alearchist (11) - Scottdale, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 26, 2013
Aroma is spicy from the rye and dank from the hops. Pure and simple. Very complex. Best rye.p.a iíve had yet. Amazing. Shoulda grabbed emí all! ccriley613 (2) - - APR 15, 2013 does not count
Good strong ipa. 7.5 percent alcohol by volume. Leave out of fridge for 10 minutes before drinking. 45 degrees per manufacture. mrohia (256) - Ohio, USA - APR 22, 2013
Dewey's, Dayton, draft. Perfect golden copper cloudy appearance. Great lacing. Incredibly hoppy. Forever lacing. Delicious.
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(tap) hazy yellow/orange colour with a small white head; aromas of citrus, tropical fruit; big, wonderfully balanced flavour with a long very strong bitter finish; beats many imperial/double IPAs Eberndt (235) - - MAY 17, 2014
Nice bready and hoppy flavor. Drank out of bottle barbecuing. Lots of carbonation and good hops/rye balance.
salvaticas (724) - - APR 30, 2013
Bottle. Cloudy appearance, dark orange. Subtle aroma of fruits but very acidic, alcohol tones, but fresh cut grass too. VERY smooth palate, and the taste has great subtle aftertones. This is a winner in my book. TheMaha (57) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUN 6, 2013
This is a beautiful jungle cat! It has claws and cannot be contained in your fridge. It wants out an is going for your throat! Iím a firm believer that great beer begins with aroma. This beast is marking itís territory! Deep and floral, earthy and so full. Truly a delight. The aromas are so complex that they almost defy description. When I poured this into my over-sized tulip from the bottle and took a whiff I was gobsmacked! Grapefruit, pineapple, apricot, are just some of the hop aromas. The rye and malt are right there ready to pounce. Like stuffing completes your Thanksgiving turkey. There is a bread, caramel, and sweet roll current that is out of this world. Pours with a pitch perfect tiger orange color and creamy tiger eye head. Iím well aware that some hopheads donít like balance but in the case of this beer the point is moot. The sweetness of the malts serve as the canvas for the spicy rye and bursts of hop colors. Donít be fooled..there is palate ripping bitterness throughout, from the first taste, to mid swallow and aftertaste. As this RIPA warms it becomes more aggressive and the alcohol is noticeable. Light this one up with a pepper steak or a saucy smoked pork. This Mama Tiger kills and has young to feed. Beware you unsuspecting villagers! AndyW68 (1541) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - MAY 10, 2013
Clear amber with off white head. Grapefruit and herb on the nose. Taste is grapefruit and bitter hops with an underlying rye bite. Very good beer. Would like to have again, but canít see having more than one in a setting. User37895 (3042) - - AUG 8, 2015
Pour on draft in Cleveland at the ballgame was full Amber to brown with a frothy huge head. Aroma of caramel and citrus and pine. Flavor followed with that spicy rye sharp bite. Darned fine. Hop Rod, letís go head to head!!!!! JaBier (7841) - Capital City, Ohio, USA - JUN 20, 2009
On tap at the Great Lakes dinner at the Bethel Rd Winking Lizard on 6/11/09. Iíll be honest, this beer was the whole reason I bought the ticket. Heard good things and really looking forward to trying it. Pours cloudy orange/amber with a medium tan head. Crisp citrus aroma with bready malt notes. Tastes of bread up front, then shifts to sweet malt with a bitter orange finish. Worth it.