Poured from can purchased at Iron&Glass; yesterday. No date.
Pours cloudy with at least a couple of inches of white foam. Sticky, spiderweb lacing is left as a remembrance of the foam almost forgotten.
Aroma of sweet, ripe pineapple and hardy dankness. There isn't much else there.
Taste follows the nose. There is a bitterness in the finish. Could be green hops mix with bitter bite.
Medium body with similar level of carbonation. Dry finish.
This is a good beer but not great. Lately I have been really going for the best local NEIPAs (or least in the ballpark of that style) and I have hit some homeruns. Don't want to put this beer down but there are definitely better offerings form Phase Three, this is just too simple. Enjoy!
Reviewed: Friday, May 01, 2020 at 15:15:04
Tasted: Friday, May 01, 2020
$4.74 for 16 oz. can
One fine body…
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Double IPA brewed with vic secret and citra. Ripe pineapple, citrus, dank.
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