Juicy and soft…delish. Finish has hint of black pepper.
Quite good. Juicy with nice citrus notes, soft mouth-feel and low bitterness.
A west coast IPA collaboration from Pizza Port and Beachwood Brewing. Yeah.. this will work.
Nelson and Strata….mmm.
First time trying from a can. After a few hours of yard work in the hot late morning sun, the beer tasted great. The dip in the pool didn’t hurt either
Body and bitterness is not so different from other Stone IPA’s, but this had some unexpected notes of tropical fruit. More on the nose, but definitely there.
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.