RedCloud (129) - Rhode Island, USA - FEB 3, 2013Jayb0 (1194) - Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA - JUN 19, 2017
Pours a slightly foggy gold, with a few fingers of fluffy white head. Smells richly of citrus-y American hops, with notes of lemon, and fresh pine-wood. Taste starts with crisp hops and barley, and quickly springs a bittersweet citrus medley of bitter lemon rind, and sweet limeade. Finishes slightly on the dry side, with a slight dynamic of sweetness and bitterness. Mouthfeel hits every part of the tongue but the back. Itís on the full side, but not aggressively carbonated. This is the first "Imperial Pils" Iíve tried, and Iím intrigued by its ability to retain such a crisp and floral taste of a double IPA, but without the heat and strength.
Tap at multiple places. This is really nice, has that tropical and rounded fruit IPA character with sort of a crisp dry finish, I suppose from the lagering. Nice combination. JorgeLee (2085) - Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 23, 2017
On tap, Ginger Man NYC. Bright golden, thick white foam, nice to see a bright hoppy beer! Clean grainy body, booze hidden well, hint of some rich tea biscuit sweetness, lingering bitterness from hops. Nice strong lager, have to say I didnít get the real aromatics and flavour of the west coast hops as much as some reviewers, but it was a pretty tasty beer. BREWMUSKCLES (2671) - New Jersey, USA - APR 27, 2017
some hop and some flavor of citrus and other fruit including a bit of tropical. a bit of dryness to cut things short when needed it has good flavor and of course has been done before.nice body not light and sudsy. priced nice. kayres (880) - , Georgia, USA - APR 20, 2017
Hazy yellow with a medium white head. Citrusy aroma, dry. Grapefruit and biscuity malt. Smooth finish, dry
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12-ounce can pours hazy gold with creamy white head. Aroma: pine, pineapple. Flavor: all of the above, plus white pepper. Medium-bodied. Flavor: caramel, brown sugar, bubblegum, dark bread, pepper, pinecones. Rich mouthfeel. Thereís a sweetness that assaults your tastes buds and lingers a bit too long for me. Too malt-forward for me, so cloying. Their Excess IPL is a more pleasant beer, but I acknowledge itís all personal preference.
damzz (494) - Massachusetts, USA - MAR 19, 2017
Pours a brunt yellow with a white head that leaves lacing. Noseis faint citrus hops. Body is medium light. Taste is malt dominated by citrus hops with lingering bitter aftertaste. 12 oz can in a variety pack More Cans! Myblais (6) - Worcester, Massachusetts, USA - MAR 16, 2017 does not count
A great hoppy IPL with a just the right amount of bitterness and a dry finish. Has a gold color and a frothy white head when poured. The hops permeate the aroma.
Iím thankful to be able to buy this on the regular in Massachusetts. gripweed57 (2301) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - MAR 15, 2017
12 ounce bottle. Pours a honey gold color topped by a medium-sized rocky beige head. Aroma is light grainy malt and tropical fruit hops. First sip is light malt and subtle citrus hops. Very smooth with medium body. Bitter hops come in around midtaste. Very drinkable with nice malt/hop balance. At 6.5% ABV, the alcohol only appears late in finish, though it is unobtrusive. Great clinging lace to boot. Outstanding! meccahh69lol (188) - New Haven, Connecticut, USA - FEB 22, 2017
Damn thats a good beer! A bright orange color, hazy, with a mild aroma. Strong taste of hops; slight bitterness and some citrus, and a nice clean finish. Itís good. Very good. Get it. Thanks! McGarnigle (649) - Rochester, New York, USA - FEB 16, 2017
IPL. If you are a hophead and think lagers are wimpy, then this is a godsend. But I still donít think it works as well as an IPA. The body is too clean to resist the hops, and the result is something that ends bitter (although I myself have a high tolerance for that sort of thing). West Coast grapefruit and pine with a cheesy aftertaste. Not a lot of aroma for its taste. Itís pretty good, but Iíd rather they used ale yeast.