markwise (5450) - North of Tampa, Florida, USA - JUN 23, 2012
Thanks to the kind Texas gentleman who shared this at Cigar City. Pours a clear yellow with a white head. Nose is pine and floral hops with a small dose of malt. Flavor is similar- West Coast IPA style with a decent amount of malt and a lots of pine and floral hops and the occasional citrus in there as well. Light to medium in body and lingering hops in the finish. stephenj007 (124) - Houston, Texas, USA - JUN 20, 2012
Bomber pour, coppery clear yellow, lots of visible fizz, thin head.
Mild aroma for an IPA, but pleasant. Peppery, hints of orange and lemon peel, maybe a bit of bananna.
Taste was quite smooth for an IPA, not overly hopped, a nice balance of bitter and lightly sweet finish. Good mouthfeel, washes down with just a linger of hops.
This is a nice brew for a great cause, benefitting "Operation Homefront".
I will definitely pick up another for that next BBQ weekend. Refreshing and not too in your face. A great entry choice for those not ready for a full on IPA. nogov (121) - Texas, USA - JUN 20, 2012
Generally west coast style in a degree. Fair amount of initial resin, but certain sweetness on mid-palate. Enjoyable brew jimmie65 (330) - Texas, USA - JUN 16, 2012
Clear gold pour, small off-white head. Floral and grapefruit nose. A light sweetness compliment the hops bitterness. Light body, a little oily. Taste is hops, resin, and citrus. Finishes with a bitter citrus flavor.
Nice, clean IPA. ansermadide (1526) - Kyle, Texas, USA - JUN 16, 2012
Homefront has a light-golden orange color with an off-white head... it looks very thin. The aroma is thick, sticky, and biscuity with sweet, citrusy hops. Its flavor is bitter and its body thin. Its light but biscuity malt base feels just shy of properly supporting its bitter bite. It sports a slightly oxidized-esque hop character that leaves a dryness on the tongue. Overall, it’s thin, under-the-tongue sweet, and ticklingly bitter for only 50 IBUs.
mmmbeer (1429) - Austin, Texas, USA - JUN 16, 2012
22 oz. bottle served in shaker- served a mostly transparent orange/copper color, one finger white head formed and laced nicely upon the vessel. Aroma of citrus (hops and fruit) with sweetness hiding in the back. Hits the mouth with a medium body, malt is not over loaded with caramel for once, hop cresent in the middle, finish is very mildly acidic with the sweetness still hanging around. It worked! bu11zeye (13215) - Frisco (Dallas), Texas, USA - JUN 15, 2012
(22oz bottle, courtesy of thirdeye11) Pours a clear yellow body with a small white head. Aroma of orange, pine, grapefruit, and herbs. Flavor of pine, grass, citrus, and caramel with a dry bitter finish. colinize (316) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JUN 13, 2012
Pours light amber with a think three finger head. Head is comprised of frothy thick bubbles. Not as creamy as other beers. Appears highly carbonated. Pine and grapefruit hops on the nose. You can really smell the sluggers! (kidding)
Nice crisp and clean hops on the flavor. Finishes bitter. Little malt presence, which is actually nice. Very hop forward beer, but not overpowering. thirdeye11 (6162) - Dallas, Texas, USA - JUN 13, 2012
(22oz bottle) clear medium gold, tiny tan bubbles, nose of agave, grapefruit, lightly bitter and floral, some citrus zest. Taste of grapefruit, agave, bitter, not enough sweetness, zest of grapefruit, too bitter. dlihcsnatas (779) - Temple, Texas, USA - JUN 11, 2012
Poured up a nice clear dark gold with a thick white head. Head held for a while and eventually died down to almost nothing. Smells of hops with a slight citris and pretty much taste the same. Overal a very good IPA that supports a good cause. Just wish it was priced a bit lower so I could afford to buy more and help contribute. But at $8 a bottle (22 oz) it is hard on the pay check.