Getting a smoked malt note in the taste..or could it be rye malt.
Three offering currently available with a fourth on the way next week. They took over Acoustic Ales space at Mission Brewery Plaza.
Reached deep into the fridge and made the logical choice. Though it maybe a 3x IPA by Alesmith standards, on a Pizza Port scale it would be a San Diego strong pale ale. Tasty either way.
A damn tasty collaboration beer from J. Wakefield Brewing and Alvarado Street Brewery. Based on flavor..no way I would call this an IPA. Sour and fruitiness overwhelm any hop bitterness.
Amplified Ale Works Backstage, their PB taproom downstairs from the restaurant, is finally open. New Generation is a juicy hazy IPA with a nose of citrus rind and refreshing taste with mild bitterness.
….mmm…12.5% ABV barrel-aged dessert.
Happy with my choice. A 7.3% ABV American IPA with a pale malt body and a tasty blend of hops.
I grabbed this during my last bottle round up of Costa Rican beers. This American Wheat Pale Ale, pleasantly hopped over a very pale malt body, was actually from El Salvador…go figure.
A nice option while on layover at Aeropuerto de Dallas-Fort Worth. Pleasent hop flavors /bitterness shine through any malty sweetness from the base beer.
From Sin Corbata Cerveceria Artesanal, this 5.4% ABV, 40 IBU beer, is malty, but not sweet, with a somewhat herbal bitterness characteristic.