disruptor32 (3) - Sunnyside, New York, USA - NOV 5, 2012 does not count
The glib poetry on the side of the can sums it up pretty well; this beer is sweet and hoppy and all-around tasty. I prefer it on tap, especially locally in NYC, but it's pretty awesome that it comes in 16 oz cans in the store.
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Love this beer, lets face we all like different things and for me the taste is perfect. vidmidia (286) - Vila Velha, BRAZIL - DEC 31, 2014
Vermelha, límpida. Espuma abundante e duradoura. Aroma de biscoito e lúpulo, com toques de laranja e ameixa. Levemente amarga, equilibrada com leve adocicado, com toques de flor de laranjeira, laranja e menta. Retrogosto de longa duração com final amargo. Vestlake (279) - Birmingham, Alabama, USA - APR 9, 2015
Can pour. Amber color with a one finger head. Aroma is floral and pine hops. Taste is thick and creamy, slightly sweet, with a slightly bitter finish. This is my first beer from Sixpoint and I was impressed. One of my favorites. PapaBoo (4) - - JAN 22, 2012 does not count
Out of a can watching AFC final .. Very easy to drink , low carbonation and very balanced
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Shannonao (15) - South Carolina, USA - JUL 8, 2015
On draft at Krafty draft in Lexington SC. Amber with no head. No discernible aroma. Light bodied. A little sweet but not malty. Finishes a little bitter.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Bamaboy1975 (242) - Suffolk, Virginia, USA - FEB 2, 2014
A: Pours hazy golden. Thin creamy tan head. Little retention but leaves very nice lacing.
S: Pretty clean with hints of sweet fruits and floral hops. Nice, but could be stronger.
T/M: Creamy, peachy, malty, sweet. Bitter floral hops. Smooth, medium bodied with the
taste of melons.
O: Bitter and sweet. Well balanced. Smooth and easy to drink. Nothing too complex,
which makes for one of the better if not the best Cream Ales around.
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Pour is a very dark amber to orange color with a short-lived beige head. Smell is fresh hops clean and light. Taste is fresh also, hoppy, clean, fruity and unlike a cream ale. Very nicely balanced and super drinkable. Full body and crisp. Awesome smooth and something to get again when I want drinkable, and flavorful. VALIS (229) - Nashua, New Hampshire, USA - FEB 8, 2013
UPDATED: MAR 3, 2013 Strong smell of orange and tangerine. Fairly large carbonation, almost like an Orangina, but not that sweet. I like it well enough now in 20 degree weather with a blizzard bearing down, but it seems like a perfect match for spring and summer. *edit: Had another one a few weeks later and was even more impressed. One of the best session beers I know of. Eminently drinkable without being simple or watery. tillmac62 (734) - Gaffney, South Carolina, USA - JUL 21, 2015
BBD 3/18/15. Pours a clear amber. World class head volume, lacing and retention.
Outstanding nose of citrus hops (orange, tangerine) with a bit of spiciness over a grassy and herbal hop background. Hints of caramel are also quite evident.
Light medium body with a nice smooth texture. Superb carbonation with a nice effervescent burst in the middle and a nice prickly finish.
The outstanding flavor profile is slightly intense, a bit complex and perfectly balanced. A blend of hop flavor resides over a mild bitterness and covers the aromas of the nose. From the middle on, a bit of pine and orange zest come to the forefront with a touch of spice. As the bitterness ebbs, caramel and biscuit arrive to perfectly balance. The finish is clean and a tad dry.