A piney 7% unfiltered west coast IPA with a somewhat dry finish, from the fine folks at Automatic Brewing. Would pair well with one of BLAH’s autumn squash pizzas…mmm.
L to R = top to bottom First beer stop at about halfway. Both Caughts are deceptively drinkable for 11% beverages. Hmm…I’m liking the Caught in a Haze; smooth mouth feel, mildly sweet body and less lingering bitterness at the finish.
Pre-blended keg of the stuff. Juicy with hop forward bitterness and a touch of sweetness on the finish. Quite enjoyable. Makes me want to try the individual cans of the brut IPA and hazy IPA.
Too sweet and not quite working for me. Like a blend of sweet agua fresca and light-bodied beer. Still clocking in at 7.3% ABV. I’m thinking it’s the sweet nose that I find overwhelming…comparing it to a juicy NE IPA where the dry hopping nose prevails. An interesting venture for the fine folks at El […]
Let’s get this party started….f’in Party Shirt bro…
New beer at Amplified Ale Works. A 6% ABV, 48 IBU IPA made in the New England-Style…mmm…yummy.
Pizza Port OB currently has two brut IPA’s that I’m quite happy with. This one is the stronger clocking in at 8.2% ABV, and less sweet than the 6.3% Bruty Call.
Quite happy with this juicy beverage. Nose is strong citrus rind and the flavor does not disappoint. Finish has mild bitterness that reminds me of grapefruit peel but in a good way. I would have guessed a lower ABV than indicated on the can.
Bedrock is a toasty, malty brown ale made with both coffee and beer. It has a mild aftertaste of toasted coconut, the coffee gives it a slight roasted chocolate hint, but it’s not sweet at all. At 30 IBUs and 6.2% it comes in much less than Barley Forge’s 37 IBU 6.6% Patsy, which is […]
My neighbor and I spend a lot of time trying to find unique beers for each other. He got home late on Friday, so I ended up popping open the bottle I got for him instead of gifting it. It’s an 8% double IPA with 70 IBUs. It’s named after the infamous California Highway 395. […]