Cybercat (6342) - Georgia, USA - SEP 26, 2016
Pours clear amber with a respectable eggshell head. Aroma presents firm resiny hops and citrus character with a little fresh malt. Flavor delivers lively hops, zesty citrus and malt for a truly enjoyable IPA. Mouthfeel offers so-so body but good fizz. Hop to it. edgallow (4629) - nashville, Tennessee, USA - JUL 3, 2015
12 oz bottle pours amber with a off white head. Aroma of malts, pine and citrus. Taste is caramel, citrus and grains. trrhein (18) - Minnesota, USA - JAN 19, 2015
Not a favorite. Enjoy the effort w/ the single hop, but doesn't pay off for my taste
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slightly cloudy amber color; fruity, floral hop aroma; fruity, bitter hop flavor with citrus and pine notes; medium bodied, bready malt base mansquito (7140) - Nueva York, New York, USA - NOV 20, 2014
The Sampler, Bushwick tap: Pours orange with a white head. Aroma is light and grassy, with hints of lemon and conifers. Taste is lightly bitter. The hoppiness is not particularly fruity. Using German hops, one would not guess this to be an IPA at first sip.
chinchill (5377) - South Carolina, USA - NOV 19, 2014
12 oz bottle served in a pint glass (from Jan. 2012 notes).
Appearance: a beautiful clear orange-amber in color with a good head that lasted a long time. Light carbonation visible. Good amount of lacing on the glass.
Smell: More floral than the standard Latitude IPA as well as at least some of the other deconstructed versions. Aroma is also rather subtle.
Taste: unusual and rather pronounced rose-petal flavor! Otherwise, as expected from this brewer, no brewing flaws, but the flavor is a bit floral for my taste.
Mouthfeel: medium bodied and smooth; soft for style yet with some crispness; slightly dry finish.
Overall: As a fan of standard Latitude 48, I was surprised to like most of the single-hop versions nearly as much. That said, this is not my favorite of these. Like the others, it lacks some of the complexity of the ’regular’ version, but this one also lacks the hop-forward character and aroma. Hop-wise, it is more of an APA than IPA. Still, an interesting and pleasant beer that provides the sensory experience derived from a single hop variety. Strangebrewer (1373) - Chatham, Ontario, CANADA - NOV 18, 2014
bottle. Poured clear dark amber with a creamy off white head. Aroma is subdued herbal hops. Medium body, creamy mouthfeel with a tart bitter finish. Initial taste is sweet with caramel malt followed up by herbal hops with a citrus note.