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3.5
MarkoR (959) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 25, 2015
On tap at the Queen’s Head (Leslieville) in Toronto. Pours a dark copper colour with a small off-white head. Aroma is nuts, hops, roasted malts, some caramel. Taste is similar, with some citrus and cereal. Pretty good.

3.2
Ferris (15426) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 15, 2015
Draft - Sweet caramel malts and some citrus hops. Clear dark copper with a decent beige head. Lots of sweet caramel and light bitterness.

3.4
Alpha10 (758) - Ontario, CANADA - JUL 22, 2015
2015/07/22 - Pours a hazy dark copper colour with a thick, rocky, off white head that slowly reduces and leaves moderate lacing. Aroma is earthy hops, citrus, nuts, caramel and a hint of roast. Taste is cereal, earthy hops, citrus, mild resin, caramel and roast. Mouthfeel is medium with average carbonation and a juicy, moderately bitter finish. This was better than I had expected. Nothing extraordinary, but still very drinkable. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.7
Helsdon (391) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 15, 2015
Can from my local LCBO. A warm red-brown that’s not quite clear. Reasonable amount of dense off-white head. Nose with a solid amount of malt, mildly sweet with just some perfume and flower hops. Tastes like a solid brew. Dense malt favour of cereal, with lower, non dominating, hops flavour of flowers, and bitters. Very drinkable. Not really the hop-bombs of the current view of IPA but a nice beer.

3.2
Randy4Beer (513) - - JAN 4, 2015
A murky orangey brown with decent amount of head. The aromas and tastes are a nice blend of hops and malts, earthiness, and leather. I’ve certainly had superior IPAs, but this is by no means a bad beer, and is quite drinkable.

4
97hill (204) - - JAN 1, 2015
473ml can from the LCBO I am an IPA fan , have to try them all when I see a new one. Love this one smooth, hoppy , but not too. Malty, nutty, just nice beer. In a great looking can. No need to over complicate it this one has a place a my house anyday.

3
terrybail (704) - London, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 9, 2014
473ml can from the LCBO After pouring it you would never know it was an IPA by the look of it Cloudy dark brown Nice fruity aroma little hops sweet malt taste very little bitterness weird beer but I stil, enjoyed it

3.5
radiomgb (2686) - Peterborough, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 5, 2014
275ml bottle purchased at the LCBO in Peterborough, Ontario. Deep copper in colour with a long lasting off-white head, excellent lacing. Aroma is of citrus, oranges, some grapefruit and caramel. Flavour is more moderately hopped with orange zest and grapefruit, moderate bitterness, noticeable caramel. Bitter mouthfeel, medium/light body, moderate carbonation. Finishes long, hoppy, bitter. Quite nice. Good hop bite, high drinkability.

3
jkwood04 (5448) - Connecticut, USA - OCT 11, 2014
Big can in a stem glass. Pours dark amber with a lacy, off-white head. Aroma of light floral hops, a lot of caramel and toffee and toast from the malts, and dough/bread. Flavor the same. Average texture. I hope this can was old, because if not, this is a terrible IPA.

2.1
OntBeerDrinker (514) - Ontario, CANADA - SEP 26, 2014
From can poured into glass: Lots of head, some last & lace’s some gone fast. Amber looking aND carbination. Smell is fruity and bitter. Smell is fimiliar. Taste grapefruit, citrus bittery up frunt, water, chocolate bitter and something strange in the back. Easy drinking.


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