Duugh (7) - - DEC 1, 2017 does not count
I was very excited by the aroma and the appearance of the beer in my class. Unfortunately the taste didn’t live up to my expectations. Kind of a hollow tasting IPA
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone thorongil2 (3688) - , Ontario, CANADA - OCT 13, 2017
(Tap) hazy, bright orange amber colour with a small white head; aroma of tropical fruit; approachable, balanced yet not wimpy flavour with a long, light bitter finish rouhlas (4056) - Thessaloniki, GREECE - OCT 4, 2017
From can at the Hoppy Pub, Thessaloniki. Light unclear golden color with white head. Malty and hoppy aroma, bread, caramel, pine, grass, tropical fruity notes. Sweet and bitter taste like aroma. Light to medium thin to oily body with soft carbonation. Feral_Hop_Hog (32) - - MAY 12, 2017
Very foamy pour from can. Wonderful once it settles. Gold straw colour. Subtle grapefruit and rye. Hops are prevalent but not overbearing. $20 for a sixpack. Bargain.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone JFGrind (2084) - Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 19, 2017
Hazy golden Ale, started off as a foamer. With the demise of the brewery I fear this may be my last Speakeasy beer. boo. yah.
StevieT (2008) - AUSTRALIA - MAR 5, 2017
From a can. Pretty much what it says on the pack, a very tasty Session IPA even after the big trip here. JorgeLee (2326) - Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 18, 2017
On tap, Pazzeria. Light golden colour, white foam. Light malt, medium bitterness, fruity hop, some citrus, hint tropical, light floral. Not the most assertive but pretty well balanced and slipped down very nicely, which is what it’s designed to do. ALLOVATE (3103) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - FEB 18, 2017
As Speakeasy Export Session IPA (4.7% ABV).Dacrza (1094) - Great Meadows, New Jersey, USA - JAN 15, 2017
Still drinking well this close to its due date and half price at the local bottle shop so a surprise all around. It produces up a hazy orange gold with a dense, rocky white foam that laces well. Very pleasant, fruity, citrus dominated nose with hints of blood orange and grapefruit, caramelised orange, a little apricot and pine resin. Assertively bitter, piney and grassy on the palate which loiters long in the finish. Quite hefty in the carbonation so a few swirls of the glass to rid this were in order. Woody with vine clippings and a lightly grainy malt profile makes this dry overall and a distance away from the fruit of the aroma. Light bodied and sessionable. Lacks in the balance stakes but it drank with considerable ease. Another twenty three in the fridge to polish off now! (35,5cL, BB 03/03/17, 1st Choice Liquor Riverton)
DATE: January 15, 2017... OCCASION: watching AFV with the family... GLASS WARE: Howard’s Pub pint... light, bright, yellowish and hazy body that sports appropriately baby-sized bubbles throughout... head is white, cloudy, creamy at a quarter-inch... for a sessions ale, vibrant, punchy lemon zest, vanilla, light cracker... sips are rapid, slick, wet--inviting and light-bodied, but doesn’t evacuate before ... not much of an aftertaste, but a toasted maltiness is discernible... a nice cirrus sky is painted as the glass drains... lemon grass, slight pine, vanilla, toasted bread, and west coast wet hop makes for an ale that, at 4.7% ABV, invites sip after sip without concern... I struggle with the idea that this is an IPA, though--wouldn’t calling this a pale be more suitable? overall, a fair pairing with the other Speakeasy offerings... TedE (1591) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - DEC 27, 2016
355ml can into glass. 4.7%. As Speakeasy SIPA Export. Fresh green hop nose. Hazy amber beer with thin creamy head. Thin body, grassy herbal taste. Finish is grapefruit bitter with earthy hops. Nice.