(Served in a tulip glass)
A- This beer pours a faint hazy hint to the orange body with a thin beige cream on top that last for a good bit but then turns to a sticky ring on the glass. There is a sea of gentle carbonation that pops to the surface.
S- The woody green hops have a bright pineapple weed aroma in the finish.
T- The full green hops has some Muscat grape qualities with a pineapple weed finish. There is a pale malt support to the dry finish and a pungent unripe fruit flavor lingers with just a touch of bitterness.
M- This beer has a medium-light mouthfeel with a gentle fizz and no alcohol heat noticed.
O- This beer has a nice full bright hop flavor but it is very drinkable for such a big flavor. There is a nice depth to the hops that makes each sip interesting.
This pours a bright clear medium gold with about an inch of foam and leaves a ton of lacing.
The smell has a very citric nose with some tropical fruit, a bit of pine, and an underlying maltiness.
The taste follows the nose though I think the pine is more assertive. The hops have an oily feel to them and that's just an added bonus for my tastes. I reckon for a DIPA, the abv is on the lower end and is very manageable. A very delicious brew.
It has a great mouthfeel and is very drinkable. I had to buy this from Oaktree online; I WISH this was distributed to Casper like some of the other brews from Lagunitas.
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