RATINGS: 497   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.47/5   IBU: 70   EST. CALORIES: 278   ABV: 9.25%
"Pugsley’s Signature Series is named after Shipyard Brewing Company’s master brewer, Alan Pugsley.”

XXXX IPA is a non-traditional American IPA with a brilliant copper color and the classic citrus nose of Cascade Hops. This beer demonstrates a unique balance between malt-inspired, delicate, red grapefruit sweetness and lingering hop dryness. To fully experience all the flavors, this beer is best enjoyed at 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

First Brewed: May 2011
Available: Year-round
Malt Style: 2-Row British Pale Ale, Malted Wheat, Crystal, Caramalt
Yeast: Top-Fermenting English
Hops: Cascade, Chinook, Glacier
Color: Copper
IBUs: 72
OG: 1.092

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Linnet (1891) - Karlstad, SWEDEN - SEP 5, 2009
Deep amber colour, small thick off-white head, lacing although less than expected. Aroma is maltier than is usual for the style, of course hops is there as well, grapefruit, citrus and pine are the notes that I can find. There is also some strange metallic notes that I usually find in Shipyard’s beers. Flavour is also less hoppy than is usual for a DIPA and reminds more of a well hopped IPA. Luckily the strange metallic notes found in the aroma is not present in the flavour and it is a Decent brew but sadly there is more bittering hop than aromatic which makes it lack complexity. Mouthfeel is average, small crisp bubbles. Serving type: bottle

larsniclas (7194) - Billdal, SWEDEN - SEP 4, 2009
Bottled. Thx ekstedt Deep golden with a medium, tan head. Frutiy and malty aroma. Toffee and grass in the flavour with notes of licorice and alcohol.

Cornfield (5569) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - AUG 31, 2009
Bomber from the Binny’s in Plainfield, Illinois: It poured a reddish copper body with a tall off-white head that pasted the glass with lace. The aroma was rife with pine, grapefruit, and zest from the hops, but was somewhat marred by a butterscotch sweetness from the malts that didn’t blend too well. The malts were more caramelly in the flavor, yet still held a touch of butterscotch candies. A hoppy bitterness came to the rescue, also offering tastes of resinous pine, yellow grapefruit rind, Chicklets---scratch that!, and lemon. Finally in the finish, it presented itself as a DIPA with a dry bitterness that lingered for some time. Probably the best of this series.

porterhouse (1580) - Boothbay, Maine, USA - AUG 30, 2009
[22 oz. bottle from Lou’s Beverage Barn] Pours slightly hazy, slightly reddish amber with a finger or so of off-white head. Aroma of grapefruit and pine, some caramel and vanilla and candy-malt sweetness. Mouthfeel is fairly smooth, a touch sticky and just a tad loose. Broken patches and dabs of lacing. Flavor of grapefruit and light pine overlaying a sweet caramel, vanilla and candy malt base. Very light touch of rosewater. Medium-heavy bitterness from fore through finish and aftertaste. ABV well-covered. Nice, fairly elegant and not a harsh tongue-scraper. Really close to as good as any big IPA out there.

ekstedt (6948) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 30, 2009
Bottle (bomber) from Systembolaget. Deep golden, creamy off-white head. Dusty malt aroma, with strong piney and citric hops. Medium bodied and smooth. Nice lingering firm bitterness.

Furseth (2165) - Kungälv, SWEDEN - AUG 30, 2009
Bottle thanks to Ekstedt: Clear red colour,cremay yellow head. Aroma of lots of citrus, sugar and sweet maltynes. Flavor has a nice fruity mouth feeling, big dry fruitynes and flowery and grape.Lonf fruity/alcy finish. Nice!

gnoff (10859) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 30, 2009
650 ml bottle thanks to ekstedt!
On August 30, 2009
Clear dark golden to copper color, fluffy orange head. Hoppy and sweet fresh scent. Hoppy, citrus, grape, alcohol taste. Smooth mouthfeel, high bitterness. Slight bit metallic aftertaste.

MoDog (927) - Griffith, Indiana, USA - AUG 27, 2009
22oz bomber served in a tulip. Firey amber pour with a light haze and a one-finger thick head of lasting beige foam. A solid coat of lace was left around the glass. The aroma was very perfumey and floral. Lots of citrus and sugar-coated grapefruit followed by some caramel and light fusel alcohol. The flavor was sweet and also quite perfumey. A little hot and solvent-like. Moderately bitter. Mainly just sweet caramel and hot fusels. Hard to drink. Full-bodied with light to moderate carbonation. Nice to look at, not so nice to taste.

rmussman (1701) - California, USA - AUG 24, 2009
Sampled in the big bottle. A really really good brew. Comes up with a powerful punch of hops. Crisp clear but this really nice dark golden yellow hue. Really good brew.

Acknud (1081) - Morganfield, Kentucky, USA - AUG 24, 2009
Beautiful beer. Not much else. No aroma to speak of. Some pine taste is noted with the malt but for an IIPA this was fairly bland.

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