Brewery: La Cumbre in Albuquerque, New Mexico USA Style: Red Rye IPA ABV: 6.5% IBUs: 75 Rate Beer: 95/100 Pour: Deep toffee red in colour with a small beige head. Sweet caramel flavours with dry rye tones. Strong hop bitterness makes this a delightful beer to be drinking on a Sunday evening after a nice dinner […]
This big, bold, unfiltered double IPA is the kind of beer I have been craving of late. Hoppy, resiny and as the kids would say, thicc.
Tropical fruits waft out from the glass and then smash your tastebuds on first sip
Crisp and clean beer with a subtle peach flavour and even more subtle tartness.
The hop bitterness is hidden behind the smoothness of this red IPA
I’m not a big fan of watermelon flavoured beer and the inclusion of mint and cucumber hasn’t changed this view sadly.
It’s a big, malty and hoppy beast of a beer. It has a lingering mouthfeel and a mouth-watering finish.
This typifies the West Coast IPA style that relaunched IPAs into the behemoth style it is today.