drfabulous (7950) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - MAY 14, 2009
Growler from Bruisin Ales. Very smooth. Nice hop aroma upon first pour. Good clean taste. This also held up well. The growler wasn’t opened for at least a few weeks later. maniac (3800) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - APR 24, 2009
Growler courtesy of RealityDeviant on 04/23/2009. Slightly hazy amber body with a medium frothy off-white head. Big citrus and piney hop aroma with a pale malt background. Sweet citrus, and catty hop flavor with a pale malt background. Medium body with moderately high carbonation.
beerandIT (300) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - APR 24, 2009
First off lacing the glass really well. About an inch of head on the initial pour. Tastes very well. Medium bodied. Tons of hops on the nose and a large amount of them on the palate as well. Finish leaves you with a smaller amount of hops in the flavor. Almost like an odd vegetable flavor. Get this one if you can. GAManiac (1944) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - JAN 26, 2009
Growler pour at the HMoG at the Brick Store.
Pours a light golden amber with a fluffy white head that leaves some decent lacing as it recedes to a ring.
The hops kick pretty hard up front with an initial earthy aroma with hints of citrus underneath. The caramel malts are subtle but present in the nose as well.
The taste starts with the earthy hops which have a nice opening bitterness which is balanced pretty well with the toasted malt backbone. There are some pine hops to provide a bitterness through the finish.
The mouthfeel is prickly but still smooth with good carbonation.
This is definitely a drinkable IPA and another great brew from Pisgah. KAF (448) - Coralville, Iowa, USA - JAN 18, 2009
Growler. Hazy light orange pour with a white head. Citrus hop aroma with a bit of sweet malt. The taste is a little milder than the aroma with the same hop profile and some caramel in the finish.
DrBayern (1139) - Morehead City, North Carolina, USA - NOV 21, 2008
Growler from Bruisin’ Ales on
11/1/08. Clear, burnt orange body under a large, creamy, rocky, off white head that lasts a long time and leaves a sticky, articulated lace. Fresh piney hop aroma with a good dose of caramel, and notable citrus. Medium body and light to medium carbonation, resinous, yet with nice smoothness and a dry palate. Solid caramel sweetness up front, quickly overtaken by an intense citrus rind bitterness that ushers in a long, dry finish. An excellent American style IPA, obviously very fresh, with all the right qualities. swoopjones (7020) - Buffalo, New York, USA - NOV 18, 2008
On tap @ Pisgah Brewery. Very balanced & well made IPA. Pours a medium copper color. Nice hop aroma & flavor. Some citrus. Good IPA Jmichael (640) - Asheville, North Carolina, USA - FEB 25, 2008
pours a clear semi cloudy copper with mild head. light smooth sudden hop aroma. front hops with bitterness in middle to finish, light aftertaste, hop abundance but well balanced. ElGaucho56 (394) - USA - FEB 17, 2008
Growler from Bruisin’ Ales, Asheville. Pours a deep clear amber-orange with a small but lingering white head. Nose is strong citrus, shades of lemongrass and orange, some mild pale malt sweetness. Body is a bit thin but the hops come through nice and sweet, with strong tangerine character. Ends with a nice solid leafy hop presence. A rather potable IPA. ryan (3186) - Beltsville, Maryland, USA - NOV 1, 2007
Growler, courtesy of Schutzenliesel. Hazy light amber body with a small off-white cover. The nose is tea, caramel, tangerine and grapefruit. The flavor is fairly sweet and floral with cotton candy, caramel and grapefruit. Medium body is soft with light carbonation.