Take a solid, classic IPA and add orange, passionfruit and guava juice and you’ve got this beer.
I often think back to what first drew me to IPAs. Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA and Ballast Point Big Eye. Both malty, hoppy goodness. Stone Brewing and Brew Dog bringing hops to the forefront.
Melon and grape flavours backed by a drying finish. Despite that it’s a soft, easy drinking beer.
Brewed with kiwi based hops, clean in flavour with soft fruit hopped flavours. Not overly bitter and easy to drink
First sip snacks hard of pink grapefruit. Think Brewdogs Elvis Juice ramped up.
Brewery: Saint Archer in San Diego, California USA Style: IPA ABV: 7% IBUs: 66 Rate Beer: 90/100 Pour: ***lost review from 2016*** Pale yellow colour with slight head that holds for a few minutes in the glass Typical west coast style IPA with that hop bitterness bite. Not a lot of malt going on. More of […]
This typifies the West Coast IPA style that relaunched IPAs into the behemoth style it is today.
Brewery: Capital Brewing in Canberra, ACT Style: Red Rye IPA ABV: 6% IBUs: 60 Rate Beer: 67/100 Pour: Reddish amber colour with a big bold white head. Tasting notes of caramel, toffee, chocolate and rye. A great drinking beer by the guys in the ACT. I would like to see a bit more of a red […]