RATINGS: 291   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.46/5   IBU: 60   EST. CALORIES: 177   ABV: 5.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This pale bronze beer is medium in body with intense hop flavor and aroma. Our IPA is brewed in the style of the “west coast” with robust hop character coming from American grown varieties of hops. IPA’s are amongst the most popular craft brewed beers as they have moderate strength and tons of flavor. This is not your Grandfathers beer! 5.9% alcohol by volume, 60 IBUs

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3.4
williamstome (1865) - Somerville, Massachusetts, USA - DEC 13, 2016
Gold pour. Lightly fruity and peachy aroma, flavor of citrus and peach with a bitter finish.

3.7
woodychevy (874) - - DEC 9, 2016
Shared bottle after babysitting. This is a perfectly passable IPA. Just feeling a bit over the style. Has all the right elements- good floral/citrus/ grapefruit hop notes and a decently bitter finish. Caramel dominates. Somewhat malty and seems like higher ABV than it actually is. Fine. Just a bit boring.

3.4
Fatehunter (2561) - Corbett, Oregon, USA - NOV 6, 2016
Pours a half finger of head on a clear straw body. Aroma is clean grains. Taste is nice lemon and grapefruit bitterness. Texture is crisp.

3.4
GarrettB (1581) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 5, 2016
September 26th, 2014 - Devils Backbone’s Eight Point IPA is a fairly standard entry into a good, crisp IPA. Coming from San Diego I appreciated the emphasis on the grapefruit notes without going overboard on the IBUs. The smell was harder to get, since this was consumed straight from the bottle (over board games).

3.2
GenDV138 (7229) - Falls Church, Virginia, USA - OCT 30, 2016
16 oz pour on draft at Hilton McLean Tysons Corner’s Härth Bar. Clear golden orange with off-white head. Aromas of malt, biscuit, floral notes. Tastes of floral notes, biscuit, aged hops, bitter wheat. Medium body with a dry finish. Tastes a bit old or like some macro lager got mixed in.

3.4
ACHops (1566) - Seattle, Washington, USA - OCT 25, 2016
12 oz longneck @ Tri-Cities Airport. Clear medium amber with thin white head. Aroma is toasted caramel malt, big earthy herbal hops. Taste is dark roasty caramel malt; bitter grassy hops. Lingers bitter on the finish. Old school IPA, a bit too malt dominate for my taste, not bad for what it is.

3.6
ComradeK (1230) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - OCT 9, 2016
Draught at Brasserie Brightwell, Easton MD. Pours a hazy golden amber, with a smallish off-white head, which lasts well and leaves decent lacing. The aroma offers spruce and grapefruit hops, with caramel malt. Spruce hops up front lead into a nicely malty body, with plenty of caramel. Grapefruit hops finish it off. Not the most hoppy IPA I’ve had, but it’s very nicely balanced. Quite satisfying.

3.6
sawbuck (724) - Round Lake, Illinois, USA - OCT 9, 2016
05-02-16 bottle date so an older sample. Mild aroma of pine and citrus. Nice deep golden color with a white head. Rich sweet malt up front. Carmel really comes though. Resin, pine bitterness balances nicely. Medium mouthfeel. Finish is a nice balance of sweet and bitter. Nice. Looking forward to a fresh sample.

3.4
teamrunkle (381) - Nova Scotia, CANADA - OCT 3, 2016
From a can. Hazy golden. Plenty of head. Decent IPA. A little too bitter to me.

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italianjohn (3113) - Penndel, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 24, 2016
Clear golden pour with a thin white head and light lacing .... aroma of citrusy hops and light floral hops with caramel malts .... taste has a citrusy and floral hop ... think rindy grapefruit and floral ... light pine .... has some dry hopped backbone and caramel malts ... finish is dry and floral with citrusy and piney hops lingering slightly.... very average and boring


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