gripweed57 (3043) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - JAN 12, 2018
16 ounce can. Medium gold pour. Large foamy white head. Yeasty, fruity malt nose. Tart, citrus malt flavor upfront. Hints of pineapple, lemon and sourdough bread. Slightly dry finish has a touch of citrus hoppiness. Refreshing and flavorful. koleminer20 (4261) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - DEC 1, 2017
From notes. Enjoyed this one with the Ann Arbor crew at a tasting at Corbet’s house on November 18. 16 oz can. The pour is a bright golden yellow, relatively clear, with a thick cap of frothy white head that falls to a film with a solid soapy lacing left on the glass. The aroma is really Belgian forward. There is a distinct yeastiness about it with a hint of clove and spiciness. A little bit of dried citrus zest comes through late and joins a hint of piney resin. The flavor is much of the same. The Belgian hugeness up front is surprising. The clove and yeast I can do without, but I do appreciate that the hop resin and light malt tend to cut through that a bit. The mouth feel is lighter bodied and well carbonated with a softer feel and a clean, lingering Belgian yeast and bitter hop balance. This one is better than I thought it would be. 6 4 6 4 14 zoucrew102 (2310) - - NOV 26, 2017
Pint can. Lemony citrus aroma with notes of spicy Belgian yeast, clove, banana and grapefruit. Pours pale, cloudy golden colored with a huge off white head that has excellent retention and some lacing. Starts with lemon and grapefruit citrus hop flavors with notes of clove. Finishes dry with spicy Belgian yeast and a hint of banana flavor. Pretty good Belgian IPA. ffaoe (1051) - Moorestown, New Jersey, USA - OCT 22, 2017
Belgian yeast aromas of banana, clove, faint pepper. gold and hazy in color with nice long lasting head. taste is lightly malty, notes of banana and clove, light piney hop notes Westchesterco (2274) - mclean, Virginia, USA - SEP 3, 2017
From a 16 oz. can it is slightly cloudy golden color with a massive white head. The Aroma is citrus with hints of Belgian yeast the taste is slightly bitter with Flavor of tropical fruit and citrus. The finish is bitter with strong ending of white grapefruit rind
Iphonephan (7512) - Jackson Hole/McLean, Virginia, USA - SEP 3, 2017
From a 16 oz. can. Pours a hazy gold with a massive white head. Floral aromas with Belgian yeast evident. Flavors of tropical fruit and citrus. Moderately bitter with plenty of carbonation. Nice. williamstome (2060) - Denver, Colorado, USA - SEP 1, 2017
Pale gold pour. Light citrus-yeasty aroma, taste follows. Quite thin. Not great. jgb9348 (6646) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - AUG 8, 2017
Ever so slightly hazy amber and copper coloured body with a nice, three centimetre tall tan head on top. Aroma of grass, cardboard, light tropical fruits and a bit of play-doh and gak (toy). Light to Medium-bodied; Assertive grassy and very perfumey hop notes at first with a slightly mellow malt backbone showing some gaps and only a touch of cardboard to carry it through, but more hop notes that show the grassy and very herbal side of things without the typical yeast bite of a ’belgian ipa’. Aftertaste shows a good deal of hop bitterness, but no real malt backbone and no depth or complexity from the malty side of things. Overall, a decent beer that shows some nice hoppy flavours, absolutely nothing from the yeast strain and only a touch of the malt for support and complexity/balance, this was supported by the hops, but let down by everything else. I sampled this 50 cL can purchased from Total Beverage in Thornton, Colorado on 04-June-2017 for US$3,50 sampled at home in Washington on 06-August-2017. Drake (14358) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 3, 2017
Keg at Firkin. Hazy pale yellow, large creamy white head, good retention. Aroma of yeast, spice, grain, herbal, dank. Taste is plum, dandelion, spice, bready malt, citrus. Medium bodied. Solid, interesting. Yased (288) - MEXICO - JUN 19, 2017
De la cervecería Pipeworks(U. S. A.) esta Belgian IPA, en concreto es una American IPA con levadura belga que generalmente aporta notas y sabores especiados, promueve una mejor retención de espuma dándole un toque diferente a una típica American IPA o a la inversa con una Belgian Pale Ale, Tripel o Belgian Golden Strong Ale, esta receta contiene 6.2% ABV.
En apariencia es una cerveza con amplia corona de espuma blanquecina de excelente retención dejando encaje en las paredes del vaso, mediana actividad de carbonatación, color pajizo a amarillo intenso, turbiedad considerable, cuerpo mediano.
En nariz es cítrica de inicio desarrollando aromas a toronja, naranja, frutas de carozo como mango, ligeras notas de plátano y de carácter herbal, un poco de dulzor, en general predomina el carácter American IPA.
Ya en paladar posee un amargor de ligero a medio, bien balanceada con poco dulzor, se aprecian sabores a toronja, naranja, piña, plátano, ligeramente herbal, se impone totalmente el carácter American IPA solo los esteres a plátano están presentes de la levadura belga, retrogusto a naranja y herbal, final semi seco, buena interpretación aunque en expectativas carezca de carácter belga pero asi suele pasar en la mayoría de los casos.