Whoa! Seriously looked like an orange wine. The only thing that could have given it away was the missing phenolics. Even the acidity was rounded, and there's a good amount of fizziness to mimic microbial activity you'd find so often in natty wines. Cool booze that so smashable - love it!
Taste and smells exactly like you'd expect from reading the write-p on Rogue Ale's website: Weird & wonderful fusion of hazy IPA and sour ale brewed with grapefruit and blood orange, then dry-hopped with Australian hops. — 24 days ago
Piney, resiny notes on the nose. Bit of citrus reminiscent of a creamsicle.
Palate is all about the hops with orange, grapefruit, and pine. Good dose of firm, slightly earthy, resiny bitterness that accentuates the already dry palate.
Bit of a throwback with the old school hop flavors and firm bitterness. Very drinkable with the lighter malt base and high attenuation. Nice stuff. — a month ago
Ice cream, hops — a month ago
Whoa! Bone dry, puckering it’s so dry orange from Georgia. Tastes and smells like a scotch almost. Some earthy herbal qualities way on the finish, a whiff like an earthy craft ale, like yeast and spent hops. There is not a thing sweet or fruity about this. And I love it. Funky cool and not for everyone but fantastic — 25 days ago
This 'un's called the King of the East Coast IPAs. Lots of malt balanced against the hops. Quite delicious. — 2 months ago
New vintage! Citrusy with herbal/floral notes, reminds me of wildflowers and beer hops. — 17 days ago
SABRO Single Hop IPA. Summer time in a can, to the best of knowledge the only beer in Canada made with SABRO hops from the State of Washington🇺🇸. Tastes of coconut, pineapple and with stone fruit notes yet surprisingly simple, crisp and clean. Mrs A loves it. 6.7% alc/vol 60 IBI. If you ever make it to Fernie the first one is on me. Fernie Brewing CO. Cheers 🇨🇦 — 16 days ago
Very nice IPA. Delicious aroma and hops. — a month ago