Just in time for summer….the Amplified / Karl Strauss Pathway collaboration ale is just what the day needed. Pleasant lingering bitterness over a pale malt body with dry finish.
In pool-safe plastic-wear. “I can handle things! I’m smart! Not like everybody says… like dumb… I’m smart and I want respect!”
A cool beverage after a warm day. Ninkasi summer seasonal IPA is working nicely.
Very refreshing. Light body with juicy hop flavors. At Unsung Brewing Company.
We made a stop at the recently opened satellite tasting room in OB and we were pleasently surprised with the beer. We had been to their Clairmont location when they first opened and weren’t to impressed. Definitely a step in the right direction. Favs were a single hop American IPA named Galaxy Hoptastic Voyage, a […]
Pleasantly tart with a nice finish is more reminiscent of a wild ale, and different from most grisette ales we’ve tried. From Idle Hands Craft Ales, from Malden, MA, it clocks in at 5.5% ABV.
A tasty 8.2% unfiltered imperial IPA. Piney and resinous hop nose, with strong but pleasant hop bitterness over a pale malt body with no residual sweetness. Bitterness lingers only slightly after swallowing.
6.6% ABV IPA in the hazy-style. The light body with nice citrus hop flavors and pleasant crisp bitterness complements my man-salad well. It also complements other things…like air.
Possibly not as devistatingly fresh as it could have been had I drank the day I got it, but still pretty darn tasty. Plus it’s got that 9.4% ABV thing going for it.
R to L – Gunwhale Ales – Majordomo and Arizona Wilderness Woolsey Wit. Damn fine beverages.