Hmm… like they were trying to make a west coast IPA, but they forgot to add the hops to the boil. No bitterness.
Whoa, like the can version better than the draft version I had some weeks ago. Dank and resinous, with notes of Marijuana at first that dissipates, lingering finish, but less bitterness than expected.
I suppose as in….until death. DDH IPA with notes of tangerine with nice hop bitterness. 8.4% ABV from Anchorage Brewing.
… makes homework so much better. Dank nose with citrusy flavors and 7% ABV..quite good. From Three Weavers.
From da can to my mouth.
…someone please tell me it’s not a train. It’s not…. it’s a delish 6.8% ABV IPA from Equilibrium Brewing. Great hop nose, juicy up front, smooth mouth-feel, mild bitterness that lingers enough to encourage another sip… then poof… it’s gone.
A delish 8.6% ABV DIPA made in the west-coast style, from SLO’s There Does Not Exist. The nose is sweet with notes of citrus, melon and pineapple. Flavor does not disappoint, with lingering dry finish… just enough to encourage another sip.
From Casa Agria. Yep, that’ll do.
A nice treat after a day of working around the house. Quite tasty DDH west coast style IPA from North Park Beer Co.
Been lovin North Park’s Hop-Fu! recently. I feel it is replenishing missing or depleted.. minerals maybe, or components, of my initial make-up.