I’m get zero fruit flavors or smell from this 6.5% ABV IPA that Michele smuggled back from her recent trip to Hungary. Maybe it has no fruit but thought it needed it. A somewhat dry bitter finish, that reminds me of grapefruit peel, overpowers any malty sweetness. I’m enjoying it, though I think more […]
I’m pleasantly surprised by this 7.7% ABV American-style IPA that Michele smuggled back from her recent trip to Budapest. Balanced with pleasant hop flavors that linger slightly on the palate, and no malty sweet aftertaste.
Fresh off the plane Vári Nővérek ’16, from Hungary’s Szent András Sőrfőzde, is like a hoppy American-style session pale ale. It remind me of a northern east coast IPA or pale ale, with some rye with the malt. No citrus or pine notes, but a distinct dry bitter finish.