cathcacr (650) - Washington, USA - OCT 19, 2010
Very yummy, just a very nice rendering of a very good beer-lover’s style. Sticky-syrupy texture with thick semi-sweet hop flavor and wonderful balance. Dangerously drinkable. philbertk (1873) - Seattle, Washington, USA - OCT 2, 2010
Bridgeport Brewing Company--Hop Harvest Ale--From Field To Brew In One Hour--Triple Hopped Imperial Style--Bridgeport Big Brews Release--2010 22 oz. Bottle 6.56% ABV. 75 IBU’s? (4.5 / 5.0) Wet Hop Ale. Rich big foamy lacy rejuvenating white head. Fizz hazed swirling bubbly bright orange color. Huge sweet floral fruit hop aromatic front. Sweet fresh hop mellow orange juice grapefruit grass pine hint ester zesty body. Clean dry refreshing tangy hop spice end. Sampled 10/2/2010. $5.59 Each Purchased @ Fred Meyer--Ballard on 10/2/2010.
Caskalefan (168) - Bellingham, Washington, USA - OCT 3, 2010
At last, after twenty six years, Bridgeport has come up with a product I’d definitely buy again.
Very floral with notes of cedar, black pepper, orange, grapefruit, a hint of coriander, and a long, powerful finish.
The blurb on the label claims "From field to brew in one hour" referring to the Centennial hops, and it tastes like that.
This beer might be overdone (especially at only 6.56% abv), but because it’s a Bridgeport ale (big flavor has never been their strong suit), the flavor remains perfectly restrained and refreshing.
davidajensen (206) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAR 18, 2012
So Bridgeport IPA is in my top 3 favorite beers for its the citrus infused hops and the easy drinkability. This beer is an amped up version of the standard IPA. Very citrusy, a great woodsy aroma, a thick cloudy yellowish haze...mmmm. The malts and hops are well balanced and leave a clean aftertaste for an Imperial IPA. A keeper for sure. Gooney (389) - Portland, Oregon, USA - SEP 18, 2010
Pint (2) at the brewpub - Very nice floral aroma with a hint of orange peel. Tastes like summer rolling into fall. It has a very fresh feel to it. I love wet hopped beer!
waltersrj (280) - Washington, USA - OCT 5, 2010
22 oz bomber from QFC on Mercer (Seattle).
Pours a deep golden honey color with slight red/brown hue and a frothy white head. The nose is pine, grass, black pepper, light spinach, floral hops, and a sweet honey/caramel malt. The taste is pine, grass, and spinach initially and transitions into some slight pepper, floral hops, and slightly bitter grapefruit, which finishes with a delicious, slightly sweet caramel malt and a dry piney hop aftertaste. Great seasonal ipa. I love the fresh hop taste. beersearcher (2383) - Glendale, California, USA - JAN 2, 2011
I now wish that I had bought more of this but I am glad to have tasted this. Pours an orange shade and the bouquet is very woodsy. The taste is very light and buoyant. Citrus notes and chamomile. Just a terrific IPA with a touch of bitterness. poisoneddwarf (2710) - Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, USA - OCT 30, 2011
Bomber. Bought at Fred Meyer in CDA, ID. Pours hazy cantaloupe with a large rocky lacy off-white head with great retention. Aroma is clean; it’s faintly piney, citrusy, floral and bready. I was hoping for something really resinous and in your face. Taste is bittersweet. Not your typical IPA. There’s something here in the mix that sets this apart from most IPAs. I like it. It tastes fresh. I wish the brewery would put a brewed on date on the bottle so I knew just how fresh it is. Palate is sticky, carbonation is average. Really good, I just wish the aroma was more pungently hoppy. rwargo24 (7) - - JUN 17, 2012 does not count
Not as hoppy as I would have liked, given "hop" is in the name, but wasn’t bad compared to all the beer I’ve had. It is a little less hoppy for a "hoppy" beer, but still pleasant to drink.