overall
70
47
style
RATINGS: 1406   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.34/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Samuel Adams® Latitude 48 IPA is a unique IPA brewed with a select blend of hops from top German, English, and American growing regions all located close to the 48th latitude within the “hop belt” of the Northern Hemisphere. The combination of hops in this beer creates a distinctive but not overpowering hop character. The beer is dry hopped with Ahtanum, Simcoe®*, and East Kent Goldings hops for a powerful citrus and earthy aroma. The hop character is balanced by a slight sweetness and full body from the malt blend.

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3.2
Nate (4279) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 26, 2010
From bottle. Nice spicy hop nose, with pine and herbs. Mild biscuit and caramel malt notes. Dark ruby-brown clear with foamy-creamy off-white lacing head. Medium watery body with medium-high carbonation. Starts pretty dry with carbonic acidity, lots of hop bitterness and muted caramel sweetness. Finishes with crisp hop bite, tons of bitterness, and a light nutty sweetness.

3.5
nuplastikk (6277) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 25, 2010
12oz bottle. Appearance-wise, this one shapes up rather well. Deep amber-red-brown color, with a foamy, steady white head. Biscuity toasty malt and hop aroma. A pretty nice IPA, leaning towards the malty side of the equation. Thick and approaching syrupy. Too thick and caramel-like to really be a good example of an IPA, it still is a pretty decent beer, which demonstrates some macro quality control. Medium to full bodied, displays quite a lot of hop characteristics, from noble to West Coast. OK.

2.9
rustbucket0873 (460) - Greenville, South Carolina, USA - JUL 24, 2010
pours a dark amber red color, kinda looks brown to me with an off white head. the aroma is slight in hops, and malt, with earthy notes. the taste is sweet upfront with a finish of hops and the aftertaste is just hops as well. this is an ok brew for the style, there are better ones out there

3.9
ChainGangGuy (4894) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JUL 20, 2010
Appearance: Pours out a clear, dark amber body with an initially fluffy, though ultimately short-lived, whitish head. Smell: Sweetish light-colored caramel sauce paired with oven toaster-toasted biscuit tops. Aromatic pops of hoppy spices, lemon juice, and dried, tea-like herbs fill the nose. Taste: A maltiness tasting of toasted biscuits hit with a small-sized spoonful of caramel and toffee. There’s a short-lived sweetness that drops out in anticipation of the incoming hops, which bring about a mixture of grassy herbs, lightly earthy spice, and lemon peel (a bit of pith included). Well-integrated bitterness. A last hint of dry caramel and spiced tea on the finish. Mouthfeel: Lat-48 comes up just shy of the medium body mark. Medium carbonation. Drinkability: A tasty, nicely hoppy brew without hitting you over the head with scorching bitterness. "It’s an ale." --Matt Simpson. Too right, Matt, too right.

3.7
desurfer (1302) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - JUL 19, 2010
Bottled, part of the sampler pack. Flavor is rich in hops but not too overpowering; just a nice blend of flavors. Malt takes a back seat, and the palate is a bit dry and tangy. Definitely a good summer quaffer.

3.7
thechandler (593) - Charleston, West Virginia, USA - JUL 18, 2010
Pours a dark amber copper. Actually much darker than I had expected. Aroma is florally hoppy and sweet. Wonderfully aromatic. Flavor is hoppy but not overwhelmingly so. Good amount of malty sweetness present, but the floral bouquet of the hops are the main attraction. Good IPA.

3.1
joebudzjoe (676) - Connecticut, USA - JUL 18, 2010
Bottle at a summer party. A fresh, sweet and earthy hop aroma with a clean, but not bitter hop taste. Drinks more like a pale ale than an IPA. Refreshing hop juiciness, but like many Sam Adams offerings, this beer has a husky finish that is hard to put down.

3.7
swillguzzler99 (188) - Peoria, Arizona, USA - JUL 16, 2010
From multi-pack at grocery store. Pours burnt copper with little but frothy head that lingers on glass; this is what a beer should look like when poured. Nose is of a mild IPA. Taste is rather smooth; begins with roasted malt and finishes with hops. Mild hops aftertaste. Not too shabby. It deceits my moniker =)

3.4
Pawola22 (3262) - Woodridge, Illinois, USA - JUL 16, 2010
12oz bottle. Pours a crystal clear, golden-amber colored body with a finger-width, creamy and frothy, off-white head that dissipates slowly and leaves a nice lacing. Aroma has some floral and herbal hops with a light, bready caramel. A bit of a soapy, lemony citrus to the hops. Flavor is an above average hop level with a light, balancing caramel that provides just enough sweetness. The malts do feel somewhat thin at times, but they allow the hops to take the forefront and remain at a pleasant, sessionable level. Herbal and floral with more of that lemony citrus and moderate, soapy bitterness. Finishes dry with a lengthy aftertaste following a medium body and soft, light to moderate carbonation. Overall, a pretty solid IPA. Nothing crazy, but well balanced with a pleasant hopping. Enjoyable.

3.1
rocbyter (2124) - Waterbury, Connecticut, USA - JUL 14, 2010
Citrus and soapy hop aroma. Clear orange color with a large white head. Strong bitter beginning, but fades quickly to a mild finish.


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