JahNoth (1039) - Rochester, New York, USA - JUN 13, 2004
Copper color, nice fluffy head leaves a clean glass. The caramel sweetness is in perfect balance. Light on the tongue. Crisp and decent. psuCE03 (135) - York, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 2, 2007
Amber brown color with limited head. Tea and spice aromas. I can’t put my finger on the initial flavor but there is nice hoppiness at the rear. Tasty. Rumpleganjskin (34) - USA - JAN 4, 2008
A beauty brew, if you can find it and its not overpriced like it usually is. The brewery relocated and during this time the prices were insane. I am glad to see prices are going back to normal. Hoser at a brew thru was charging like 6 dollars a bottle...... YEAH brigg (678) - Washington DC, USA - JUL 11, 2008
Cloudy, red amber body with a substantial, but disappearing head. Aroma is floral hops, and spicy with some sweet malt; not very strong. Flavor is floral hops and fruit (tart apples), malt, and buttery. Somewhat watery, but in a drinkable, refreshing way. Light mouthfeel. VA Homebrewer (525) - Portsmouth, Virginia, USA - MAY 7, 2001
I was fairly impressed with this beer in that I got more than I expected. As the name implies, it is amber in color with a slight malt aroma. The hop aroma is even more slight. Decent malt flavor, but lacking in mouthfell. Only slight bitterness, which I would expect. This doesn’t approach the complexity of a good marzen, but not bad. I should add a caveat - I don’t general like lighter lagers at all.
MaiBockAddict (1497) - Good Beer Bar Deprived, New Jersey, USA - SEP 9, 2004
Bottle. Orange and clear with a white head. Clean malty aroma. Flavor is malty, but thin. A little blande. Malt flavor fades quickly. mkobes (2142) - paramus, New Jersey, USA - SEP 10, 2004
Bottle. Orange and clear with a white head. Nice clean malty aroma. Malty but thin aroma. Ok beer. surffisher (198) - Raleigh, North Carolina, USA - MAY 25, 2007
Unpastuerized half-liter bottle from the brewery, 12/06. Pours a brilliant dark copper with nice carbonation but just a thin coverage and little ring of an off-white head. Pleasant subtle aroma of lightly toasted malts which, with a touch of noble hops, imparts a lightly fruity (cherry) aroma. Sweet malty flavor with some nice toasty notes coming through. Pretty clean with just a little bitterness upfront and a smooth, balanced, although somewhat dull finish. Medium bodied and medium carbonation, with a fairly smooth mouthfeel. This is a solid German-sytle Fest and one of the better Weeping Radish offerings. TheBeerGod (6216) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - MAY 31, 2008
Bottle. Reddish-orange pour. Small white head. Nose is malty and yeasty with some berry notes. Fair amount of fruit in the nose. Taste is also fruity and malty. Light spicy hops, berries, caramel and sweet malts. Yeast notes present themselves here too. I’ve started thinking that Weeping Radish beers are a lot like Legend, in the sense that they may have their own "house flavor" due to the yeast they use. It may be off-putting to some. Body is light-medium with very soft carbonation. Sort of slick and easy drinking. Ends with more malts, berry flavors and yeast with some caramel. Different but tasty! IainOg (75) - Virginia, USA - JUN 23, 2010
light and straightforward. decent maltiness in the aroma and taste. on the thin side. sessionable. nice to see a fest out this time of year, and this is a good one though not a stellar one.