Something I would have never bought myself, and surprised that I like it. Light body, nicely balanced, zero bitterness and clean finish. From Tempe, AZ, Huss Brewing.
Sadly my last can. Wish I had an extra for last Tuesday virtual happy hour/ beer share. So good. The cans have been way more juicy than the draft version that I had… when was that. Send like months ago. Stoked to hear Amplified Ale Works PB and East Village are re-opening their kitchens for […]
An apt name. Nose is fruity, like a mixed fruit smoothie. Flavor is a juicy NE IPA with notes of strawberry. It’s not overly sweet and has mild bitterness on the finish. All that and 6.5% ABV. I’m enjoying it. Huh…65 IBU? That’s a higher number than I would have guessed.
…an opaque solution. Infinite Content. Quite good. A bit more bitterness than the previous Force of Nature. To lazy to pick my ass up off the slouch-couch and see what the ABV is, but would guess in the 7% range.
A delish, juicy/ citrusy and murky 6.5% ABV IPA from the fine folks at Pure Project.
Of all the beers in the fridge, this was the logical choice. A balanced 10% ABV triple IPA collaboration between Alesmith and Pizza Port Brewing.
A 6.8% ABV IPA made in the hazy style, from the fine folks at Modern Times Beer. Flowery-like hop flavors, soft mouth feel, nice bitterness that slips away urging you to have another sip…then poof… the beer is gone. Darn Star Cloud is blocking the sunset.
Amplifing at home. Whoa…more tropical notes up front than I recall. Fruity, but not sweet or overly malty. Nice hop balance with pleasant, though somewhat mild, hop bitterness. Need to grab more next Saturday.
This double dry-hopped hazy IPA from the fine folks a North Park Beer is like a “Modern Times” romance. Bountiful bouquet of hops entwined with pillowy-soft mouth-feel and juicy wet finish. Oh, yeah.
When you can’t enjoy it at the source, you do it elsewhere. Tasty.