porterhoarder (3) - Minnesota, USA - FEB 14, 2012 does not count
unmatched flavor. wet is the perfect name for this beer because as you drink it, it casues your mouth to water. unlike anything i’ve ever had. amazing! drpimento (3734) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - NOV 17, 2011
This is perhaps the best IPA i’ve ever had! Poured with a small to average off white head and a little lace. Color is a clear amber. Aroma is the freshest hops and balanced against malt, caramel, fresh bread. Flavor is like nose and again the freshest hops perfectly matched to the malt, yeast, and carbonic tang. Body and carbonation excell. Finish is like flavor and surprisingly of average length considering the fullness of the flavor. Brewed4U (3) - Wisconsin, USA - SEP 8, 2012 does not count
Easily my favorite IPA. I know it’s a fresh hopped/wet hopped beer but this is as dank as some of the better West Coast IPA’s like Nelson and Duet etc. The 100% citra batch this past year was pungent and full of tropical fruit aromas while maintaining a nice dank presence.
Can’t wait for this year’s batch with 100% Simcoe. gruvola (2) - Minnesota, USA - DEC 28, 2011 does not count
Surly brews are strong on flavor and this Wet proves they don’t skimp on the elements of beer--great bouquet of grapefruit citrus and floral hops. A rare beer of such substance you want to chew it while you are drinking it down by the gallons. Tripplebrew (778) - Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA - OCT 29, 2011
Pours a clear copper orange with thick frothy tan-tinged head. Aroma is strong notes of grapefruit and spruce. flavor is grapefruit, floral and citrus. Undertones of bread and cereal. Body is light with a lot of carbonation.
evanlarkin (307) - Northfield, Minnesota, USA - NOV 14, 2011
This one was canned on 10/4, consumed on 11/14. Admittedly, it’s not my first can out of the 4 pack, the other two having been consumed on 10/19. Still, I’m hoping for something great.
Aroma: Fruity and citrusy, and fairly sweet. Oranges, grapefruit, lemon zest. Wait. There’s something more here. Clementine. Wow.
Appearance: Orange and bubbly, with some fluffy white head going on all up in here. Fairly clear.
Taste: Surprisingly malty. Lots of orange sweetness, with the tangy dryness of grapefruit in the background with that bitter hoppy finish. Lemoniness through the whole thing. Sweet then dry, and nicely refreshing.
Palate: Medium body, lower side of medium carb. Sticks to the mouth, feeling a lot like eating grapefruit. Feels surprisingly soft, with just a tinge of alcohol.
Overall: One of the better IPAs on the market if you ask me. It’s not quite what last year’s batch was, I think because of the change to all citra hops. Still, it’s got a groovy beat that I can dance too. Er. Drink? tennisjoel (1484) - Rochester, Minnesota, USA - DEC 19, 2011
Surly really upped their game with this beer. This might be their best hoppy beer, which is saying a lot. The aroma on this beer is to die for. Strong citrus with a puckering bitterness. Oh so good going down. Even better than Furious, which is my stand by IPA. The only negative is the sticker shock at around $18 per 4 pk. FURLYSURIOUS (263) - Orono, Minnesota, USA - FEB 14, 2012
What a delight, canned just days ago, very clear straw color with beads of plenty, soft white cap.
Smells fan-freakin-tastic, freshest of fresh, floral, citrus, just plain fresh.
Like drinking hops before they’ve been harvested, just so goddamn fresh, very very tasty.
Maybe the weakest point of the beer which doesn’t really say much, but its just a bit thin for me.
Overall this is an absolute must, I’d say be mindful of the canning date though, if it’s more than a couple of weeks old, you sort of lose the whole nostalgia of the beer. shghn (7) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUL 26, 2013 does not count
Simply one of the best IPAs I've ever tasted. Had one the same day it was canned in September 2011. Super fresh citrus and dank resinous aroma. All of the best qualities of hop flavor in an extreme quantity - tangerines, pineapple, fresh cannabis, and grapefruit bitterness all surprisingly well balanced with just enough sweet malt backbone to lead into a clean, very pleasant finish that you never want to end. Classic.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone AWISLguy (3283) - Wisconsin, USA - OCT 27, 2011
Can from Dennis Brothers. Pours orangey brown with some head. Great circle lacing. Aroma has citrus and pine and resin. Some of that burnt bacon smell. Lots of hops, and lots more hops, in the nose. Taste brings sweetness with some caramelly malt, bitterness with citrus, some bulk and body with a lovely pine flavor. Not too syrupy. Crisp but with some fullness of flavor. Finishes medium long and bitter. This is an excellent brew! I’ll be interested to have it head-to-head with Furious and those oily hops. (In honor of Joie .... I wish your daughter had been as nice and sweet as you!)