Northern Monk / Boundary Patrons Projects 5.04 Yorkshire Farmhouse IPA

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Brewed by Northern Monk Brew Co.
Style: IPA - Session (ISA)
Leeds, England

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RATINGS: 19   MEAN: 3.54/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.44/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 105   ABV: 3.5%
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Description: In celebration of their National Day, we invited Belfast's Boundary Brewery to take over the taps at the Refectory and it seemed only fitting that we brew a beer together to mark the occasion. We wanted a beer with masses of flavour but also masses of drinkability which you can enjoy long into the Spring evenings. Making up a complex malt grist of extra pale, vienna, wheat and oats all tied together with the Dupont yeast strain and some maltodextrin for body. Topped with an international array of our favourite hops, we aimed to make a light beer which remains full bodied and bustling with flavour and funky aroma!

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3.2
ManVsBeer (13888) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAR 8, 2019
UPDATED: MAR 8, 2019 Keg @ 10 Devonshire Place, Harrogate. Hazed yellow-blonde in colour. Has good gravity which provides a full tropical fruitiness, albeit a coconut sugary one.

3.4
fonefan (57854) - VestJylland, DENMARK - OCT 7, 2018

Can 440ml. @ [ (PBF XII Tasting.) by oh6gdx ] - Petalax, Finland.

[ As Northern Monk / Boundary Patrons Projects 5.04 Yorkshire Farmhouse IPA ].
Unclear light to medium yellow colour with a large, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, white head. Aroma is moderate malty, wheat, moderate hoppy, citrus, citric, moderate yeasty, saison yeast, minerals. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a long duration, fruity yeast, citric, saison yeast, minerals. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft. [20180707]
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3.5
cgarvieuk (30489) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 18, 2018
can at cropredy 2018 Friday.. Amber... Soft orange fruits nose.. Light bitter orange.. Heavy orange light yeasty fruit

3.2
Fin (12361) - Attenkirchen, GERMANY - AUG 10, 2018
Can courtesy of Craig, consumed at Cropredy, Fairport Conventions Annual Reunion, Cropredy, Oxon, Thursday 9th August 2018 shared with Pours gold with a white head, a touch lemony and a little bit thin. Dry finish, ok but not really my thing, carbonation is a bit light. A6 A4 T7 P3 Ov12. 3.2

3.9
rauchbierlover (1306) - Berlin, GERMANY - JUL 30, 2018
Thanks Beersiveknown (EU Summer Santa 2018). 440 ml can. Hazy yellow body with a good, tall, persistent white head. Aroma is citrus, mango, gooseberry and some pineapple. Taste reveals its farmhouse side: earthy and vinous notes mix very well with the hoppy side of the ipa (lots of grapefruit). Dry, mineral-wise finish. Body is medium, flat carbonation.

4.3
dflb (202) - California, USA - JUL 15, 2018
UPDATED: JUL 15, 2018 Acquired at Stone Mini Market for £4.00, Yorkshire Farmhouse IPA is from the Northern Monk Patrons Project 5.04, brewed collaboratively between Ricky Lightfoot, Three Peaks Mountain Race Edition, Northern Monk, and Boundary. The air reveals a low funk, citrus, and apricot as you drink. The appearance is a straw yellow, and pours a luxurious white head that takes a while to dissipate. The alcohol content is 3.5%. The complexion is very watery with an apricot character to the mouthfeel. Tangerine has a low citrus bite on the take and becomes more apparent as the finish dries. The farmhouse yeast makes the body come across saison-like along with a low funk on the exhale. Lemon is a constant undertone and picked out with the watery aspect to the finish. Wheat is felt prominently with the body. Yorkshire Farmhouse IPA is a pleasant and tamed IPA. The body has a rich water complexion which encapsulates the tangerine, apricot, and farmhouse yeast flavors. The finish is complex as the water remains and brings out the citrus as it dries. This beer is extremely different due to its watered down character. This will not appeal to those who like their IPAs hoppy or rich with citrus, but I enjoyed it as the farmhouse yeast blends very well with the water. If you are looking for new IPA experience, I highly recommend trying this. Cheers. Prost. Drink for the love of beer. For more beer reviews, visit my blog “Drink For the Love of Beer.”

3.9
JackMandarin (629) - Aberdour, SCOTLAND - JUL 8, 2018
UPDATED: JUL 9, 2018 Can from Honestbrew. Pours with a light haze. Golden yellow. Fluffy and bright head that fades slowly. Light earthy yeast with a saison-y slant. Soft citrus hops. Pithy lemon. Mellow background tropicality with light mango being the most prominent. Taste has more sweet citrus upfront. Lightly funky. Malted bread. Turns drier towards the finish with more of that spicy yeast character. Long, refreshing citrus finish. Lots of substance for the strength. Foamy carbonation. Decent weight in the body. Quality sip-in-the-sunshine quaffer. Another excellent Patrons project offering.

2.9
TBone (21054) - Pori, FINLAND - JUL 7, 2018
Can 440ml in pbf xii. A bit hazy yellow colour, small white head. Hayish, lemongrass aroma. Light-bodied. Citruz, fruityness, light funkyness. Simple.

3.4
Hermod (10777) - Vantaa, FINLAND - JUL 7, 2018
440ml can @PBF XII. Poured hazy golden color with a thick white head. Citrusy lime aroma, juicy fruits. Flavor has citrusy hops, floral notes, grapefruit. Light, good refreshing taste.

2.6
omhper (28428) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JUL 7, 2018
Canned at PBF XII. Hazy pale golden, huge lively head. Rich aroma of of tangerine and coconut. Sweet with light body and clean, rounded mouthfeel. Jellybeans and apricot, some tangerine. Low bitterness. Candyish.


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