, USA - JAN 19, 2015
Bottle. Brown beer with a tan head. Grapefruit and light pine aroma. Grapefruit and earthy flavor with spice and light lemon. Medium bodied. Grapefruit and earth linger with spice and grain. daniele (9066) - ITALY - JUL 3, 2014
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This rogue sampler is proving pretty boring. Smells of have malt and a little rye. Carbonation a little low. Finish a little sour and musky. Nothing going on here. Tap at coles. drowland (8766) - Georgia, USA - FEB 10, 2013
2/10/13. 22oz bottle from Grassroots Natural Market. Lightly hazed brown pour, deep reds under the light, with a 3-finger, thick khaki head that cuts in half but laces significantly. Very bready aroma, quite malty, with a wisp of smoke, caramel, rye, and something that reminds me of a smooth lager. Malty entry with a touch of acidity, sweetness, rye, caramel, and again something that almost reminds me of a dark Mexican or Vienna lager. Not bad.