I’ve been reluctant to share postings of Amplified Ale Work recent batch Fuzz Pedal IPA, a 6% ABV hazy IPA, and collaboration with Crosby Hop Farms. So damn good. I’ve been told the hop bill from Crosby was not disclosed, but would guess predominantly Nelson. Citrus fruit nose with underlying pine. Flavor is not subtle; […]
Totally stoked to find this gem from the minds of Pizza Port and Burgeon Beer the back of the fridge. Not so stoked to find the draft of yesterday’s post when I went to generate this post.
There have been a handful of milkshake IPAs that Michele has really like. All the standout ones have been double or triple IPAs (8% to 13% ABV), mostly with fruit, all somewhat sweet and super dry-hopped with very little bitterness on the tongue (less than 20 IBU). I grabbed this can of 8% ABV nitro […]
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.
Quite happy with the hazy collaboration beer from Burgeon Beer Co. and Humble Sea Brewing.
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.
Just in time for summer….the Amplified / Karl Strauss Pathway collaboration ale is just what the day needed. Pleasant lingering bitterness over a pale malt body with dry finish.
Very happy, and a bit surprised, to find this 8% ABV double IPA, collaboration beer from Amplified Ale Works and Alvarado Street Brewery, still on draft in Amplified PB. Really quite good.
The 8.0% ABV double IPA is an Amplified Ale Works collaboration with Alvarado Street Brewery. Made with Nelson and Mosaic hops and fermented with brett trois yeast, the beer has the appearance of freshly squeezed orange juice, but with juicy citrus hop flavors. Thank you sir, may I have another?
A hoppy Belgain style collaboration ale from The Bruery and Maine Beer Company. 6.something% ABV hops more fruity, with pleasant bitterness.