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RATINGS: 25   MEAN: 3.36/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.31/5   IBU: 62   EST. CALORIES: 192   ABV: 6.4%
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2.5
Crit (4049) - Surrey, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 20, 2017
Hazy amber,small beige head. Musty hop nose. Light malt palate fruity notes,Medium bitter end but something is off. A poor effort here

3.7
tmoreau (4593) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - JUN 15, 2017
On tap at the Beer Cellar in Glen Ellyn, IL., and dispensed to a snifter showing a clear & fairly bright, deep, orangey/gold hue that was almost amber, a finger’s width of soft white froth that gradually reduced to a persistent ring & film, with dots & ribbons of lacing. The nose was initially fruity and preserve-like sweetness, passion fruit that wasn’t overwhelming, but a player in the pit fruit, tropical, and berry-like presentation, elevated by a bit of tartness. Medium bodied, with decent carbonation, the taste was similar, but less sweet. I especially appreciated the moderate, but well incorporated citrus & rind-like bitterness that remained steady throughout the flavor.

3
scarletfire65 (1491) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 12, 2017
Draft at Kasey’s Tavern in Chicago. Aroma is vague tropical fruits. A tart-ish IPA with lots of juicy tropical fruit flavors. Ehhh, it’s ok.

3.1
mcberko (18583) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 4, 2017
On tap at VCBW Festival 2017, pours a clear copper golden with a small off-white head. Aroma brings out dank, herbal hops, and biscuity malt in the back - no notice of passionfruit. Flavour is fruitier, with a decent mix of stone fruit juiciness, dank hops, light pot-like character and biscuity malt. Fairly dry, yet juicy. Decent.

3.6
jbruner (5124) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - JUN 2, 2017
Pours a clear golden orange on tap with bubbly white head that leaves moderate lace. Aroma of tropical and citrus hop notes, but I don’t think I’d place it as passion fruit, with bready malt behind. Taste follows, a nice new school IPA that you would call tropical, but hard to place. Decent.

3.1
eruizgarcia (355) - - MAY 26, 2017
A little disappointing in that the passion fruit is just not there. You'd never guess this is a passion fruit beer. Lots of citrus and bitterness, more grapefruit than anything. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.8
slowrunner77 (12594) - Reno, Nevada, USA - MAY 23, 2017
Clear orange. Passionfruit is up front on the nosem yet still fairly subtle...well balanced. Drinks more like a pale ale than an ipa, but that works well as there doesn’t have to be a ton of fruit for it to come through. I found myself thinking Deschutes brewers brew with a deft hand while drinking this.

3.9
AgentAle (1807) - Alberta, CANADA - MAY 19, 2017
Aroma is as advertised lots of passion fruit, peach and apricot. Taste is light honey and caramel. Slight tartness on finish but overall well balanced.Appearance is a clear gold by with a frothy pearl head that retains well.

3.5
DialSquare (5123) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - MAY 17, 2017
Draft from Giant Eagle, Grandview: orange with white head. aroma of bready, earthy, citrus. tastes are grapefruit, grassy, little passion fruit. light bitter and dry.

3.1
piscator34 (2622) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - MAY 12, 2017
Draft at the brewery. Gold in colour with medium carbonation. Decent level of passionfruit and floral aromatic notes, along with some mellow pale malt. Quite round on the palate with the blend of pale malt and tropical elements coming across as fairly sweet. A bit of grassy bitterness on the back end, but definitely lacking some zip.


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