ctipping (2233) - Florida, USA - APR 24, 2016
12 oz. bottle poured into a pint glass. Originally reviewed 6/5/2011.
Very hazy golden body that looks darker because of a slight murkiness. Nice two finger head and beautiful stick-looking lacing.
Smells like a hop monster. Piney and grassy hops. Not even a hint of malt. Just a hint of citrus hops.
Taste is exactly the same as the smell. Strong hop flavors of pine and grass. A brief sweetness of malt and then it gives way to a lingering bitterness. It love the hoppiness, but it’s pretty unbalanced.
Well carbonated and medium bodied, but it’s so high in carbonation it’s tough to tell. Such a low amount of malt that it’s super easy to drink. I could put a bottle away in minutes.
A hop bomb. angel77 (3867) - oviedo, SPAIN - FEB 26, 2016
Botella 33 cl tomada en el momento en el Lupulo. 26..02..2016 Color ámbar miel turbio con bastantes posos en suspensión. Escasa espuma Blanca. Temendo sabor inicial a maltas algo tostadas pastosas seguido de un amargo lupulado seco ligeramente resinoso, algo viejo pero bastante intenso y duradero por un buen rato. Bastante buena. JacamoBeer (2) - California, USA - FEB 15, 2016 does not count
Pours a beautiful golden orange. Clear but not too frothy. Surprisingly mild aroma. Extra bitter taste that lingers on the palette.
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Cloudy appearance. Copper color. Two-finger head that holds for quite along time. Spotty lacing. Aroma consist of citrusy hops, grapefruit, and somewhat of a malty backbone. Sticky texture. Medium bodied. Seems to have a more caramelly, vanilla, malty feel to it. Taste like a kicked up peanut butter. It does have a bite in the finish. I love how this beer is all over the map. Great job Green Flash. Thanks for being a west coast brewery. rouhlas (3783) - Thessaloniki, GREECE - DEC 28, 2015
From old notes. 650 ml bottle. Hazy orange color with off white head. Hoppy and malty aroma, pine, grassy, grapefruit, light caramel. Sweet and heavy biter taste like aroma. Medium oily body with soft carbonation.
IronmanWins (1) - - NOV 25, 2015 does not count
Great overall beer. My go to at any bar that offers it. Highly recommended for someone trying to expand their beer profile venom666 (1079) - Elche, Alicante, SPAIN - OCT 16, 2015
Old bottle. Hazy amber color with medium beige head. Aroma has grapefruit, peach, apricot, some citrus fruits and resin, with some malty backbone; but is not intense due to the old age. Taste follows the aroma, tropical fruits, sweet citrus fruits and resin, with a kicking bitter aftertaste. TorbenJensen (1572) - Valby, DENMARK - AUG 20, 2015
A true American IPA with lots of nice foam. You simply can not bestow it up without lots of yeast residues end up in the glass. It has an unexpected odor of fruit. Both melon, orange, lemon and apricot increases in the nose. The taste is also short-lived fruity, but also short of it is saturated with lots of hops as downright bombarding your mouth. The finish is long and very dry. I know that American IPAs tend to be aggressive, but here I think probably that it has gone too far. It is far too hoppy for me. jamaty (2257) - Madrid, SPAIN - JUN 4, 2015
Cobriza - caramelo en el color, muy buen aspecto, con sólida espuma de buena retención. Aroma terroso, resinoso, y pino, con toques frutales. Sabor muy lupulado que pega fuerte al inicio, con explosión brutal (pino, naranjas, albaricoque, uvas). Pero base sólida malteada, muy rica que le da cierto (solo cierto) equilibrio. Final resinoso muy amargo y seco. Excelente. aracauna (3680) - Georgia, USA - MAY 29, 2015
A little disappointing that this beer was still sitting in the store in 2015 when it was bottled in 2012, but I didn’t notice that when I picked it up. However, it’s pretty clear that this beer has been handled properly. No off flavors. I wouldn’t know it was three years old if I hadn’t checked the date at the bottom to make sure I was rating the right one. Some of the fresh hop aroma is missing, but this is still in prime shape. Caramel in the malt.