Pours amber in color with a thin white head. Head settle out quickly leaving a thin layer of foam resting on top.
The aroma is a nice floral hop with a bit of yeasty notes and a sweet malt backbone. A very appealing aroma.
The taste provides a bold citrus and floral hop upfront and works into a blend of sweet malts and yeast on the finish. A honey type flavor lingers in the aftertaste.
Medium body with medium to high carbonation. Creamy and smooth with a dry bitterness on the palate.
Overall, a very nice beer with a nice hop punch that is well balanced with the sweet malts. Very drinkable and refreshing. A very interesting style that is done well and worth checking out! Try one!
Reviewed: Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 23:13:20
Tasted: Thursday, November 15, 2012
$0.00 for 12 oz. bottle
One fine body…
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Hop Wrangler: Joe’s multinational take on a classic IPA. IPA’s are known for their intense hop bitterness, flavor and aromas. First, Joe used American and English malt, then American and English hops are added during the mash, first wort, boil, and finally it’s dry hopped for aroma. Belgium gets involved with the yeast and a special candy sugar finish for smoothness and flavor. 6.25% ABV Bottle or Draft