Pours with a chill haze with a multitude of floaties. A thin white, tiny bubbled foam covers. Retention matches the amount of head. Lacing begins on the retreat and throughout, leaving wisps of light, sticky foam behind.
Aroma is fantastic. Mango, orange and a helping of dank hops. Bready sweentess rounds out the aroma.
Taste is very pleasing. Hops hit early and often with the bread malt in the middle to the end. The hops are orange up front, twisting to a mango blend with a dank bitterness in the finish. Lingering but not palate numbingly so.
Light end of medium body with sufficient carbonation to get it there. Dry in the finish.
I make home brew and therefore imbibe in it quite often. Floaties and the like do not bother me but, since this is a professional beer, takes away from the overall look, becoming the only flaw in the beer. Citra hops continues to be a stunner when used correctly in a beer. Enjoy!
This single hop pale ale showcases the Citra hop for a well balanced beer that is delicate in body with a mild bitterness in the finish. She roars with ferocious aromas of grapefruit, citrus, mango and evergreen. pseudoSue’s unique and addictive taste is clean and bright with just enough bite!
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