Enish266 (5) - Poway, California, USA - MAR 25, 2012 does not count
Received this from pantanap. Thanks!
A - slighty piney with floral and grassy notes.
A - pours a golden wheat-like yellow. Average lacing that sticks around nicely as you drink it.
T - first taste is bitter that lingers on the palate. Touch of orange sweetness which makes it very quaffable.
P - medium carbonation that is perfect for a pale ale. Mouthfeel is prickly with a light oily, resin finish.
O - A better than average pale ale with a nice hop bite. Wish the hop flavors and aromas were a bit more integrated to balance out the bitterness. geeklimit (293) - USA - MAY 4, 2012
Very nice malt aroma. Pours with a good bubbly head and a cloudy darker golden body. Palate is clean, bubbly and slightly sticky. Taste is a pleasing higher-than-usual hop load for a pale ale. Slightly bitter finish. Jabic (657) - Plainfield, Vermont, USA - MAY 25, 2012
Ar: Resin, lemon, and a touch of pine - orange notes, too.
Ap: Crystal-clear amber-orange - large off-white head with very good retention and a beautiful pattern of lacing.
T: Lemon, pine, and bitter orange up front, very light sweetness with a bit of toasty malt - medium-high bitterness, with a minty edge - finish is some lingering orange and spice.
P: Medium-light body with medium-high carbonation - finish is dry.
O: Nice, bright, and tasty pale ale - great hop character - lots of flavor and refreshing.
dbarnold (1127) - Bethesda, Maryland, USA - JUL 7, 2012
Very pleasant session beer and a good example of an american pale. Light, drinkable with a decent malt backbone, but hops dominate. It’s moderately bitter and heavy on the citrus. Finish is crisp, clean and refreshing. jcos (1851) - Maryland, USA - JUL 10, 2012
Location/Date:Can on July 10th, 2012.
TheHOFF43 (2052) - Robbinsdale, Minnesota, USA - JAN 7, 2013
Appearance: Pours an orange copper.
Aroma: Light pine, citrus.
Taste: Medium bitterness, piney, some grapefruit.
Palate:Light body, lingering aftertaste.
Summary: First off, thanks Dave for getting the beer! This beer has a lot of flavor, especially for 5.6%. Something in the taste is just slightly short of greatness to me, and that’s why I give this a very good but not great rating. Maybe it’s bordering on IPA land and so I want more.
Can from StFun, thanks! Pours a clear orange with a 1/2 finger of white head.Aroma is magnificent hops with tons of citrus. Flavor is dry and almost woody with good hops. Nice little pale ale. Jow (4028) - Orlando, Florida, USA - MAR 26, 2013
Tap at the airport as I prayed I wouldn’t get snowed in. Pours hazy orange withbwhite head. Nose of big bright hops and tropical fruits. Tastes of grapefruit, pine, vanilla, rock candy, tangerines, bananas, and light ginger. Slight sticky but refreshing and nice ccex (1350) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 10, 2013
16 oz. can pours a clear light orange color with small white head ad good lacing. Aroma is full of citrus fruits, bready malts, and and a bit of pine. Taste is bitter, but not outrageously so, with some malt sweetness in the middle and some pine coming out in the long finish. Body is medium with average carbonation and a slightly sticky mouthfeel. A very good APA, and my first from Sun King. Defensemaster (31) - GERMANY - OCT 21, 2013
Amber in color with a lovely head, Osiris Pale Ale exhibits an aroma of fruits and spices that could have come from a Middle Kingdom marketplace, minus the flies and camel dung. Bitter and hoppy with a dry finish, it is a solid pale ale.
---Cheers until next time!
DMSR Woweezowee (31) - Indiana, USA - JAN 4, 2014
UPDATED: APR 19, 2014 Indy’s trendiest and most popular brewery’s flagship beer is a great Pale Ale for hot/summer days. There is a nice amount of bitterness and citrus hop flavor to be found and the mouthfeel is incredibly crisp, but occasionally I seem to get a "skunky" can for some reason. The beer looks great in the glass, but I’ve never got a lot of punch from the aroma. Better on draft IMO, as the hop profile always seems more bright. I’ve had a ton of Osiris, and would/will recommend it often, but it is a bit pricey for what it brings; when price, availability, and flavor come in that order, I’m going with Sierra Nevada PA. Reverse those criteria, and I’d likely go Osiris. Still, it has many fans and a great rep in the Indy area as the best session brew in town. so worth having for sure if your in the area; especially if you find it on tap.