craftycarl21 (2338) - Seattle, Washington, USA - AUG 9, 2011
Deep mahogany pour with a frothy, creamy head. Very nice nose; peppercorn, leafy hops, and some rye bread. Flavor holds pepper, wood, and hops, with that really nice grain presence. Medium to light body, very refreshing. Quite nice. brokensail (16440) - Dublin, California, USA - AUG 8, 2011
A: The pour is a cloudy amber/burnt orange with a finger of off-white head.
S: Although many say rye beers are spicy, this one certainly is. A lot of bread and some banana, other fruit notes are present as well. There are some pepper notes to it, toasted malt, and a bit of gasoline.
T: Strong citrus peel (lemon, mostly) flavor. Heavy on the rye and bread with a decent amount of toasted malt. A mild sweetness of toffee with more of the pepper. Just a light bitterness.
M: The body is medium to full with carbonation being medium.
O: The gas smell really put me off, but the rest of the beer wasn’t too bad. Scouser (350) - Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 5, 2011
Pours a nice golden amber colour with a little white lacing. Mild malty aroma. This is a nicely balanced beer, malty at first, pine hops, and a nice dry finish almost nutty. A nice beer Thorpe429 (5035) - , Illinois, USA - AUG 4, 2011
Picked up a pack of tallboy cans at De Cicco’s in Ardsley. Served in a Hill Farmstead tall pint.
Pours a dark shade of amber-bronze with a thick and foamy off-white head. Lots of nice white lacing on the sides of the glass as it goes down. The nose brings some light resinous pine hops and a bit of a citrus character as well. Good rye spice and a bit of caramel and toasted bread. The flavor is nice and hoppy with a good balance between it and the malt. Reminds me of a hoppy amber with a bit of rye spice. Nice pine throughout. Great balance between semi-sweet malt, rye spice, and hops in the mouthfeel. Medium body and slightly chewy with a bitter finish. Very, very solid offering. Another impressive brew from Sixpoint.
Serving type: can bobman006 (339) - New Jersey, USA - AUG 2, 2011
Can. Clear reddish brown with offwhite head. Aromas of cherry, spice, caramel, lemon, smoke. Flavors of cherry, grain, spice, cheese, lemon, smoke, cough syrup. Alcohol background. Cherry cough syrup phenol. Finishes mostly dry. Medium-full body with soft mouthfeel and moderate carbonation. I want to think this beer has more potential.
ladnewton (1937) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 2, 2011
On tap at Brinkley’s, Manhattan NY on 19th July 2011. Copper with offwhite head. Aroma of fruit grain and spice - beautifully fragrant. Main taste of liquid is rich, pungently fragrant earth, herbs spice and berry fruit. Very bitter and herby finish. Thick, full-mouth engaging texture, zingy feel. Great. Cavie (4654) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JUL 30, 2011
Can courtesy mora2000. Pours a hazy orangish red color with a ring of white head. Aroma is light hops, cologne, and soil malts. Flavor is sharp earthy hops, some lemon flavors and very bitter grains. Bitter finish. Boliv (1150) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 29, 2011
16oz can. Pours dark red and orange and amber with a large, creamy beige head that leaves sticky lacing. Aromas are sweet, with slightly tangy lemonpeel and doughy malt. The flavor is bitter initially, with citrus and slight pine, offset mildly with some sweet malts. Medium carbonation and body. Alright, but I guess I’m missing what other people are getting here.  RickTStiles (826) - Houston, Texas, USA - JUL 28, 2011
pours deep burnt red with a thin white head and nice lacing. aroma is fresh crisp and acidic. taste is dominated by hops but there is a healthy amount of cranberry juice and even lime with a peppery quality balancing the whole thing out. finish bitter but with slight a fruity sweetness. interesting. BrewBoxer (2632) - New York, New York, USA - JUL 20, 2011
Can. Deep brown colorw. No head. Moderate lacing. Smalls of pine, hops, bread and dough. Taste is hoppy like an ipa with a sligjtly malty backlbone and spucey finish. Possibly rye. Not bad. Really good compared to a lot of ryes out there...and its in a can!