cheap (6342) - CHINA - APR 5, 2018
Look, if you like IPA, pay attention! This can, I got from vintage, is pure IPA. Its big and bad and has plenty of hop bitterness. For $2, you can probably quench your double imperial IPA thirst as well. After popping the lid I get this mild fresh sharp IPA perfume nose. Hazy pale yellow with precipitants in there; does that make it NE style? Heheheh. Yes, a fix for the IPA craving. Its a six percenter and you know it, even feels like more. I think 'm catching a buzz near the end of the can, whew. Pretty good carbonation for an overly hopped brew. Dogbrick (14521) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - DEC 11, 2016
Sample at The Ohio Taproom during the "Taproom Local Love: Kindred Pigs" event on 10/23/2016. Slightly hazy golden color with a thin frothy white head that evaporates gradually to a film. Strings of lacing. Grassy hops, fruit and malt aroma. Light to medium body with flavors of herbal hops, citrus and malt. The finish is mildly bitter with a grassy hop aftertaste. Decent overall.