Pale orange, fruity hoppy and strong. A bold, unapologetically hoppy northwest-style IPA. Brewed with Pale, Munich and Crystal malts with a portion of sugar. Bittered and finished with Chinook, Centennial and whole flower Cascade hops all over the place.
Pour a orange rusty amber. The nose is pine. The pallet has a apricot and peach flavor with a bit of floral grapefruit and pine. The finish is quite bitter, astringent, an tannic. Like a over steeped tea. Not my favorite Elysian IPA
On tap. Poured a golden color with a smaller sized off white head. Aromas of dried pile of leaves, earthy, some citrus, and lighter spices. Tastes of citrus, earth, some nuts, and lighter spices. Thinner and watery.
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