PonyEnglish (3) - - MAR 5, 2011 does not count
Had this as a celebratory indulgence. At that time it made the mood of the evening. Something to keep in mind for toasts with friends. efecher (70) - Long Valley, New Jersey, USA - APR 11, 2012
Awesome collaboration between the world’s oldest brewery and Sam. Definite citrus flavor evident here, and it very much does make you think "beer champagne" (screw miller high life, seriously). Just an example of how extreme you can get while still following the Reinheitsgebot. b79turner (260) - Birmingham, Alabama, USA - JAN 6, 2011
Opened the bottle on New Years 2010. This is truly a unique beer. Very bubbly, but certainly in the beer category. Slightly fruity. Easy to drink, alcohol was extremely light, hardly noticed. I was very impressed and cannot wait for New Years 2011, I’ll definitely be opening another bottle of Infinium. BillZav (22) - Sarasota, Florida, USA - JAN 17, 2011
Infinium was pleasantly surprising. I was expecting a basic champagne like ale with high carbonation, but instead was treated to a complex and velvety smooth beer. Infinium pours a golden honey color, with substantial notes of citrusy fruit such as bananas and apricots complimented by Vienna malt, peppery spices, and floral hops with a hint of honey in the backbone. The alcohol content of more than 10% is well camouflaged, and Infinium has the feel of a pilsener mixed with a Flanders red ale.
http://www.billysbeerblog.com/2010/12/infi dwyerpg (6285) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - FEB 6, 2011
I thought this was a really excellent beer. The head was incredibly smooth with a thin crispiness; perhaps the best head ever. Flavor was light, like a leffe, but really nice as well. Other than the price this beer is fantastic!
BadAprilia1000 (436) - Sevierville, Tennessee, USA - DEC 14, 2011
First off, can’t believe we found this. Thank the lord for Brusin’ Ales in Asheville, NC. Its like Easter in your mouth. Pours a beautiful amber color with a thick dark cream colored head. Aroma is different than expected, a bit similar to some altbiers I’ve tried, notes of a slight funk with dried fruits. Taste is very good and surprisingly bright. Notes begin with a citrus sweetness, also dried fruits, apricot seems to be the one coming to mind. More notes of a very small amount of bitter, more on the aftertaste. Very champagne like in texture from the carbonation, lively and pleasing mouthfeel. Great new style of beer, very glad to of tried it. merb (18) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 12, 2012
Simply stunning, you can treasure the two years of development in this. Can’t even really quantify the greatness of this. Clean, crisp, bubbly, sweet and flavorful...like to see sam adams ever top this again. davidm (2080) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - FEB 24, 2011
Bottle. Exceptional. Aromas of caramel, bread, bubblegum, and a touch of sweatiness. Taste is sweet, with a hint of sourness, light bitterness, and long length. Palate is velvety, with high carbonation, and full body. Amber, with a frothy head. Mdsurveyor (46) - Bel Air, Maryland, USA - FEB 5, 2012
Finally, a drink that matches the quality of the bottling. A fine golden pour with plenty of bubbles and a 1 inch golden head. The aroma is subtle but fresh. The taste is smooth with a surprising tart finish. It may not be for everyone, but it I personally loved it.
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Cloudy, pale orange colour. Very inviting with a very intense nose of cirtus, apricot, floral hops. mostly diminishing large off white head, similar to champagne. med-high intensity, with a full body. Long aftertaste with a creamy round texture. Sweet, roasted, malty, hoppy, flavors, with a well balanced, rich, complex quality. Greatly Appreciated