Beese (3064) - Watford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - JUN 4, 2014
Bottle from the Kernel Brewery, Bermondsey (back in 2013). Poured a hazy, golden colour, with a thin white head. Aroma of citrus, pineapple and caramel. Bitter grapefruit hop flavour, some bready malt and yeast esters. Finish was dry grain, grass and resin. Sammy (12600) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 7, 2011
Unfiltered thick looking greapefruit coloured IPA, full of sediment. Great citrus hop aroma. Perfectly thick head, lacey. Bitterness is right there, but it does have astringent notes.
Doug’s bottle. tkrjukoff (4335) - SWEDEN - MAR 19, 2011
Pours clear amber small off white head. Aroma is sweet, citric, fruit candy a bit thin.
Acidy sour mouthfeel. Flavor is citric, peppery, acidy, berry. Tart medium palate. Finishes bitter tart longlived.
fonefan (50616) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAR 1, 2011
anders37 (26878) - Malmö, SWEDEN - DEC 17, 2010
Bottle 330ml. @ home.
Clear medium orange color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white to white head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, caramel, hay - grass, moderate to heavy hoppy, orange - citrus, dark citrus, grass - hay, light mandarin - fruity. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and bitter with a long to average duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Bottle. Pours a golden color with a small off-white head. Has a fruity malty citrus hoppy grapefruit aroma. Sweetish malty hoppy bitter grapefruit flavor. Has a sweetish malty hoppy bitter finish.
madmitch76 (25286) - , Essex, ENGLAND - NOV 14, 2010
14th August 2010 RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - OCT 31, 2010
Hazy amber beer with a little white head. Smells like a standard English bitter. Light dry palate. Dry floral malt. Bittering orange and grapefruit hops. Dry finish. Strikes me as English Bitter with the volume turned up. Kernel usually get as much flavour as they do bitterness out of the hops but not so here.
Bottle, beermerchants.com. Orange-hued, beautifully hopped, tangy beer. Citrus dominant, grapefruit to the fore and just a hint of caramel in the aroma. Fresh and lively, a true IPA and welcome proof that a UK brewer can produce a beer of this style as good as the US brewers do! thewolf (12742) - Kolding, DENMARK - OCT 17, 2010
Bottle, bought @ Beermerchants.comBeerCast_Rich (1906) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 8, 2010
Pours clear coppery golden with a great, staying, white head. Lovely hoppy aroma around some slight doughy malts, apricot, lemons, light piney. Small bubbles, medium carbonation, light but very dry palate. Flavour is very hops-centric, very piney, grassy and with slight notes of apricot, strawberry and lemons. Light vinious with some mild malty notes. Long, lingering, very bitter finish. An IPA for hops lovers, even if it isn’t that balanced.
[330ml bottle, Kernel Brewery, London] Evin has really set the bar with this one – lovely dark gold almost bronze colour. Heavy bottle conditioning, which is almost a shame in a 330ml bottle! Massive American nose from the hop combination (Centennial, Simcoe, Chinook) – pine, bitterness, some vegetal sweetness. On the palate it starts off very bitter but I never found it too overpowering – to me it drinks under it’s par, really doesn’t seem like a 7%+ IPA. The flavours are fantastic – one of the best of the new wave of British IPA’s.  harrisoni (19159) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - SEP 10, 2010
Bottle from Sourced in St Pancras station, London. How great is it to find such a great beer in a railway station? Seriously only a few years ago I could only find McEwans Export as being exciting. Now at Sourced I have a whole range of decent UK beers. Clear orange gold with lasting white head. Aroma of grassy citrusy hops, yellow grapefruit, touch of tea too. Touch of satsuma. Perfect conditioning and carbonation in mouth on a bottle conditioned beer. Why can’t all UK breweries bottle condition this well?? I’m always put off by UK bottle conditioned beers as you have no idea what’s going to come out, but these are perfect. Pale malts stand up well and the alcohol doesn’t come through except for a warming orange flavour. Hops are somewhat bitter but mostly citrus and grapefruit tasty. Not overly bitter, not over the top sweet malt/hop IPA either. Shows what you can do with decent English malts. One of the best up and coming breweries in the south of England no doubt. Cheers Evin, you’ve produced another cracker.