O'Fallon Gold - O'Fallon Brewery
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3.2/5 rDev +8.5%
S - 22 oz. bomber with no freshness date.
A - Burnt orange crystal clear. Bone white head that is decent. Lacing doesnt exist, kind of fizzy as well.
S - Burnt honey, toasted oats, citrusy, clove, Pretty big oat presence, kind of overpowering.
T - A lot of oat cerealness, not much of what was in the nose. To be honest it was kind of bland with a hint of flavor here and there. Not much citrus at all. Just a lot of malty oats.
M - Carbonation is pretty well balanced with the weight on the palate. Not bad at all.
D - Easy to drink, besides the huge oat character which can get old pretty quick.
Overall - not really impressed with this offering from O'Fallon which has always been a solid brewer to me, so I'll forget about it and go have another O'Fallon Smoke.
10-14-2006 20:42:09 | More by rsyberg01
3/5 rDev +1.7%
Not much to write about here... Average beer.
A- golden color, cidery like head
S - some malt, no hops
T - a microbrew take on Budwiser (not the tasty Czech variety)
M - Average
O - A dead average beer, I feel like they are attempting to make a microbrew version of Budwiser, my question is why?
04-16-2011 03:23:54 | More by tfarmstrong
3.5/5 rDev +18.6%
NOTE: just got an email advising this is their O'Fallon Gold in a special bottle. Hmmm, I liked this one better fresh in a bottle than on-tap long ago - perhaps an old keg?
A special brew to celebrate the city of OFallons 150 years 1856 to 2006. Bomber label has a drawing of the old time city square (I presume).
A filtered and clear amber brew, minimal white heading and little lacing. Weak notes of a grainy malt in the aroma, but a nice taste of a bready malt, although not inspiring.
Lightly carbonated, the mouth is smooth but thin. A steady drinker, its one to have on a hot summer day but I wont seek out another bottle. I believe this is one made for the mass market of BMC clientele.
Better ambers on the market.
08-06-2006 23:43:39 | More by Vancer
O'Fallon Gold from O'Fallon Brewery
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.