Date on can: 06/19/18 12:11:35. "Standing on the moon but I'd rather be with you."
Pours opaque. Nice big white foam covers. Frothy on the lips. Thick, sticky and coating lacing throughout.
Aroma is tropical and citrus. Pineapple, mango and hints of orange and possibly pine. Touch of sweet grain. Somewhat light on the nose though. Hints of ripe berries and tropical fruits.
Taste of dank hops. Pine more prevalent here. Pineapple and mango put up a great fight towards domination. Orange really isn't there. Some sweetness.
Light to light-medium body. Spritzy carbonation that sticks on the front of the tongue for a while. No bitterness, good balance. Dry.
Very easy to drink. Not overbearing on the palate which means the flavor isn't as huge as some of the similar beers. Enjoy!
Reviewed: Wednesday, July 04, 2018 at 15:48:48
Tasted: Wednesday, July 04, 2018
$0.00 for 16 oz. can
One fine body…
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In Perpetuity is a Tree House IPA brewed with a simple malt bill and two of my favorite hops - Citra, and Nelson. It pours a hazy bright orange in the glass and mixes notes of tropical fruit with a strong citrus backbone creating a beer that is both soft and eminently drinkable. It's a perennial favorite and a beer that gets us more excited each time it's carefully brewed.