glennf1111 (1) - Palm City, Florida, USA - MAR 11, 2017 does not count
Crisp taste, great IPA for the golf course. Very satisfying. I think it’s the perfect IPA when your looking for a lower alcohol content but still want that bold flavor. LaPelos (37) - Madrid, SPAIN - MAR 10, 2017
Lata de 350cc. Aroma frutal muy agradable. Ligera, poco cuerpo y muy fácil de beber. Amargor moderado, con final algo seco y persistencia media. Para tomar a diario AVLarsen (167) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAR 10, 2017
Bottle. A fantastic IPA with all the fruity bitterness it should have. Long aftertaste. Highly recommended for hops fans. Excellent to a snack. Rex_Remes (212) - Bonyhad, HUNGARY - MAR 6, 2017
UPDATED: APR 19, 2017 (12oz can ... From a 15 pack for $15) AROMA: fresh, crisp hops. pine/resin, citrus, Some smokiness and spices, APPEARANCE: golden light Amber, just a tad cloudy, decent creamy head with lingering. TASTE: medium malt, some sweet grain, touch of roasty and toasty, green/grass, fair amount of hop flavor and associated bitterness, PALATE: medium body, good balance, a bit soft/smooth in the middle. OVERALL: a solid IPA. Not as complex as some but decent front and finish, not overpowering but definitely multiple notches better than many beers. A very drinkable IPA that has enough hop/malt characteristics to stand up for itself. balloonbuffoon (314) - - MAR 6, 2017
Paid a little less than $2 for a 19.2floz can packaged on 01.12.2017. An ordinary light ale for an ordinary pint glass. It’s a pale gold with a light citrus zest aroma. Definitely works as leisure beer. This ale has a light body, and flavors of lemon zest and an inoffensive tinniness. I get somewhat annoyed with the proliferation of session IPAs". Call them what they really are American blonde ales. A good fallback option for whatever the reason.
Ronritter (724) - Blaine, Minnesota, USA - MAR 2, 2017
on tap pours golden color with white head grassy malt aroma tastes of grass and slight hops. markofgilead (1) - - FEB 28, 2017 does not count
three words: sour pine needles
Ok , so now i[ll admit maybe ’I’ fucked up. I bought it last night. fell asleep before putting in fridge. Today i threw it in fridge after it already reached room temp. Anyway, now it’s a sour ass pine needle. but so much so i really don’t think i can blame that on any "skunk" factor. Am I wrong? should i invest in another go? Thoughts appreciated. Cuz right now it’s way too fn blue spruce for me. meccahh69lol (218) - New Haven, Connecticut, USA - FEB 28, 2017
this is a quite solid beer and another fine entry in Founders portfolio of excellent brews. It pours and smells like your typical session ipa/light pale ale, golden with a little limey, piney whiff. It goes down smooth and clear with a hoppy kinda taste, I guess. I like this one. It’s one ya can really knock back a few and not get too drunk, which can be useful or a hindrance depending on the quality of the WWE PPV you are trying to watch at the moment. Still its a useful tool in the toolbelt of your refrigerator of tools. One of my favorite session IPAs, second only to Lagunitas Day Time. Walberla (37) - Alingsås, SWEDEN - FEB 26, 2017
Nice and not so strong. Exotic fruits and a longlasting taste. An ale for all days. poisoneddwarf (2511) - Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, USA - FEB 24, 2017
12 oz bottle, thanks anderson01. Founders finally comes to the Pacific Northwest. Bottled a bit more than two months ago. Aroma starts out a little vague, but it opens up a bit after a couple minutes, becoming slightly floral, citrusy, grainy, tropical fruit, spicy. Pours hazy golden-orange with a small white head that reduces to a cap of foam after a minute. Taste is lightly bitter with lots of citrus, tropical fruit, grainy flavors. Harsh prickly carbonation. Very nice for this style.