Palidor19 (3193) - Brandon, Florida, USA - JUN 8, 2013
A solid beer with major aspect of an IPA. Both the malts and hops are rock solid with a thick creamy head and palate. IPA fans take note
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Canette 473ml. De couleur ambrée foncée et claire. Nez de houblon résineux, citrique, fruité (agrumes, notes d’abricots) et moyennement herbeux, de grains de malt sucré et de caramel doux. Moyennement ronde en bouche avec un pétillement moyen ainsi qu’une texture moyennement huileuse et aux notes croustillantes. Moyennement amer de houblon citrique, fruité (agrumes, léger d’abricots) aux notes florales, herbeuses et épicées (poivre très doux) (une amertume présente toute la gorgée) lors de l’entrée en bouche auquel se rajoute un goût de malt sucré avec un léger goût de caramel ainsi que des traces de pain puis en finale l’amertume s’intensifie légèrement en se montrant plus herbeuse, moyennement résineuse et légèrement asséchante. Post-goût long et un peu sec, moyen-amer de houblon herbeux, citrique, fruité (zeste d’agrumes) et légèrement résineux avec un léger résiduel de malt sucré. bp (939) - New York, New York, USA - JUN 1, 2013
Can: pours golden amber with a thick, foamy white head, hoppy and grainy aroma and taste. Pretty average IPA. pianotu (69) - USA - MAY 29, 2013
An IPA for the hop lovers. While not as aggressive as some of the west coasters, this brew packs enough potency to carry its name.
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Poured orange with medium off white head. Aroma grapefruit and herbal hops. Medium body, lightly carbonated. Bitterness there but not overwhelming. Citrus and pine hop flavors. Good malt background with hint of sweetness. Nice IPA.
jw0406 (1301) - atlanta, Georgia, USA - MAY 26, 2013
16 oz. draft pours a orange amber color with a nice white head. Aromas of pine, resing, light citrus. Medium bodied, nice hoppy iPa. ansermadide (1526) - Kyle, Texas, USA - MAY 24, 2013
Hard to decide on what to drink when I’ve had everything at the Flying Saucer. Luckily this peeped its head from the menu. Although I wouldn’t buy this, not having it before, I probably wouldn’t buy it from the shelf. I may be discriminating of canned beers I haven’t had. Don’t know why.
It pours a pretty heavy, cloudy dark caramel color with a dense, foamy off white head. It has an aroma of burnt dough with a bitter edge. I can tell this is going to be English in style, but with an American kick. In the mouth it’s pretty malty, with a thick, English-style mouthfeel and massive amounts of bitter, earthy green hoppiness. A little offensive at first from the sharp bitterness, but you quickly adjust to it. Although heavy on malts, it’s not all that sweet. If anything it offers more of a burnt sugar flavor than caramel. Pretty decent overall, but not that attractive. It has a definite character, and that’s very much of a rough-around-the edges monster of a beer that doesn’t care what people think of it. Alcohol is present but not obvious and only adds to the roughness. Burnt sugar, bitterness, heaviness, a respectful alcohol presence. That pretty much sums it up. Harsh. Scipio (1175) - Palatine, Illinois, USA - MAY 21, 2013
Pours a very bright and cloudy orange with a white head. Aroma is dominant in pine, while containing pineapple and pine as well. It is enticing, but it isn’t nearly as robust as I was expecting. The taste is big on fruit. Orange, apricot, pineapple are easily recognized. There is also an unusual toasty, cereal flavor in here as well. How odd. I can best describe it as bug spray. In fact, along with orange and apricot, this is what makes up much of the aftertaste. Medium bodied, somewhat sticky in texrture, with some good carbonation in here. I have to say that I was expecting more here. I found the taste to be quite funky. unclemattie (4357) - Georgia, USA - MAY 18, 2013
Tap @ Tmac, John’s Creek. Orange pour. Aroma of resiny pine & citrus. Sticky malt body. Sweet malt backbone, resiny hop bite. Finishes with a lingering citrus rind / pine sap bitterness. A really really good IPA. (3704) AGGarcia44 (18) - - MAY 18, 2013
UPDATED: DEC 23, 2013 16oz can poured into glass. Aroma is pungent with pine, resin, and floral/slight citrus hop. Nice transfer from caramel malt sweet to a quickly developed bitterness bite. Smooth somewhat dry finish with an orange peel lingering taste. Long lasting off white head.