Juice in the can is awesome. Sure, that’s my perspective… but that’s me drinking n typing n shit. The can has been in the fridge for a week or so, and I didn’t pour the last bit…keeping the sludge to a minimum. I thought it has less lingering bitterness and found even more juicy.
Not to be confused with Bad Reputation or My Generation… it’s held up surprisingly well for a 9 month old 6.5% ABV IPA. Rumor has it that it is on the schedule again for rerelease…hmm.. or maybe that was a dream.
Newer collaboration beer from Amplified Ale Works and Chula Vista’s 3 Punks…you guess it.. it’s an IPA made in the hazy style.
Something to sip while starting carnitas. Quite good…and exactly one louder.
More than a hazy IPA; it’s opaque. Not so juicy. 7% ABV with more dry finish that has notes of black pepper.
For now it’s Stratacaster. But with E11even IIIPA and Strange Lover IPA on as well, plus Electric Mud cans out…we might be here a while. Not hard to guess that she chose Gold Record.
Quite pleased with the newest collaboration brew from Karl Strauss and Amplified Ale Works. Some flavor characterizes similar to a belgian pale ale, and clocking in at 6.9% ABV.
New beer at Amplified Ale Works. A 6% ABV, 48 IBU IPA made in the New England-Style…mmm…yummy.
Still quite happy with this 50 IBU 6% ABV pale ale collaboration from Amplified and the one-man-band, Low Volts. Hard to beat the $4 per 16oz can for on site consumption going on in PB.