…come on!, it’s a Celebration (fresh hop IPA). The most wonderful time of the year…fresh hop beer season.
A bit to much malty, almost caramel like, sweetness for my tastebuds at the moment. Not bad enough to dump, but likely won’t invest in another bottle this year.
I greatly enjoyed this offering from Sierra Nevada. The pale malt body is quite different than most of their choices, and showcases the hop characteristics well. Pleasent mild bitterness, with juicy flavors of citrus and freshly cut grass.
While it is true, I’ve not had Torpedo in a while.. .I’m enjoying this offering more than I recall liking Torpedo. Lighter malt I’m thinking. And it has that 8% ABV thing going for it.
Yep, it’s that time of year again…Brussels sprouts stalks, and wet hop beers…oh, and Sierra Nevada’s Celebration IPA on shelves while it lasts.
I liked it. The pale malt body with no malty sweetness makes it different from most Sierra Nevada IPA category offerings. Pleasant hop flavors.
An annual treat from the fine folks at Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.
A nice malty 8% ABV imperial IPA from Sierra Nevada. I’m surprised I haven’t heard of it before now.
Brewed with Neomexicanus Hops, this is Sierra Nevada’s 5th of their 5 beer Harvest series. I’m enjoying it. Though a past version smelled strongly of marijuana, this one is less so.
The fourth out of five beer series from Sierra Nevada. Not even gonna dirty a glass, n drink it right out of da jug. 24oz of yummy 6.8% wet hop IPA for $5.99 plus crv n tax = good deal.