rjplumer (1183) - Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 23, 2011
Apricot and honey aroma with a touch of lemon.. Pours a mild hazy amber which you can see the sediment floating around. Has a fruity zing to it. Mild sourness. Drinkable and refreshing. rampmaster (642) - Alden, New York, USA - MAY 10, 2011
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz bottle into a pint glass. The label has a short description and a USDA organic seal.
Appearance: It has a hazy amber or light honey colored body with a light creamy head. The head fades quickly but leaves a thin ring of foam around the edge of the glass that hangs on till the end. This makes some spotty lacing on the way down the glass.
Smell: There are lots of floral chamomile notes with hints of wheat, sour dough bread, oat/light grain, and honey.
Taste/Palate: It starts with a light wheat base with light grain notes, mild honey sweetness and plenty of floral (almost tea like) chamomile. It finishes semi-sweet with light wheat tartness for balance and no real noticeable hop bitterness at all. The palate is soft and easy to drink.
Notes: I see this being a very good hot weather beer/ middle of the day beer with a light lunch. Overall, I really like it. BREWMUSKCLES (2744) - New Jersey, USA - SEP 26, 2011
ABSOLUTELY CHARMING and perfect for the fall. For that matter it would be damn good in the Summer and Spring. The Celebration ale from May to October. Nutmeg,Cinnamon, sweet Wildflower Honey and vanilla, still beery and with a beery aroma AND BURP. Pale yellow and golden. Chamomile...you mix up all these flavors and you come out with nearly perfection. $1.49 in the give away bottle section Queen Anne Liquors Teaneck N.J.