Miły (621) - Kielce, POLAND - MAR 24, 2021
UPDATED: MAR 24, 2021 Butelkowane: 01.10.20 r.; Wypite: 24.03.21 r.
Wygląd: Barwa złota, klarowna. Piana biała, średniej wysokości, drobnopęcherzykowa, opada do pierścienia, pozostawia lekki lacing.
Aromat: Średnio lotny, ale ułożony. Przed szereg wysuwa się średnia słodowość chlebowa, skórki chleba, toffi i nut jasnego karmelu uzupełniona cytrusami - cytryną, grejpfrutem, pomarańczą i limonką oraz żywicą, sosną. Całość wsparta lekkim mango, brzoskwinią i ananasem.
Smak: Składowe podobnie jak w aromacie z jeszcze wyraźniej zaznaczoną, przyjemną słodowością. W ustach półsłodkie, treściwość średnia, zauważalnie gładka, wysycenie średnioniskie. Goryczka średnia, żywiczna, średniej długości, subtelnie zalegająca. Finisz wytrawny, goryczkowy z lekką słodowością, nutą pomarańczy i mango.
Ogólnie: Zdecydowanie po słodowej, ale całkiem przyjemnej stronie. Cytrusowo-żywiczny chmiel z nutami owoców egzotycznych uzupełnia słodowość. Idiosynkrasie (12866) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - MAR 8, 2021
UPDATED: MAR 8, 2021 355ml bottle. Opalescent, dark orangey, golden to amber colour wiht average, thick, creamy, moderately to mostly lasting, moderately lacing, white head. Piney, resinous, and citrusy fruity, hoppy, aroma, notes of pineapple with a minimal touch of white jelly bears, some lemon and grapefruit, pale and caramel malty background, a touch of almond. Taste is sweet-ish, pale and caramel malty, fruity and citrusy, minimally piney and grassy hoppy, hoppy notes take some time to slowly build up to full shape via melon and the addition of lemon, orange, mandarine, grapefruit, pineapple, a touch of strawberry, lychee, to finally cultivate a plethora of fruitiness; quite some hop bitterness appears in the finish as the fruity flavous slowly fade out; a minimally warming, alcoholic touch in the finish can't be denied.
Oily texture, smooth and soft, minimally cloying palate, fine, mildly prickly carbonation.
Flattering sweetness, displays a wide spectrum of fruity (and resinous) hop flavours. Ultimately addictive, my glass is empty before I was able to capture the full complexity of this beer - tremendous. Oct-Kx9 (13) - - MAR 3, 2021
UPDATED: MAR 3, 2021 Bottle after smelling the is rich hop flavour with citrus and a little bit of alcohol taste, pour is golden and transparent liquor body, rich foam, head of wine is very good-looking, after the entrance and the smell is the same hop flavor, full-bodied, is medium bodied, quite thick, not thin, very smooth, hop flavor is a little bitter and alcohol after feeling, if drink is not ice, bitter and alcohol feeling will be more prominent than ice before. Generally speaking, this wine has a very prominent hop flavor. Those who like the hop fragrance can try it. The price is not expensive, and it is also suitable for daily drinking. Individuals like to drink after ice, alcohol and bitterness will be diluted some, novice words are not recommended to drink this directly, after all, bitterness and alcohol for beginners is not friendly TkmLinus (509) - POOLER, Georgia, USA - FEB 7, 2021
UPDATED: FEB 7, 2021 12 oz bottle. Smells of caramel and light pine. Crystal clear and copper colored. Tastes of caramel and hops. Light citrus, pine, and malts. Quite smooth for such high abv. Finish has a mild bitter kick, surprising given the 90 ibus. Quite enjoyable. Wendigo (3614) - Bratislava, SLOVAKIA - DEC 18, 2020
UPDATED: DEC 18, 2020 Bottle. Malty and hoppy aroma and taste, caramel, resin, citrus fruit, light sweet notes, medium bitter. Medium to full body, malty and hoppy bitter finish with light alcohol warming notes. Good.
midovark (3508) - Budapest, HUNGARY - SEP 26, 2020
UPDATED: SEP 26, 2020 Can share at the annual hop harvest at Vál. Pours copper with off-white head. Nose is caramel and biscuity malts, booze and resinous hops. Taste is a nice combination of the sweet notes of caramel, biscuits nd booze and the bitter hoppy notes of citruses and pine. Starts off sweet but then turns bitter pretty quickly, closing with this latter. Full bodied with soft to average carbonation, classic sipper. Tasty DIPA that's pretty old-school by now. MacNJ (329) - New Jersey, USA - JUL 2, 2020
UPDATED: JUL 2, 2020 Nose is sweet candied malt joy. There’s a hint if hop punch. Amber color with a thin, almost nonexistent head. Explosion on hops and pine on he first couple of sips. I haven’t had this in years; I had it on tap at the brewery perhaps in 2005. The harsh pine needle finish began to mellow as it settled. Boozy presence, yet balanced well. It’s like an amped up Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Cheers! hayayoshi (602) - Colorado, USA - JUN 18, 2020
UPDATED: JUN 18, 2020 Aroma is passion fruit, tropical, guava, citrus and hops. Clear, orange and amber in color. Taste is citrus, sweet, hoppy, berry, bubblegum, and floral. Like a double IPA and dubbel made together. capted (53) - - MAY 16, 2020
UPDATED: MAY 16, 2020 Draft drawn into a 32oz jug then pretty
aggressively poured into a snifter. The result was a clear, burnt amber body topped by a lush, 1-inch, off-white head supported by loads of tiny, upward streaming bubbles. Despite the big ABV, the head hung around and left fleeting curtains of lace. In my view, 90 Minute always has been and still is the chameleon of IPAs, wonderfully evolving as it warms. Early aromas of citrusy grapefruit and pungent pine eventually yield to notes of sweet caramel and roasted malts. The taste seems reversed - caramel, raisins and figs early - and a mild, but persistent, lingering resinous pine at the finish. The only hint of alcohol is a pleasantly spreading warmth. The mouthfeel is silky smooth and creamy. This is an expertly crafted, wonderfully balanced example of the brewer’s art at its best.
marchbrown (213) - - MAY 6, 2020
UPDATED: MAY 6, 2020 A Classic new American imperial IPA that has stood the test of more recent time to become a favorite.