RATINGS: 787   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.4/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Our Sculpin IPA is a great example of what got us into brewing in the first place. After years of experimenting, we knew hopping an ale at five separate stages would produce something special. The result ended up being this gold-medal winning IPA, whose inspired use of hops creates hints of apricot, peach, mango and lemon flavors, but still packs a bit of a sting, just like a Sculpin fish.

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2.9
gururyan (726) - Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA - JUN 16, 2017
As one that really likes the habanero flavor, this tasted more like a hot gimmick that does nothing but add some zing to the finish in a way that basically ruins an otherwise great beer.

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MarcoDL (4791) - NETHERLANDS - JUN 10, 2017
UPDATED: JUN 10, 2017 Bottle at tasting. Golden pour. Aroma of spice, mild vanilla, malt and tropical fruit. Taste has some malt and vanilla for a second and than the extreme hot chili kicks in and takes over everything. Everlasting afterburn. This is just habanero water, what a bullshit.

4.1
Beachmaster (546) - Oklahoma, USA - MAY 27, 2017
Bottle into a tulip. Pours a clear light amber, with a medium white head that lasts. Good lacing. Nose is light malt and hop earthiness. Taste is typical IPA at first, and then the habanero kicks in, lasting through the long finish. Very nice

3.9
Axile (126) - SWEDEN - MAY 25, 2017
UPDATED: MAY 25, 2017 Bottle from sb. Pours orange with a medium offwhite head. Lots of tropical fruits in the aroma, mango, pineapple, orangezest, chili and honey. Taste is habanero dominated with some tropical fruits in the background. As a chililover its good but not for thoose affraid of heat.

4
DavidWoodruff (600) - Windsor, California, USA - MAY 21, 2017
Orange with a nice white head. Aroma is of tropical fruit and just a hint of peppers. Habanero dominates the flavor and melds well with the tropical fruit background. Nice heat which is balanced by sweet malt. I was concerned that hop bitterness would get in the way, but it does not. An excellent use of one of the hotter, but more flavorful peppers.

3.3
thejackpacker (417) - East Sussex, ENGLAND - MAY 20, 2017
On tap at Bishops Arms Östersund. It smells like a normal sculpin, maybe with even more wonderful hoppy aroma. Delicious smell. The taste however is just washed away with that insane amount of habernero chilli. I absolutely love spicy food but I’m not sure I want that much sting in my beers. Fascinating for a tiny sample but I could barely finish 100ml. Definitely ruined all the beers to come afterwards. Toned down I’m sure it would be delicious.

3.4
shadey (2125) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAY 15, 2017
12oz bottle. Gold orange with no head. Odd pepper aroma on top of the normal sculpin hops. Flavors are similarly odd mix. Not the best sculpin.

3.9
sir__v (2618) - FRANCE - MAY 14, 2017
Bottle from Beergium.com - Color: clear golden blond beer with small carbonation and small white foam. Smell: sweet and hoppy nose. Small spicy hint. Taste: medium body with a spicy blast, pepper notes and sweet malt balanced with fresh hops. Quite good. Aftertaste: spicy and wet bitterness. Sweet.

3.8
decaturstevo (6240) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - APR 28, 2017
Lightly hazed orange pour. Aroma is bready malt and light pepper. Flavor is semi sweet malt and pepper warmth. Medium bitter and medium heat. Warm and tasty

3.6
bdleedahl (435) - , Saskatchewan, CANADA - APR 28, 2017
Quite spicy, just slightly too peppery i think. Certainly a bit of a burn on the back of the throat, but it's overall a nice beer. Ballast pt SD. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


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