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RATINGS: 440   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.61/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 45   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Hop-forward and San Diego inspired, this is our brewers’ homage to their local craft beer corridor. Uniquely floral and fruity notes from Warrior, Cascade and El Dorado hops mingle with a hint of crystal malt to build flavors of melon and a lingering grassy bitterness. Well-bittered and dry-hopped, 30th Street is a Pale Ale bold enough to suit the palates of hop heads in the land of sunshine and IPA.

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3.7
jamestulloch (4065) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 23, 2015
Bottle from Bottle Baron. Hazy orange body with a thick white head. Steady carbonation. Good lacing. Aroma of perfumed hops, flower petals and marmalade. Flavour of tangerine peel, caramel and earthy hops. Medium body with an oily texture. Soft fizz. A tasty, hop-forward American Pale Ale.

3.3
Darwenus (1113) - Virginia, USA - OCT 14, 2015
Not bad, but the hoppiness is a little overstate. Pours amber/orange with average head and carbonation. Malt and mild citrus on the nose, with just a little more citrus and grass in the finish of the taste.

4.2
zacgillbanks (5128) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - OCT 12, 2015
UPDATED: AUG 26, 2016 Bottles from Rehills and Coppers, Newcastle. Bright golden coloured with an orange marmalade and sweet tropical fruit flavour followed by pine and toffee on the warming spicy orange fruity finish. Excellent!

3.2
ajnepple (6468) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 12, 2015
12 oz shared, single bottle from Applejack. Golden amber appearance with a white head. Aroma of toasted grain, citrus zest, stone fruits and hop resin. Similar flavor, mild malt sweetness and moderate hop bitterness. Medium body. Simple pale ale overall, possibly dated.

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SirLimpsalot (4162) - SWEDEN - OCT 12, 2015
@ SBWF 2015: Rätt så enkel och gräsig pale ale med en ganska trevlig smak. Hyfsat balans.

4
Mr_Abner (383) - Michigan, USA - OCT 6, 2015
Draft. Pours a dark golden / Amber color with an ample frothy head. Lots of messy lacing left behind after a few sips. Smells wonderful: citrus, grapefruit, tropical fruit. Taste has lots of grapefruit, citrus, some Juicy fruit. A moderate bitterness. Carbonation is a touch soft; finishes light to moderately bitter, some grapefruit lasts to the end.

3.2
markextrae (4410) - Alingsås, SWEDEN, SWEDEN - OCT 6, 2015
small bottle at home, poured a golden colour with a white head. nose is typical west coast. grains, biscuit malts. sweet caramel, pine hops, oily, resin hops. mouthfeel is pretty full bodied. ok beer.

3.8
kevinsenn (2182) - Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 3, 2015
Bottle from Wholefoods. Nice fruit punch aroma. Pleasant fruity taste, with high bitterness. Tasty pale ale.

3.4
Frank (4172) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 3, 2015
This is a pretty decent IPA. It’s clear golden orange w/ a foamy head. It’s got a mix of citrus and floral hops in the nose--nice but nothing exceptional--and is relatively dry w/ solid bitterness. It’s medium bodied w/ carbonation a bit on the gentle side. I definitely wouldn’t mind pounding a few of these any afternoon of the week but I don’t see myself picking up over other options that are local to me.

3.4
malrubius (2863) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - SEP 28, 2015
Bottle from Meditrina. Copper with lasting head and lace. Mild tangerine and bread and spice aroma. Fairly sweet honey tangerine and trying to put my finger on something else, not really nutty, with some fruity hop and a hint of resin. Medium body. Fine carbo. There’s some kind of herbal thing going on that doesn’t suit my tastes. Nevertheless, good but not great IMHO.


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