jrodooo5 (1672) - DOVER, Delaware, USA - MAY 30, 2014
While not groundbreaking, this is a different and very solid beer! It pours gold w/ a white head that leaves good lacing. The aroma is hoppy w/ some sweetness blended in. The taste is sweet up front but finishes w/ some IPA bitterness. It has a little bit of a Belgian flavor going on. It’s remarkably well balanced. I kinda dig this one! jbruner (4742) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - JUN 24, 2012
Pours a light golden yellow on tap with thin white head that dissipates and little to no lacing. Aroma of belgian yeast and slight hops. Taste follows suit, but the hops are kind of gone. A belgian IPA wannabe. tgncc (3132) - Bellmore, New York, USA - AUG 3, 2012
The aroma is citrus, pepper. The appearance is hazy amber. The flavor is pepper, citrus, lemon especially. The finish is pepper, belgian yeast. Medium in body, slightly thin actually. Pretty good. HeadyDE (843) - Delaware, USA - FEB 1, 2013
Can offering..date 9/30/12 on can bottom..so not exactly freshest offering..light yellow color..pillowy head that dissipates..this sure is a hybrid as it has bits of a white mixed with saison taste profile...aroma of spice..grass.orange..melon..pretty interesting to say the least..not really getting any of the ipa in this..however..does have a fairly refreshing mouthfeel and cleanses the palate..would be much better in warmer weather and I could see this being pretty enjoyable yet fairly generic offering..ok..a fresher draft offering is probably much tastier.. Palidor19 (3188) - Brandon, Florida, USA - JUN 25, 2013
A nice assortment of equal malt and hops but its more of an herbal than bitter. The beer has a bit of orange and coriander. Add adds a good punch at the end
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bigtaster (979) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - JUN 30, 2013
Pours big frothy white head clear gold yellow color, lots of carbonation. Grapefruit hops on the nose some straw, almost vinous. Lighter body, crisp. Flavors are grapefruit, a bit dry, some white grape juice flavors, slightly sweet otakuden (1783) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - NOV 25, 2013
Orange breads under a massive white head that fades lacy, patchy, and rocky. Swirls bubbly and patchy.
Dogbrick (13012) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - MAR 8, 2014
Lemon oils and green grass blades. Crispy white crackers and wheat crisps underneath. Aloe and agave in the back. Sweet Hawaiian rolls. Dew-drops. Key lime and grapefruit oils.
Orange oils followed by orange peel with grass, straw, and bread crusts on top of the tongue. Lemon and grapefruit oils. Deliciously soft chewy bready mouthfeel kissed with just enough sweetness. Fresh agave. Fresh orange slices. Pine and mint in the back.
To date this is still my favorite White IPA and judging by how hard it is to get ones hands on a bottle (or can) when the beer is released proves I am not the only one. Deliciously vibrant and sessionable. The best Blue Point beer yet.
Sample at Rattle N Hum. Hazy straw color with a medium thin white head that evaporates steadily to a film. Spotty lacing on the glass. Aroma of toasted malt, hops and spice. Medium-bodied with flavors of yeast, hops and banana. The finish is mildly bitter with a hoppy aftertaste. Decent overall. fakebeersnob (325) - Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - DEC 22, 2014
Aroma has a yeast and spice smell (not spicy, but a spice I cannot place...coriander?) The head looked quite soapy - very light wheat colored with a lot of carbonation bubbles. This did not make me look forward to tasting. Surprisingly enough, this tasted pretty decent. I would not classify it as an IPA, nor would I grab this when I want one. It is smooth, with a bit of orange or lemon rind, spice, and just very subtle hops in the back. Sticks to the tongue. Overall pretty decent though. Unsure of the pricepoint, as it was a gift. Ron (3959) - Rochester, New York, USA - JAN 25, 2012
On tap at MacGregor’s. It’s a golden pour with a avg. white head with some lacing. Mild hops aroma. Flavor was of some citurs hops with a good aftertaste of the White spices. Nice change from regular IPA’s.