6.4% ABV IPA from Smog City Brewing. Citrus n pine nose, light body with pleasant hop flavors and lower bitterness.
..chocolate cinnamon macaroon imperial stout. A rich and delish 11.5% stout from Foreign Objects Beer Company.
An earthy and woody lambic, not too acidic and clocking in at 5% ABV. Not old enough yet to carbonate, but delish none the less.
Citrusy hop flavors with mild bitterness and somewhat dry finish. All that and 8.1% ABV
A delish west-coast IPA from Atascadro’s Wild Fields, and co-founder Ryan Fields. We enjoyed a wonderful lunch and a few beers, and was fortunate to grab the last 2 cans of these so we could sip while at Pismo Beach.
Worked for me…more so than the chapolines (grasshopper) quesadilla.
In my mind a whole new meaning to the word faceplant. 7% ABV IPA made with Opshaug Kveik yeast strain and “balanced with Nelson hops” from Berryessa Brewing. Not bad, but not really getting what I thought I would based on the description. Not hazy, not citrusy, it is quite crisp and even refreshing, but […]
The Alvarado Street version is quite yummy. Thanks to all the super-collaboators and hop farmers. Five more versions to try it from.
Hmm… like they were trying to make a west coast IPA, but they forgot to add the hops to the boil. No bitterness.
Whoa, like the can version better than the draft version I had some weeks ago. Dank and resinous, with notes of Marijuana at first that dissipates, lingering finish, but less bitterness than expected.