Lunchb0x (20) - Prestonsburg, Kentucky, USA - MAY 24, 2013
Another great IPA! I've not found one I've yet to enjoy. This is the first I've tried from this brewery and I'll definitely go back for more!
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Brandon1989 (661) - Lewisville, Texas, USA - NOV 11, 2013
pours a golden copper color with a small white head. the aroma is very nice you can pick up the cascade hops. the taste is very good, you can pick up the hops but it is very well balanced and you can pick up some sweetness of the malt as well. this would be the perfect ipa for being just getting into craft beer because it is not too overpowering. ronaldtheriot (1936) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - DEC 1, 2012
Henry Weinhard’s Woodland Pass IPA has a thick, soapy, cream-colored head and a hazy (which gets more hazy upon swishing the bottle), bubbly, orange appearance. Lacing is quite pronounced. The aroma is of bread, bread crust, and hop oil, and the flavor is sweet, bready, and has a mild hop bitterness. Mouthfeel is light to medium, and Henry Weinhard’s Woodland Pass IPA finishes semi-dry, mellow, and quite drinkable. Overall, this is a very good beer. RJT
Darkmagus82 (2302) - - SEP 16, 2014
Transfer from BA review on 6-25-12-
Poured from bottle into a pint glass
Appearance- The beer pours a beautiful golden amber color with a big billowy two finger off white head. The head fades over a moderate level of time leaving a nice lace on the sides of the glass.
Smell – The smell is largely of a bready and caramel nature mixed with some aromas of corn sweetness and a light fruit smell. While an IPA there is not a big hop presence with the aroma only having a very light citrus and pine hop smell.
Taste- The taste begins with a chewy breadiness and a lighter caramel sweetness upfront. A hop flavor of a citrus flavor is present from the start which grows stronger till the end. With the citrus growing stronger the caramel fades with some earthy and pine hop flavors later joining the taste. This combination of flavors take the taste to its end where a nicely hopped and smooth bready taste is left on the tongue.
Mouthfeel-The body of the brew is quite thick and chewy for a 6 % abv beer with a carbonation that is rather lighter. The thicker body combined with the lower carbonation make for a nice mouth coating feel and all the hop and bready flavors able to linger on the tongue.
Overall – I was quite surprised by this brew. It was nice and creamy with a rather good hoppy taste. Not a bad go to and certainly worth a try. Slipstream (2626) - USA - NOV 10, 2012
I remember first trying HW during a visit to Seattle many years ago, in the dawning days of the craft brew movement. I liked it a lot, and wished it was available in the Northeast. Now it looks like HW has been surpassed by a number of other breweries, but it should be remembered that they were one of the earlier participants in the movement. I am surprised this gets a low ranking - it is not bad at all. A mellow and tasty IPA, not very aromatic, lightly herbaceous and piney, and contains a dollop of sugary sweetness. A really good soft IPA.
jebert (500) - Watertown, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 5, 2013
Pours a pure liquid gold with a small white head mostly dissipating. Nose is equal parts malt and hops. Very creamy on the palate, this beer has a well balanced flavor of medium roasted malts and Cascade hops that is not overly bitter or hoppy, especially for an IPA. A good companion to deli sandwiches or with nuts. Onenote81 (1002) - Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA - FEB 28, 2013
A new-one-to-me IPA. A buddy had a sixer of this in his fridge the other day. As a sucker for all things-IPA, I grabbed one. Poured into a pint glass.
Pours a translucent pale orange with a small white cap of foam on top. Good sticky lace on glass. Fresh hoppy aroma, some citrus notes, grass. Not sharp in any way.
Crisp, clean feel. Refreshing. This one is easy to drink. Mild hop bitterness makes this one up. This is definitely not one that’ll scald the palate. Some sweet tangerine, honeysuckle. Easy drinking. This one won’t compete with the big trendy IPAs out there, but it has its place. Sometimes all I want is a mildly bitter beer that I can have a few of, and this one fits the bill perfectly. A good ’gateway’ IPA for the curious. Strangebrewer (1309) - Chatham, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 6, 2013
bottle. Poured clear medium amber with an average beige head. Grassy hop aroma. Medium body, creamy mouthfeel with a tart dry finish. Earthy hop flavour, grapefruit citrus notes with a bit of roasted malt. A nice balanced beer, not overly dry. Reid (2541) - Salem, Oregon, USA - MAR 4, 2008
UPDATED: MAR 25, 2008 New one from Henry’s
Typical orange colour of an IPA with a nice enough looking slightly off-white head.
Aroma is certainlly hoppy but really doesnt grab your attention, there is in fact a little unpleasantness underneath, but i had tio strain to catch it..so OK.
Flavour is quite OK the hopping isnt too agressive and there is a nice enough complmentary semi-sweet maltiness, in deed the hops coat the tongue near the end, not bad.
I liked the palate on this beer,not really watery but easy to drink, nice lingering hoppy after taste.
Not bad at all at this price range ( under $10 a 12 pack). I am rather enjoying it.
A good lighter IPA for the hotter months ( its is a Spring/Summer release).
Overall excellent value for money. spikester (606) - Salem, Oregon, USA - MAR 24, 2008
UPDATED: MAY 25, 2008 A new beer from Henry Weinhard. I’ve not been a fan of their other brews but this is a good one. Somewhere between an APA and an IPA this is a good session IPA.
Pours goden-copper from the bottle with a decent head. Pentiful lacings. Good piney hop aroma.
Nice palate, finishes bitter and dry.
Not for big-hop IPA lovers but a good value brew. Well balanced for the type with the piney-citrus hops winning in this instance. I paid $5.49 US for the sixer and the short case was on sale for $9.99 US. IBU is 45.