Christos (5696) - Arnhem, - FEB 2, 2013Maits (433) - ESTONIA - JUN 20, 2017
330 ml long neck bottle, bought at an organics food store. Curious to see what a gluten free beer tastes like, also made of organically grown ingredients. ABV 5%. Poured into a lager glass.
Colour is yellow golden, slighty hazy. On top of it, sits a whitem soapy foam, two fingers tall with good retention, leaving light lacing behind and a somewhat thick film on the beer’s surface. Lots of activity in the glass too. So far so good.
Aroma now.. is weird. Smells like some kind of medicine, but there are also traces of banana and bubblegum aroma on the background. Bottom line, not very pleasant.
Taste is quite similar to the smell, same medicinal flavour, like antiacterial soap or something. But if the taste was somewhat bearable, the taste is gross.
Very thin body and very light carbonation.
Conclusion, I am happy and thankfull to God that I don’t have a gluten allergy and I can enjoy all the normal beers. It is my first gluten free beer, I take the style into consideration and the people that is intended for and I am still very close to drain pour this one.
Light yellow beer with small head. Aroma is dusty hay, sweet malts and citrus. Taste is watery some hints of malts and some weird metallic. TedE (1304) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - DEC 10, 2016
330 ml bottle into glass. Pours as a glass of slightly hazy amber liquid with no head and a few bubbles. Slight malt nose. Tastes like flat water. Finish is weirdly like tinned sweet corn. Watery, sweet, lame. Ysok02 (1519) - Mons, BELGIUM - NOV 5, 2016
On continue dans les catastrophes, une bière horrible, une des pires bières que j’ai bu. Arghhhh rikstar (2603) - NETHERLANDS - OCT 30, 2016
licht goudgeel met een witte kraag. Geur en smaak vallen erg tegen moutig en erwtensoep. Nee dit is hem niet voor mij RSRIZZO (1986) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - OCT 7, 2016
12oz bottle (courtesy of Headbanger) poured into a Shaker at 40°. Color is a very light yellow with good carbonation and a thin fizzy white head. Aroma is sweet, almost like apple cider. Body is very light giving it a crisp mouth feel. Flavor is odd, it’s sweet yet sour with a cream corn and paste like thing going on. It’s just bad, I can’t truly find the words to describe this flavor but its bad.
sjogro (3956) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - SEP 2, 2016
Sampled from bottle at home. Hazy pale golden with almost no head. Smells of weird chemical candy. Grassy, gluey, Sinterklaasschuimpjes, bitter rubber and raw beans. Medium sweet and quite a bitter follow up. Under medium body, prickly carbonation and a dirty bitter finish. Quite terrible. Frank (4172) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 7, 2016
This is an interesting gluten free beer. It does not taste like ordinary beer but is kind of unusual in a good way. It’s got a grainy quality to it, almost roasty. It’s a little sweet and fruity w/ kind of an oily texture. Nobody will confuse this for a fine pils but it is drinkable regardless. DSG (14685) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - JUN 19, 2016
Bottle sample at a tasting at troubles’s place. Thanks Max. Clear pale yellow with almost no head. Aroma of cereals, some apples. Pretty bland flavor, slightly sweetish, with a sourish hint, with cereals and overripe apples. Watery and slightly oily mouthfeel. Strange. phfyysik (1253) - Tartu, ESTONIA - JUN 19, 2016
Pours golden yellow with small off-white head. Aroma is malts, sour notes, cat piss, apple. Taste is sourish malts, green apple, some grain, light copper, sour pie. Not very interesting, but easy to drink. crossovert (12666) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 21, 2016
33cl returnable bottle. This is extremely fresh for an import less than 3 months old and stored in cold storage for pretty much its whole life once it was. I think this beer is nice, it has a tropical fruitiness that comes seeminlgly out of nowhere, there is a hint of medicinal millet qualities but this is one of th ebest gluten free beers ive had.