IndianaRed (5122) - Boise, Idaho, USA - MAY 16, 2006
UPDATED: MAY 11, 2007 On Tap at the BrewPub. Nice deep redish brown with a modest light tan head. Malty, sewwt woody aroma Nice heavy feel, a bit sweet and easy on the hop bitterness. Goes down easy despite its robust body and ABV. Washed down my Chipotle Burger nicely. douglas88 (9797) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JUN 6, 2013
16 ounce can, just listed as maibock. Pours a dark ruby color with a small white head. A light fruity nose with some caramel. Flavorful: rich ripe fruits, strawberries, some dusty sweet malts, dark caramel and toffee. Earthy dry finish. Good. ogre71 (359) - Utah, USA - JUL 29, 2015
Pours nice dark amber good head. Has plenty of strong malty and yeast flavors its drinkable. hayduke (5731) - Eureka, California, USA - MAR 11, 2016
From a growler purchased at Pauls Grocery in McCall, ID. Pours dark amber with a beige head. Nose of caramel malts and light fruit. Medium plus in body with a smooth creamy mouthfeel. Flavor is big on the malts but there are some grassy and floral hops there in the finish along with some bitterness.. Pretty darn good. ontario102 (794) - Boise, Idaho, USA - APR 20, 2005
Pours a burnt amber with a clear bodied color and nominal creamy head; mild caramelly nose; tart and sweet with a slightly woody nuttiness; fairly malty and slightly spicy flavor, nice balance; intial smoothness gives way to a little astringency over a moderatly chewy palate and a dry finish; might need some more lagering to smooth it out a bit, otherwise it’s good
harlequinn (2744) - Tacoma, Washington, USA - JUN 1, 2006
Not bad at all, Medijm bodied, with a thick malty mouthfeel and roasty, kind of on the sweet side, with some honey roasted nuttiness. This goes well with food, but I could see where it would be hard to drink alone. JohnGalt1 (1721) - Boise, Idaho, USA - MAR 19, 2013
Pounder can found at the 16th St. Albertsons... Poured into my HotD goblet... Darker than most Maibocks, but no real complaints... Close to the higher end of darkness... clear deep amber.... light tannish head sticks around for a while leaving decent spotty lacing.
Nose is also a little "dark"... IMO closer to a bigger bockbier or a lesser doppelbock... maltiness has a distinct toastiness/melanoidin quality... still very clean malt profile with barely enough hops to be perceptible.
Flavors have a nutty/dry toasty essence too... but again, very clean... surprisingly clean for a stateside bock... should probably lean more toward the pils/pale malt, but this is a fantastic jumping off point.
Body is medium with a medium carbonation... pretty much spot-on.
Picked up the 4-pack and damn happy I did... These will be enjoyed for days to come.
Tone back the darker malts and ramp up the pils malt and this will be a huge winner. Sledutah (7978) - Utah, USA - JUL 1, 2013
16oz can picked up at The Grapevine, labeled as Seasonal Lager Maibock jsquire (4674) - St. Marys, Ohio, USA - APR 21, 2015
Pours clear dark amber with a medium sized beige head and lots of sticky lacing. Aroma of toasted malts, toffee and ripe fruit. Flavors of toasted malts, grainy, toffee and nutty with a mild bitterness in the finish
Nice and tasty.
Reddish amber color out of the can with a creamy off white head. Big malty nose with some alcohol in it. Caramel sweetness with some peaty notes, dried fruit and dusty malts. A bit of earthy bitterness in the finish and more prominent alcohol as it warms. BelgianBeerGal (4255) - Panama City, Florida, USA - JAN 7, 2016
Can in Ogden and yes I am aware that I am drinking a Maibock in January but with UT’s crazy liquor laws it is hard to find unique beers. Pours a nice caramel color with a bubbly tan head that settles slowly. Cereal and toast in the aroma. Roasted malt dominates the flavor but not overly sweet and balanced with a light hint of hops. Enjoyable.