RATINGS: 264   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.57/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
This is a tasty tribute to a beloved and iconic beer style - the India Pale Ale. The style goes 200 years back - has been through every spectrum of the flavor palette and had it’s ups and downs on the IBU scale. This time around we re-created a contemporary style IPA - basically the taste of the perfect IPA right now. Understated hop flavors, fruity and crisp. The future is now.

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vinivini (3348) - Gomel, BELARUS - SEP 15, 2017
Can. Cloudy golden ale. Soapy white head. Good retention. Aroma: danky fruit, dough, some fresh resin, distant honey. Light to medium body. Soft carbonation. Rather dry taste. Subtle honey starting. Dough in the middle. Hoppy ending. Resin, grapefruit. Solid still soft bitterness. Hugely drinkable and refreshing. This is the IPA how I like it even though it may not be the ever best of style.

drjay44 (3988) - Salida, Colorado, USA - SEP 14, 2017
12 oz. can. Batch #013. Pours a medium, well retained off white head, over a hazy yellow (SRM 3) body.....nose initially is fruit with citrus peach tones, evolving quickly, to grass, dank tones, moderate allium, minimal malts, balance heavily to the hops.....taste is mild malts, with light cracker, dank grass, light pine, allium, finishing with moderate hop bitterness, balance to the hops......mouth feel, medium body, no alcohol, moderate carbonation. The hops are dominant, and have an unpleasant allium in both aroma and flavor. A change in the hop profile would improve the beer as would a slightly more present malt backbone. BJCP 5/3/9/4/5

cheap (6339) - CHINA - SEP 6, 2017
Let me ask you, how often do you find yerself drinkin stupid contemporary ubiquitous IPA because its everywhere? I do all the time and I don't even care for the style. So what about the color? I'll give it a 2 because its probably pale yellow, cloudy if I'm lucky. If you think otherwise, I'll raise the number, just beermail me. Smell? Right from the can, it is mildly sweet hop perfume, no sign of recent hop BO, BTW, of which I am glad. Totally big dull hop, past its 24 hours of freshness to be effective, first impression. Yes, big hops, what else is to be expected of an IPA except that many IPA try to be a double IPA? Some kind of big civilized attempt? Forget about it, this is just another big dull, past the week of expected, hop tasting bonanza. So be it. What else can be erected, oops I mean expected? Nothing.

fombe89 (4567) - Asturias, SPAIN - SEP 3, 2017
Lata. @Cimmeria, Oviedo 31/08/2017 BBD: ---.
Color amarillo con una corona de espuma blanca, aromas citricos frutales con notas tropicales, lupulo, sabor citrico con notas herbales, cuerpo medio.

Lowenbrau (4933) - Asturias, SPAIN - AUG 30, 2017
12fl oz can @Cimmeria, Oviedo. 30-08-2017.
Batch: #071? hard to see.
In short: fruity acid IPA.
Did I enjoy it: yes.
Pours hazy bright gold with frothy white head. Moedrate to long head retention, good lacing. Fruity nose, peachy, citrusy, mango, some acid notes. Medium body, high carbonation, slick texture. Taste is moderate bitter, fruity, againn tropical fruit and citrusy, some acid fruity notes, dry finish.

77ships (11904) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - AUG 25, 2017
355 ml. can – drank from the can. Canning date is impossible to read. Nose is murky oddly stale yeast, milky grapefruit peel, old medicine. Taste is far too heavy on stale yeast, feels like old yeast, bitter plaster, grapefruit peel,… Fresh, all of the other Evil Twin cans from that shipment at the store were very fresh, stored col etc. Still heavy yeast, plaster, old medicine, oddly feels like an older old school IPA to me. Not what I expected at all, given the tittle it seems like a cynical joke on NEIPA’s. I didn’t get it or the high score on here but my taste in IPA’s tends to diverge heavily from the standard, still I felt shorted.

Bebum (1195) - Massachusetts, USA - AUG 12, 2017
Hazy straw. Assertive and beautiful nose; resiny, sweet. Light to medium body, mild but well defined flavor, neutral mouthfeel with low heat, great carbonation, long and elegantly tasty finish. Bitter, dry but well balanced with background malt, too low acidity. Complex and quality hoppy flavors, resiny, salad greens, fruity malt, pear. Delightful, just what one would expect from the style. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

Onslow (1565) - Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA - AUG 9, 2017
Pour from a 12oz can. SLightly hazy golden brew with white head. Aroma is tropical fruit, peach, cookie dough, a little resin. taste is mild doughy malt up front, a little bitter and overripe fruit in the middle, ends with tropical fruit notes and weakly emerging resin and earth. Enjoyable.

tderoeck (11163) - Gent, BELGIUM - JUL 22, 2017
24/VI/17 - 33cl can from Bierhalle Deconinck (Vichte) @ home - BB: n/a (2017-946)

Clear blond beer, big fizzy aery off-white head, falls down pretty quickly, bit adhesive. Aroma: sweet, ripe tropical fruits, mango, some passion fruit, sweet caramel malts, bit piny and resinous, grapefruit notes, some kiwi. MF: soft carbon, medium body. Taste: fruity start, peach, pineapple juice, some banana, bitter, grapefruit, nice stuff, pretty dank as well. Aftertaste: hoppy, little malty, some caramel, bitter, more grapefruit, resinous, some citrus, dry finish, lots of pineapple juice. Me like a lot!

chinchill (5545) - South Carolina, USA - JUL 20, 2017
On tap at the Pour Taproom (SC). Pours with a slightly hazy golden body that’s topped by a creamy, semi-durable white head. Medium+ carbonation; medium-light body. Lots of citrus and cut grass in the aroma and flavor, but The flavor is milder and cleaner than the aroma suggests. Mild bitterness for style.

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