arrogantb (1402) - Denver, Colorado, USA - NOV 3, 2012
On tap at Vine St. Pub, the bartender told us it was a pilsner but upon first taste it was clearly not a pilsner. Hazy orange color, really cloudy actually. Smells odd, grains and something else but what? The flavor was spicy and wheaty, reminded me of a Belgian wittier almost. Not a bad pint and easy to drink but not my bag overall. jb43 (1695) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - SEP 5, 2011
Serving type: on-tap
Reviewed on: 09-15-2010 21:57:10
(draft at phantom canyon 7/26/10). Cloudy gold color. Medium off white head. Spicy yeast aroma. Flavor of the same, with moderate citrus. Short duration. Smooth finish. Slick texture. Moderate carbonation. Fair lacing. onceblind (10690) - Denver, Colorado, USA - DEC 6, 2010
On tap at Wynkoop Brewery. Clear light amber, with a foamy white head. Aromas of dusty wood, and some faint honey. Taste explodes on honey, but still has soime bitter flowery hop bite. Real good quality honey, like the kind hippies eat, with bits of the honeycomb still in it. Some rye and wheatgrain come out at the end. Pretty swell! cubs (10721) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - OCT 16, 2010
Tasted at the Wynkoop Brewery in Denver, Colorado. Amber appearance and the aroma is dominated by numerous spices. Body is sweet and somewhat malty and spiced heavily with Egyptian spices. Interesting. DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - OCT 12, 2010
On Tap at the Vine Street Pub, Denver 14/09/2010
bhensonb (15832) - Woodland, California, USA - OCT 8, 2010
Banana fruit aroma. Golden coloured and slightly hazy in appearance. Fruity and a little spicy with a hint of dryness in the finish.
Tap at the brewpub. Pours amber gold. Light fruity/floral aroma. Flavors of fruit and yeast/spice. Overall: a nice Belgian ale finish. Works for me. notalush (5929) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - SEP 26, 2010
Tap at Wynkoop - quite a surprise here - reminds me a bit of DFH Midas Touch, only with a reasonable abv, drier and mostly more balanced - a bit of honey character - surprisingly subdued spice profile, with grains and paradise being the most prominent, but the tamarind is there are well - a light bit of hefe yeast phenols - a tiny bit of white wine-like quality - quite tasty, really. Ratman197 (15440) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - SEP 4, 2010
On tap at Wynkoop poured a cloudy golden yellow with a small lingering off white head. Aromas of wheat, pear, melon, spice and yeast. Palate was medium bodied and crisp with a smooth finish. Flavors of wheat, yeast, pear, spice and light melon with a smooth lingering spiced finish. BeerandBlues2 (13869) - Escondido, California, USA - JUL 31, 2010
Tap at Phantom Canyon. Pours cloudy dark yellow-gold with a medium, frothy white head, somewhat lasting with fair lacing. Aroma is grain and meal malt, fruity yeast, floral hops, citrus, honey, pear, and pineapple. Flavor is malt focused with light floral hops, low bitterness, fruity, honey, and a dry finish. Medium bodied, light to medium carbonation. LtDan (1808) - Los Angeles County, California, USA - JUL 28, 2010
Preview 12 oz. can
Appearance: Pours a deep cloudy orange gold. This beer had a bit of sediment and no head what so ever.
Aroma: Banana, clove, Belgian yeast.
Taste: Sour bready yeast, witbier like spice. Finishes very spicy and a tad tart.
Mouthfeel: Very fizzy. For having no visible carbonation, there is plenty of it. Medium bodied.
Overall: An interesting, unique beer that straddles on witbier,hefe and a pale ale.