jflopsu (1795) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - JAN 4, 2016
Pours amber with white head. Has a strong citrus, hop, caramel, and grains. A great hop taste with citrus, caramel, pine and spices. A sweet citrus and grain aftertaste. XaenDovet (1281) - British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 3, 2016
Can. Clear orange. Aroma of fruit juice, caramel, earthy piney hops. Taste is sweet and quite bitter. Palate is resinous, and very sticky, chewy. Medium carbonation and big dry finish. Voodoo (702) - Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 1, 2016
Pours an orange hued amber with a slight white head which dissipates quickly......aroma of pine, citrus, malt......taste is citruisy, grapefruit, light earthiness, ending with dry bitterness. BeerdedDave (1875) - Beckley, USA - DEC 30, 2015
amber color; piney hop aroma; a bitter, hoppy beer; piney hop flavor on a medium bodied, bready malt base DalzAle (2038) - Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA - DEC 28, 2015
Can. Clear light orange/tan pour, decent lasting 1/4 inch head and an aroma of caramel. Flavor is plenty of creamy caramel initially, then bitter dry woody hops and finishes with a lasting herbal aftertaste. Decent.
Panzuriel (2371) - Westerville, Ohio, USA - DEC 28, 2015
12 oz can obtained from Meijer in Westerville. Sixpoint Global Warmer is an amber brew with a decent head of white bubbles. Nose is a nice hoppy citrus with a touch of pine. Taste is a nice hop punch of pine with good slightly sweet medium roasted malt rounding out the taste. The body is medium and lively. A very nice winter hoppy amber brew. I hope to score a bit more before it disappears for another year. CanIHave4Beers (4224) - Pouring Bus, Iowa, USA - DEC 28, 2015
Can, shared by me... in my dining room... just now.arminjewell (9720) - East Lansing, Michigan, USA - DEC 27, 2015
Pours a light red color with a big fluffy head and lots of lacing on the glass.
The aroma has that fruity hop on toasty malt on toffee thing that I hate in Imperial Red ales. This one is a little more charming because the hop character is very fresh & bright with a good bit of citrus and a little melon.
The flavor has that fruity hop on toasty malt on toffee thing that I hate in Imperial Red ales. This one is a little more charming because the sweetness is kept in check and the bitterness that is absolutely necessary in a beer like this is actually pleasant as apposed to abrasive. The hop character is mostly grape-fruity with a bit of pineyness, the finish has a nice lingering bitterness. The booziness is chilled out.
Pour out of can, clear red pour with white head, aroma brought grass, slight orange, hints of grain, husk, touch of caramel, slight spice. Taste was pretty standard amber hopped up a bit, some grass, citrus, touch of spice into some caramel, toast, slight earth, finishing bitter, slightly dry. Pumpkin87 (248) - - DEC 27, 2015
Pours from can a beautiful reddish amber with soapy off-white head that looks frolicsome but doesn’t last long except for a wee bit of lacing.
The initial aroma is off-putting: pine, earth, soap, grass, salvaged by a hint of malt. As it warms, the nose opens up considerably to citrus and even peach.
Unfortunately, those more positive notes don’t turn up in the glass, where the flavor remains resinous pine oil, dank hops and the occasional brief burst of malt sweetness that does not mesh well into the prevailing bitterness. Thin bodied.
Searching the can for any suggestion of how this is global or warming. There’s nothing other than a suggestion not to use excessive energy through lengthy refrigeration.
Good advice, but just another pedestrian beer from the all you need is bitterness school. Still, kudos to the marketer.
douglas88 (9624) - Portland, Oregon, USA - DEC 27, 2015
Tall thin can. Pours a clear copper reddish color with a small white head. A big sweet fruity nose. A fresh citrus hop bite, low bitterness, light spices, toast. Finishes very clean and tasty. Awesome brew. Could drink many. Really big for an Amber.