Frothy head of bone, with lacy lacing, thick as a garter. Blood orange eternal. Heavy perfumes of musky jasmine, deviled eggs, tarragon and chamomile. A bitter pine-y entry turns evenly sweet, between honey and radicchio flattening to light caramel on dried hempseed. Ever cycling from one side to the next. Amarula, and then cigar stub. Cognac sweet and then candle-grappa and cigarette paper. Feels like you’re chasing your tail, until you forget and are left with a pleasant blend of after dinner courses and cigar coating comfort. — 9 days ago
Finally got to try this. It’s a very well made IPA. Not sure I really get the hype around this but I was happy to try it. — a month ago
Unfiltered, citrus-rich and white-flower-subtle IPA. Very low alcohol content. — a day ago
If you’re an IPA enthusiast, willing to take the leap, celebrate life, pushing yourself to the fullest this IPA from 10 Barrel Brewing in Bend, Oregon “this one is for you”. If you’re a Bud drinker ok but “This IPA is not for you.” There are no boundaries enjoy life.
6.8% alc/vol. 70 IBU’s Cheers 🍻 🇺🇸🇨🇦 — 23 days ago
Pale, golden, chunk-chummed fluid topped with white merengue that shows no sign of losing its structure. Prehistorically amorphous beasts are left in it’s eventual wake. Ripe pear and peach purées with Meyer lemon oils, light tropical notes of fresh pineapple and banana bread as well as grapefruit nuances to the nose. Warm climate chardonnay vanilla sweetness and dried pineapple entry lend this a further tropical touch, but a baked apple and a Bosc-skinned taste and texture make it arboreal in some strange way. This is an ossified fossil, and definitely caveman fare. Lemon-lime candies and tangerines complete the curve that ultimately returns to beer beer beer. At 8.5 abv, it brings the cudgel down and drags you on home. — 6 days ago