RATINGS: 283   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.67/5   EST. CALORIES: 198   ABV: 6.6%
The BALANCED hop monster! This is one IPA with enough MALT BACKBONE to stand up to the high hopping level - 75 IBUs from 100% Columbus hops.

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   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 3/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 15/20
Prufrockstar (2132) - Moscow, Idaho, USA - DEC 23, 2012
Draft. Pale gold color (not quite amber), clear, white head with good retention. Aroma is pine, citrus, and the garlic fries I just had. Damn they were potent. Some caramel maltiness as well (aside: autocorrect sucks hard - manitees? Malting ng? Wtf). Taste: floral, pine, nice bitterness but not overpowering. Good light, subtle sweet backbone to balance. Medium body, nice carbonation, lasting bitter finish that isn't overpowering. Overall: this is my kind of ipa. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

fiery1 (1470) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 31, 2017
Draught @ the brewery. Pours an almost clear copper colour with a small white head. Nose is a light sweet pine. Flavour is mildly sweet malt with a grapefruit piyhy finish.

Ferris (16066) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 31, 2017
Draft - Creamy caramel and light hops. Clearish gold with a decent white head. Grapefruit bitterness and a nice little bite in front of the caramel backbone.

argeru (94) - Hillsboro, Oregon, USA - APR 1, 2017
22oz; Hazy mucky deep gold; big thick chunky head; peach, apricot, sour orange, wheat, cranberry; great balance, lovely lovely thick & tasty.

JorgeLee (2165) - Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 29, 2016
Bottle with Arun. First beer of the Seattle trip, and possibly the best! Nicely balanced, amber colour, some sweetness of malt and then lots of piney resiny hop bitterness with a long bitter finish. It’s not messing around this, but if you want a PNW IPA this is what it needs to look like. Imagine drinking this surrounded by all those trees looking at the falls...

Panzuriel (2324) - Westerville, Ohio, USA - MAY 9, 2016
Location: 22 oz bottle obtained through Tavour Appearance: Darker amber beer. firm head of off white bubbles that lingers. Nose: Not a very strong but definite hint of pine and floral hops. Taste: a balanced malt and hop presence pine and medium malt. Some lingering dry bitters on the finish. Body: Medium and softer carbonation Parting thoughts: Quite different than the anticipated hop bomb that IPA usually entails.

nealblind (1938) - Seattle, Alabama, USA - FEB 22, 2016
red gold pour aromatic herbal noble type hops, caramel, slight grassy. Tastes bitter, orange, bread not much flavor other than bitter

Capa (3329) - Kitsap, Washington, USA - OCT 17, 2015
Copper with a firm, lasting off-white head. pleasant citrus with light caramel aroma. A nice soft hop bitterness that gives plenty of flavor and bitterness without being overwhelming. Dank (ugh, I hate that word but it fits here) and light citrus with a good dough and sweet malt base. Very enjoyable and expertly balanced IPA.

drpimento (3714) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 9, 2015
Excellent appearance with a huge foamy frothy thick head and a clear amber color. Barely any aroma. Flavor is malty hoppy with a lot of butterscotch. Very drinkable.

luttonm (6547) - Seattle, Washington, USA - DEC 29, 2014
22oz in Seattle. Darker orange, white foam. Deep piney citrus, thick and sweet. Nice but not complex. nice to come back to one of the first beers that got me into NW craft beer.

DinVT (30) - Vermont, USA - NOV 30, 2014
A decent, but not special, IPA. Considering this is WA, I had higher hopes. Nice lacing, and nothing dreadful here, but lacking in citrus overtones. Fine, but not special.

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