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RATINGS: 134   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.39/5   EST. CALORIES: 207   ABV: 6.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This American style IPA is medium bodied and definitely has that citrus flavor and aroma we’ve all come to love. Coming in at just under 7% ABV we hope this IPA sets the tone for our new brewery in the Atlanta market. Slightly sweet, very hoppy, crisp but unfiltered, we know this one will leave people thirsty for more.

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3.1
Papsoe (25056) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - APR 15, 2013
Can 35,5 cl. Courtesy of SpringsLicker. Pours a cloudy golden with a white head. Some subtle citrus in the nose, somewhat biscuity. Medium body, a sweet fruitiness, a little caramel and a subtle bitterness. Middle of the road IPA. 150413

4.1
jcwattsrugger (12524) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - APR 10, 2013
@CBC-12oz can-offwhite-hazy gold. A-pine/some citrus, some lt malt. T-herbal/resin hops, some lt malt-bready. Crisp.

2
GTAEgeek (2411) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - APR 9, 2013
12 oz. can. Orange, with a small, off-white head. The aroma is wet grass, brie, resin, and cardboard. The flavor is unpleasantly bitter and sour. Medium body, sticky, and hard. This is a terrible IPA. The aroma is awful, and reminds me of sweaty feet and bad cheese.

2.8
jzzbassman (1638) - Arlington, Texas, USA - APR 8, 2013
Can. Pours a clear gold with a swirl of yeast topped with a decent head. Aroma of creamed corn, hops absent, smelling like a cheap macro lager. Overly sweet for the style, pretty drinkable but really needed more of a hop punch rather than a slight astringency. Not horrible, but not one I would buy myself.

3.7
ellolovey (483) - Georgia, USA - APR 8, 2013
On tap at Summits. Pours a honey gold clear color with a creamy white head. Aroma floral and citrus hops, honey, and grapefruit. Taste citrus and floral hops, rosé petals, rose petals, honey. Very perfumey. Light bodied and very easy to drink.

3.6
jbruner (5277) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - MAR 30, 2013
Pours a mostly clear golden brown from the can with off-white bubbly head that settles to a ring of lacy foam. Aroma is funky fresh hops, nice grapefruit and citrus with just a hint of pine and caramel on the back end. Taste follows, but the sweetness of the malt comes through a little more, and clean bittersweet finish. Canned about a month go and cold stored, so still tastes really fresh. Pretty solid.

3.4
FalconsFever (40) - Smyrna, Georgia, USA - MAR 29, 2013
Piney bitter India pale ale. Nice hops and good local brew from down the road. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

4.1
Wilder (13) - Georgia, USA - MAR 17, 2013
Wow, Good beer in a can. Lot like a Dales. Hoppy, Citrus and very clean. Similar to Sweetwater IPA. Still can’t believe it’s in a can

3.2
arkurzynski (2463) - Combined Locks, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 8, 2013
Can from GAManiac. Thanks Grant! Pours a hazy amber with copious, frothy white head. Good lacing. Nose is a vegetal pine with some background citrus zest and candied malt. Flavor is abundant with vegetal hopping and sweet, sticky candy. Lingering vegetal pine. The leafy/candy malt combo was not ideal, but this okay.

3.7
drowland (9057) - Georgia, USA - MAR 5, 2013
3/6/13. 12oz can from 5 Points. Lightly hazed orange amber pour with a thick, frothy khaki head that sticks with a half inch and laces plentifully. Nice hop aroma, though somewhat laid back, with plenty of pine and citrus, and a doughy, bready aspect. Nice but laid back hop flavor as well with more citrus, pine, some dryness, and a doughy malt backing. This is actually pretty dang tasty, but not all that bold, somewhat laid back, and malty. Almost a hoppy pale ale, but a tasty one at that.


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