I’m glad this is a perennial release from Ghostown because it might be the trustiest sessionable IPA I know. Strikes a perfect mid-line between resin, citrus and malt. And it’s 15$ for 4 pints which at this point is high beer QPR. Citra, Centennial, Simcoe. — 13 days ago
Full bodied, delicious black fruit, low tannins, — 10 days ago
Very easy drinking. Fruity and easy. — a month ago
2018 is as good as I remember the 2017 was. A dry-er Blend than usual which fits my preference. — 2 months ago
First time having Silver Ghost.
This had nice texture, thickness, was round & lush. Blackberries, black plum, black raspberries, plum, touch of very dark cherries/raspberries & shades of blue fruit round out the fruits. Expresso roast, sweet tarriness, black licorice, mid intensity back spices, tobacco, soft leather, mild volcanics & limestone, barrel shavings, dry crushed rocks, stones, rich dark earth with an array of fresh & slightly withering; dark, red, purple & blue florals. Nice round acidity. The finish is rich, lush, elegant, round, respectfully balanced and good but, uneventful finish/experience. Falls into the serviceable Napa Cabernets category. — 25 days ago
Good fruity and kinda like a cab — 5 days ago
HWT - we both really liked this bold wine, similar to old ghost. $60-64 — a month ago
Fragrant and luscious. Bold, big berry and cherry notes with hint of spice. One the best zins we’ve had this year. Rivals Turley.
Great selection at 1st Avenue Wine House in Cedar Rapids, Iowa — 15 days ago
Daaaaammmnnn this is 🔥!!! Gots all the signatures of a big ass Cali cabs, but like I dunno, sophisticated and demure. All those ripe lush fruity juiciness was just so perfectly interwoven with cocoa coffee graphite and lightly crushed herbs all with jusssst the right amount of oakiness <chef’s kiss> — a month ago
Dark as muddied apricot juice. Slick and unstable head whisking away in oily retreat, with rapid lacings of unraveling ghost smokes turning will-o-the-wisp. Apricot-pineapple with a sweet kerosene note. Bananas and Honeycomb cereal. Lime pith and soursop secondary smells. Plantains dried at medium ripeness, lemon pith, and tangerine threads on the palate. Connecticut tobacco leaf. Chalky lemon. There is such an interesting dichotomy between the malt caramel notes initially, and the overwhelming, cancelling pithy citrus, which obnubilates the former. Kumquat and starfruit combine on the finish with lemon tart candy and grapefruit reduction. .
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