hotstuff (5142) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - NOV 26, 2015
Rated on 11-25-2015. This canned beer pours a small very fizzy beige head that is mostly lasting, transparent orange body, fizzy, lively, fast rising carbonation, and one ring of lacing. The aroma is citrus, pine hops, very bitter, earthy, fruity, spicy, and caramel malt. This beerís flavor is moderately bitter, citrus, pine hops, spicy, fruity, and caramel malt. The mouthfeel is lively carbonation and this beer is medium bodied. A most quaffable beer with a light bitter aftertaste. The flavor is very tasty and this beer is worth trying. It is a beer that I would definitely partake in again. corby112 (2804) - philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 17, 2015
Pours a very cloudy and very dark golden orange color with faint tangerine edges when held to a light source and a one finger, off-white head that quickly settles into a thick, lasting ring. Sporadic streaks of soapy lacing left behind.
Slightly spicy, earthy hop aroma with resinous oils and grassy pine needle character countered by a lightly roasted, sweet malt backbone. Floral with hints of cut grass, dank buds and subtle citrus sweetness followed by caramel malt, toast, and dark fruit notes. Nothing in the nose suggests winter but thereís a decent balance of fresh hops and sweet malt. The hop presence is slightly one dimensional and could use some citrus/tropical fruit character but the aroma is still somewhat inviting.
On the fuller end of medium body with a blast of dank, sticky hop bitterness that dominates, lingering over the sweet malt notes into a bone dry finish. Earthy, resinous and slightly spicy with dry, grassy pine needle flavor and a touch of citrus sweetness, notably grapefruit and orange peel. Underneath, thereís a sweet caramel backbone balancing things out nicely with hints of toffee, hazelnut and vinous dark fruit. Again, Iím not picking up anything that makes me think of winter but this beer is well balanced and decently drinkable without sacrificing the uber fresh hop flavors. One of the better beers that Iíve had from Sixpoint. jgb9348 (6196) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - JUL 31, 2015
Crisp amber coloured body with a clear ruby-tinted glow and a very large, four centimetre rather soapy tan head. Aroma of hops, light caramel, nuts, toasted malt, grain and a bit of spent mash. Light to Medium-bodied; Assertive grassy, herbal and light pine flavours thoughout with a deep nutty and caramel flavour at the end and some mild earthy notes. Aftertaste shows some smooth grain and malt flavours and a very light amount of hops. Overall, a nice and refreshing beer that fits well within the style and has quite a bit more complexity than iím used to for an amber. I sampled this twelve ounce tall/slim can purchased from New Beer Distributors in New York, New York on 19-June-2015 for US$2,00 sampled at home in Washington on 30-July-2015. BeerRenter76 (1007) - Texas, USA - JUL 13, 2015
Pours out a nice deep orange color, hazy with some sediment visible. Dense off white colored head with great retention and really nice sticky lacing.Resinous hops, grapefruit and orange, as it warms a bit of some tropical fruit aromas creep in. Malt really plays second to the hops providing a nice backbone and mouthfeel, slight dark bready sweetness.Medium in body.More of an IPA in my opinion, but a pretty good beer none the less. Ctplt777 (530) - Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA - JUN 30, 2015
Hop forward amber ale. Has an initial resiny hoppyness followed by a sweet maltiness. Caramel, toffee sweetness taste with a bitter punch. You can definitely tell this is in fact an amber ale but heavily hopped for that extra something. Good stuff.
JoeMcPhee (9426) - Toronto, ON, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 13, 2015
Deep amber pour. The nose has a little bit of light resiny aroma.
There is a malty sweetness and a lingering bitterness. Lots of intense
fruitiness. Thereís a lot of sweet maltiness and a little bit of
peppery character as well. Decent enough, bit not really my style. TattooJack (515) - Illinois, USA - APR 27, 2015
From the six pack of slim cans. Nice red color with a white chunky collar. It has bitter, hops, creamy-ness, and drink-ability. The sixpoint people do beer well. Sevenlee (1846) - Central Coast, NSW, AUSTRALIA - APR 6, 2015
Pours a clear coppery red with an off-white head. Aroma is malt, caramel, toffee, fruit, sugar and some pine. Taste is medium sweet leading to a nicely balanced finish. rejtable (2624) - Ontario, CANADA - APR 5, 2015
Pours Amber with limited head some clumpy lacing. Nose is fresh fruit oranges. Flavours of pine, grapefruit some sweet syrup. Taste med bitter light/med sweet. Full silky body with lively carbonation. fiulijn (20411) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - APR 4, 2015
Draught at Apex, Portland, as Sixpoint Global Warmer India Red Ale, 6% ABV
Amber color, hazy. Nice hop aroma, the expected fruit and resins, but also a bit minty. Good body strength, some malt and caramel flavor, moderate sweetness, balanced by a robust resiny hopping.
Fails to impress, but itís a good beer.