nickbean (1) - - MAR 24, 2014 does not count
Savage beer. One of the best double ipa I’ve had. Galway bay brewery got it right again. mcdonaghshane (2) - - APR 7, 2015 does not count
Very complex flavours, citrus fruit in a big way! Blood orange, a hint of pine and a refreshingly bitter finish! luksow (68) - Warszawa, POLAND - DEC 17, 2015
Probably the best beer I’ve ever tried. Great aroma, taste, hoppiness. The only thing I miss about Ireland. I wish it was popular worldwide. hoptimusPrimed (155) - SPAIN - JAN 2, 2015
Fantastic aroma of citrus, with a golden colour. Strong hops but not overpowering the other flavours Seaneh (6) - IRELAND - NOV 16, 2013 does not count
I think this beer is damned near perfection and probably the best beer I’ve had from any Irish Brewery, definitely the best Pale Ale I’ve had from an Irish brewery anyway.
A full on hopbomb with big pine and citrus flavours followed by a sweet malt profile and finishes dry and bitter. This big, bold beer from the West coast of Ireland would proudly hold it’s own with the big boys form the West Coast of the Us.
ChrisMagnets (1) - - DEC 12, 2013 does not count
Super hoppy, but balanced really well with a strong malt profile and citrus notes, leaving a refreshing bite and lingering taste. hutman (6) - IRELAND - JAN 3, 2014 does not count
I’ve had this on draught a few times. This is the best Irish beer ever brewed, a beautiful big bold double IPA, hoppy goodness. Godzillalad (29) - - MAY 2, 2014
This beer is the right combination of sweet hoppy and strong, I’ve been peeled out of too many taxis drunk in this beverages siren like aroma
micheal95 (3) - IRELAND - FEB 4, 2015 does not count
Fantastic aroma of sweet mangos, a complex taste with the malt and the hops battling in the mouth. Very smooth, doesn’t taste like 8.5% abv. Metalflake (73) - Les Coteaux, Quebec, CANADA - APR 1, 2015
500ml bottle brought back on the plane from Ireland. Damn, this is a good DIPA! Deep hazy orange, poured into a shaker, with a 1-inch white head that lasted almost all the way to the bottom of the glass. Hugely hoppy and bitter, with aromas of citrus, pineapple and pine sap. Malty enough to support the hops, and the ABV of 8.5% adds heat to the finish. I’ve heard this may be the best beer in Ireland - I can believe that. Very, very good.