gripweed57 (2980) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - AUG 25, 2017
From old tasting notes. Clear brassy gold color with small white head capping scattered small bubbles. Grape-like grainy malt aroma. Light grainy malt flavor with light carbonation. Bland finish and a very faint hop aftertaste. Thin and watery. ozzy70 (1339) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - JUL 3, 2017
12 oz. can from College Liquors in Grand Junction Co. Consumed while camping in Grand Junction. Poured clear golden, small white head. Aroma was grain, light grass. Taste was mild sweet, grain, corn, grass. bnokk (548) - Lee, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 6, 2016
Super light yellow. Very clear and light head with good effervescent effects.
NOSE- very light scent, even for a pils. Limited crispness that the best pils beers have.
FLAVOR- extremely light in flavor. Unfortunately almost tastes like watered down beer. (For real.)
Touted as the first beer sold in the US after prohibition. That’s cool - it’s a pioneer. It was onward and upward from there. freekyp (2470) - Thomasville, North Carolina, USA - FEB 9, 2016
First the good. Pours a clear light golden with a one finger white head that leaves some scattered lacing. A small bit of grassy hops ride atop the otherwise corny adjunct aroma. Finishes crisply with a bit of hop bite. Has some old man beer vintage coolness factor. Now the bad. Some vegetal off flavors. Lots of corny lameness throughout. HourGlass13 (1101) - North Carolina, USA - FEB 7, 2016
Pours a clear bright piss yellow with a white foamy head. Aroma is fresh grain, fresh grist, light honey, metallic twang. Taste is lemon, honey, metallic clang. Dry, papery, body. Straight up suds!
obguthr (6835) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - JAN 26, 2016
Can: Beany grass nose. Crystal clear yellow, thick head with very little retention. Fusel alcohol, barley malt. Weak. Light body, easy carbonation.