You can say that again… try riding a bike along the boardwalk, dodging folks and dogs, whilest enjoying a beverage and taking a photo…all for the sake of art.
Look what was found in the back of the beer drawer. Held up well from a canning date of 19 Aug 2020.
Not sure how long this has been in the beer drawer. I’m sure the hops have mellowed a bit, but still quite nice. Nose was a mix floral and pine, which followed through on taste. Nice hop bitterness that lingered just long enough to encourage another sip. Would not have guessed 8.5% ABV.
The nose is a rush of sweet juicy citrus. Super soft mouth-feel with notes of tropical fruit. Nice balance where it doesn’t taste sweet but also very low bitterness. 6.7% ABV. Well done.
A nice 4.8% ABV session IPA made in the DDH hazy style by the fine folks at North Park Beer Co. Nice grapefruit notes.
North Park Beer Co’s 4th anniversary beer is a super juicy hazy triple IPA with nice notes of pineapple and mango. Though you can smell the alcohol I would not have guessed 10% ABV. It’s like a prize for being good today.
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..
A tasty double dry hopped west coast IPA. 7.4% ABV. Yum
Super juicy with a bodacious nose and palate, all packed it a tiny 16oz can of goodness. Quite good.
A 5% lager made using Mosaic hops. Though not much of a fan of lagers in general, in the last few months we’ve tried some really good ones and wanted to give it a try. It’s ok, but nothing great. I won’t dump it, but likely won’t buy again.