willisread (4046) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAR 19, 2018
Can from Craft Brewed only a couple weeks old. Pours a crystal clear copper with a full finger of eggshell colored head that lingers. Bright grapefruit and iyokan notes. Clean and crisp, dank pine resin. Light body. Bitter, bright citrus & pith that lingers. Such a fine example of a west coast IPA. Glad to see these guys in TN distro now. oobawa (1966) - Tennessee, USA - MAR 3, 2018
Bright, bitter DIPA, packed with tropical citrus and finished off by a clingy, tenacious bitterness. Caramel and wet malt notes form a solid base, while the hops offer up mango, grapefruit, dank and berry notes before the resinous pine sets in. Nose offers up mango and wet malt, while the pour comes out a lovely gold with a modest white head and moderate lacing. Oily texture hides the ABV well. Tasty beer. emacgee (4749) - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - MAR 1, 2018
Crystal clean golden pour with one finger of white head. Citrus rind and pine resin with subtle fruity tones and woody/earthy hops. Moderate bitterness with a resinous and biscuity finish. jrob21 (3965) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - FEB 25, 2018
Single from ale yeah. Solid tropical fruit aromas. That bubblegum flavor. Smooth texture. Full bodied and fruity finish. bbbeer (933) - Massachusetts, USA - FEB 21, 2018
Mostly clearish golden orange with small white head. Aroma pine and citrus. Medium body with minimal alcohol and some carbonation. Fairly bitter with grass, citrus, resin. Not much malt. Crisp finish. Not quite memorable but quite good nonetheless.
Schwarzbart (345) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 16, 2018
Mostly clear with an amber toned gold color. Nose of mosaic cat pee, pine, tropical and lupulin powder. Taste is the same as nose with a little booze and grassy. A good combination of hops make this a tasty one.
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UPDATED: JAN 23, 2018 12 oz. canned 12/14/2017. Clear gold with a small cobweb of foam on top. Aroma is honey-toasted grain, pine resin, juicy orange with the zest and some green onion. Tastes of all the same mix, plus a touch of mint in the finish. Near-medium bodied with a dry, fruit-hop slant. Mildly astringent and a little too fizzy. DruncanVeasey (8663) - Nr NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - JAN 22, 2018
Takeout freebie bottle from 134 Bar, Nuneaton. Cheers Matt! Brassy gold beneath a snowy, dense-lacing head. Aroma of lavender, satsuma, honeycomb, batter, honey and lemon lozenge, deep leafy wafts of greenery. Smooth, fruity and dangerous with the body, citrus and bittersweetness of a cask Oakham 3% weaker. JESUS HELP ME. Soapy orange and spiky resinous conifer washed over with a pleasing narcotic medley of lavender-aromatised honey, mandarin juice and rose. Really good stew of almost ganja and Darjeeling-like leafiness. Fresh and wonderful
robforbes (2292) - Bremerton, Washington, USA - JAN 19, 2018
Pours a semi-clear golden with a small white head and great lacing.
Smell is of hops, some pine, caramel, floral, and some tropical fruits.
Taste is crisp, malt in back, citrus, a little pine comes through, caramel, and hops. Ends refreshing and bitter.
hayduke (5757) - Eureka, California, USA - JAN 4, 2018
UPDATED: JAN 5, 2018 A draft pour at the Academy Kitchen in San Francisco. Pours gold with a big oamy white head with good retention and good lacing . Nose is tropical fruit citrus, and dankness. Medium body. Flavor is really nice with the fruit and citrus in perfect harmony.
finished bitter. Really good.