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.
A collaboration beer from England’s Siren Craft Brew and Cigar City Brewing from Tampa, FL. An interesting mix of flavors that I thought very tasty. Dark roasted malts you may expect from an imperial stout, but smooth and not bitterness, like a milk stout.
A collaboration wit from Amplified Ale Works and Karl Strauss. Brewed with hibiscus and dry hopped with mosaic hops. Though in seems most of the PB Pathways go nowhere in particular…one does take you to the front steps of Amplified. Cheers.
This collaboration beer from Lost Abbey and New Belgium is aging well.
A Belgian blonde collaboration beer from Automatic Brewing and Pizza Port.
A light bodied but hoppy Belgian blonde collaboration beer from Belgium’s Brasserie De La Senne and Tired Hands Brewing from Ardmore, PA, in the good ‘ol U S of A. Pretty obvious that Michele took the colorful picture.