Pours the typical cloudy for the style. An inch of pure white foam covers. As it recedes, which sticks for a while, it become rocky and perilous on top; meringue. Great sticky, yet wispy, lacing.
Aroma is pineapple, mango, papaya, and dashes of pine. There is a sweat oak backbone.
Taste has some malty sweetness that is balanced with tropical fruit and pine. I want more.
Light end of medium body but that might be wishful. Good zip to the carbonation to help me get there. No real lingering bitterness. Dry, almost crisp.
I don't know how fresh this is but I would definitely like to try a fresh version to see if this one has a bit of age on it or not. Light and refreshing but the hops aren't as big in the nose and mouth as I would have expected. Enjoy!
Hazy New England-style IPA. This is all about bringing the juice back to American beer. It isn’t about big football commercials and fancy packaging. It is about the liquid in the can. We spent our money (which is your money if you think about it) on an insane amount of the best hops available, so the can ain’t fancy, but the beer certainly is. Hazy, luscious, and full of juicy hops. This beer is brewed with no bittering hop addition, just whirlpool and insane amounts of dry hopping. That results in a gentle bittering and a huge, juicy hop profile. Vote Juicy!