RATINGS: 2535   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.55/5   IBU: 55   EST. CALORIES: 177   ABV: 5.9%
Our IPA recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India were highly hopped to preserve their distinct taste during the long journey. The result, quite simply a hop lover’s dream. And this classic ale adds a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle, to ensure that the long hop finish is one you’ll remember.

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2DaMtns (17) - Illinois, USA - MAY 15, 2010
I just didn’t like this one. IPA’s are not my favorite style, but this was in the multipack I bought and I wanted to try it out. I really like DFH 90 min IPA, but not this one. It was bitter and offered little enjoyment to me. In fact, I drank half and poured the rest out.

PhatB420 (840) - Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 15, 2010
This was from a green bottle in a 6pack, pours an IPA color in its purest form, so delitcate with rich hues and strong tan and shade undertones. Taste is impeccable to the exteme, a smooth, low key hop taste at first settles with wonderful thunder with the after taste. Small head that sticks around through the whole brew, that makes it easier to go back and endulge more. Great beer.

PictouRx (181) - Ontario, CANADA - MAY 14, 2010
Had this in NYC, at Joshua Tree bar, I was surprised this was so good. It pours gold color, decent head. It had floral, caramel aroma, slightly bitter hoppy tones in the taste. A smooth beer overall, I would drink this regularly on tap.

RickTStiles (826) - Houston, Texas, USA - MAY 14, 2010
UPDATED: JUL 16, 2011 Pours clear pale amber with a thick, creamy white head and excellent lacing. Aroma is oranges, candy sugar, and hops with floral notes. Body is medium full with a complex hoppy taste balanced well against subtle caramel and orange peel. finish is tingly and bitter with some lingering sweetness. Nice!

Beerman6686 (6607) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 11, 2010
This poured a darker yellow to orange color with a white head. Aroma was a decnt nose of light citrus hops and some lemony character. Flavor was a nice mix of bittering and citrusy and a bit dank triple C hops. A little less than I was expecting but I think this might have been a bit old.

bierslaaf (105) - Somerset West, SOUTH AFRICA - MAY 10, 2010
On tap at Clayborn pub. Burnt Amber clear pour with medium lasting white head. Lots of citrus and resin in the aroma. Medium bitterness, nice full body with lingering hoppy finish.

philbertk (1873) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAY 7, 2010
Goose Island India Pale Ale--Goose Island Classics--2005 12 oz. Bottle. 5.90% ABV. 58 IBU’s (4.25 / 5.0) Mild lace head. Bottled Conditioned slightly hazy bright dark golden color. Earthy floral hop front. Rich smooth creamy malty caramel mild sweet body. Earthy spicy citrus hop end. Bitter balanced English? Hops. Mild fruit. Sampled 9/3/2005

Forsberg_dk (258) - DENMARK - MAY 7, 2010
35,5 cl bottle, pours a clear golden with a tiny head, medium bitterness, pretty light drinkable and decent beer.

skoisirius (1909) - Earth, Washington, USA - MAY 3, 2010
It exists to be enjoyed. Beer that is. I mean hops are really fucking cool. Seriously.

sm89walt (2065) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAY 2, 2010
12oz bottle. Poured a lightly hazy, effervescent golden orange with a medium sized, lasting white head leaving a fair lacing. Lovely fresh, green hops aromas of grapefruit, pine and marmalade backed by a pleasant sweetness. Hops seemed more muted on the tongue than the aroma implied, beginning with lemon and orange and finishing on a zesty, mid-bitter hop note. Not overdone, restrained and enjoyable. Quite dry and crisp on the palate with a medium length, balanced finish.

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