Though they couldn’t serve us tasters at Ten Mile Brewing when we stopped byp a few weeks back, we were able to grab a mixed 4-pak. Trail Marker IPA is our last can. Well balanced with medium body. Piney hop flavors and pleasant bitterness that dissipates quickly after swallowing.
…wha, wha, what’s it all about? My last can of Check Your Hops. Need, need, need to get some more, but first, first get my ass up off the floor.
Super juicy murky IPA from Pure Project. Comes with a nose of tangerine and pineapple, and a pillowy-soft mouth-feel. All that and 6.9% ABV.
It’s been a while since my last Hop Fu! Worked for me…pale malt body, piney and resinous hop flavors, with a dry finish with lingering butter. Yep…drank it and liked it. Could use another if’n we didn’t buy just one..
Mmmm…tasty 6.5% IPA. In collaboration with Other Half Brewing to support hospitality industry. Just doing my part.
Looks more like a juice heavy mimosa than a beer. Sniff…A nose of citrus. Sniff-sip…super juicy up front…sniff…sip… followed by mild, almost spicy..sip…black pepper-ish hop bitterness that quickly dissipates….then bam… you need another beer.
Super juicy with a bodacious nose and palate, all packed it a tiny 16oz can of goodness. Quite good.
A refreshing hazy from TapRoom Beer Co. Nice hoppy nose, but lower bitterness than you would think based on the nose. Bitterness lingers a bit but finishes clean. Good enough for me to have another. The 7% ABV ain’t bad either.
Citrusy fruit on the nose. Flavors of stonefruit, melon and citrus. Mild bitterness that finishes clean. All that and 6.4% ABV.
A tasty 7% ABV west coast IPA from Thorn Street Brewing. Piney and resinous, nice hop bitterness with clean finish.