Partially obscured by some other promising options, it was noticed a tad late. Not quite as devistatingly fresh as it could have been, but pretty good.
I’ve been fortunate and have been enjoying Dave’s ciders and meads for many years. Starting Friday, 10 Nov 17, all y’all get the chance to do the same when Raging Ciders and Meads opens its door to the public. Four ciders and one mead at his soft opening last week. All good and different. Dave […]
A juicy and delicious 5.3% ABV hazy IPA from the fine folks at Mother Earth Brew Co. I tried from a growler some weeks back and have been wanting to stop by the source ever since. It did not disappoint.
Yep, it’s that time of year again…Brussels sprouts stalks, and wet hop beers…oh, and Sierra Nevada’s Celebration IPA on shelves while it lasts.
Not so much a NE hazy…more a hazy west coast style, but I’m enjoying it. From Oceanside’s Legacy Brewing.
No malty sweetness in this west-coast IPA. Very tasty. A limited can release from Pizza Port Brewing
Nose is malty sweetness and resinous hops. The taste matches. A 7% west-coast IPA with a sweet malty base. Overall decent, but nothing to write home about.
I found this 6.3% ABV wet hopped IPA made with Mosaic hops quite good. The Seadawg IPA, also an IPA made with Mosaic, was also quite nice, but a bit more grassy, with bitterness lingering a bit longer than the Contender. After the warm day, the Contender suited my dry palate. Both on draft now […]
A tasty 6% hazy IPA from Automatic Brewing at Tiger!Tiger! 6th anniversary celebration. Pale malt body, mild bitterness, tropical/citrus flavors.
It’s a double IPA, and even though they claim it’s unfiltered, it’s actually pretty clear, clean, crisp, and dry. It’s thinker than a regular IPA though not syrupy at all. It reminds me of a matured Enjoy By where it matured well. That and I like the blue labeling on the bottle. It stands out […]