doriangrey (149) - Diamond Creek, AUSTRALIA - FEB 17, 2018
Smells great. Tart but creamy with heaps of mango, pineapple and bitter lemon. Strong hops but a little sweet. Gets extra marks for allowing me to stupidly gulp it down like fruit juice and totally forget its 8.7 DIPA strength joergen (29804) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - FEB 3, 2018
Draught at Taphouse.
Hazy golden colored with a small white head.
Fruity aroma of hops and exotic fruits with notes of pine needles.
Fruity flavor of hops, lactose, pine needles and exotic fruits.
Hoppy finish. mrjez (754) - Osaka, JAPAN - JAN 24, 2018
Can with a fantastic peel-off label. Really really turbid pour, orange-yellow with lovely lacing. Aroma like a mango creamsicle - massive fruit juice and the lactose turns it creamy. Overly sweet mango, lactose and oats, wheaty base. Fizzy and tangy with a substantial hop tang lingering on the palate. Fun in small doses. KansaiBeerLvrs (5579) - Kyoto, JAPAN - JAN 22, 2018
Can sharred by a friend, awesome label. A milky honey gold with a thick dense head. Sweet mango aroma, medium bodied and super sweet juicy mango lassi flavor. Really nice but perhaps too sweet to finish 500ml on your own. ManVsBeer (11499) - Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - JAN 16, 2018
Keg @ Vocation & Co, Hebden Bridge. Cloudy pale amber with a thin head. Mango dominates in both aroma and taste and the strength of the beer is not overly evident, but it does impact on the flavours making its fruitiness somewhat metallic.
The_Osprey (9942) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 15, 2018
December 2017 - Tasting at One Canada Square. Can shared with big thanks to Dave. As 'Northern Monk Patrons Projects 4.03 DDH Double Mango Lassi IPA'. Hazy vibrant orange, opaque, foamy off-white head leaves light lacing. Aroma is airy, plastic, papery, rubbery. Body is smooth with soft carbonation. Taste is quite sweet, sugary, mango, pretty dry into the finish with a touch of that burny yeasty (to my mind) chilli vibe that sometimes gets called 'hop burn'. Not sure. (5-4-6-4-13=3.2) AcctError487340 (48) - - JAN 13, 2018
UPDATED: JAN 13, 2018 Can from Smugglers Tavern, Goodge Street. Pours murky light orange, light head. Bursting with fruit, rich mango taste but balanced with a snappy dry finish; a little sweet but overall works well JackMandarin (488) - Aberdour, SCOTLAND - JAN 11, 2018
Can from Bridgend.....a couple of months old now. Pours very murky. Looks just like a slightly thinned out mango juice. Loose, fluffy head that disperses slowly and leaves a good lace. Strong, syrupy, ripe mango aroma. There's some solid piney aromatics from the hops but it's saturated with mango. Pineapple candy. A little light lemon zest. A very subtle mint note. Grapefruit juice. Lovely. Taste is thick and pulpy and juicy with mango for miles. Excellent balance with zingy citrus like grapefruit and lemon tang. Light hop burn with that pepper on the palate. Very light green onion funk which I could do without actually. Smooth, slick and thick mouthfeel. Sweet yet tangy finish with a little pith. Light, pillowy carbonation. Very good! chrisv10 (18845) - DENMARK - JAN 5, 2018
Can, 8.7%. Unclear orange with medium off-white head. Aroma is malt, fruit, hops, fruit peel, orange, mango and peach. Flavour is malt, fruit, hops, orange, mango, fruit peel, peach, zest, medium sweet and a little bitter. madmitch76 (26861) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JAN 3, 2018
18th December 2017
T42 Christmas Bottleshare. Thanks to Wingman. Very hazy gold beer, good cream colour head. Smooth palate, semi dry and with decent fine carbonation. Smooth sweet malts. Good fruity mango. Ripe orange. Mild pine. Good hop spice reminds you this is a DIPA and not a fruit smoothie. Spicy mango finish. Nice.