- ABV: 7%, Style: IPA
- Brewed in San Francisco, CA, USA
- Canned on 29 August 2012
- Served: 355ml can poured into a BrewDog tulip
The day I went to the 21st Amendment brewpub in San Francisco, I think they were at the end of their Belgian week, and we exclusively serving their Belgian styled beers. Happily, this can gets good delivery around the states, so I was able to try some in Philadelphia. Can given to me nicely by the man at Brigid’s!
Look: Light orange beer, not much of a head. It’s very clear and leaves no lacing.
Aroma: Smells rather beery.
Taste: It also tastes like beer. It’s a tasty IPA with the expected citrus and sweet caramel malt. Finish has grapefruit bitterness, not crazily so, but smooth, bitter and enjoyable.
Mouthfeel: Not crazy carbonation and not too dry.
Overall: Really nice, would definitely buy it again if I could get it regularly. I’d consider it a good easy drinking IPA similar to Stone IPA, not quite up there with the top tier IPAs, but definitely appealing./5
- 29th January 2013, Sustainable Alcoholic