Purchased at Flight Bottle Shoppe on 2021-11-13. Date on can of 2021-09-11.
Pours opaque with a few fingers of white foam into my 20 ounce Pliny the Elder glass that Rich got me a few years back. Great retention, frothing as it recedes. Sticky yet thin lacing.
Aroma of fresh pineapple and orange. Ripe mango but other nondescript tropical fruits; let's just call it tropical fruitish. Some pine.
Taste is sweet by secretly dry. Mango joins the sweet up front while transitioning to a mix of pine, while juicing up, quickly, before becoming very dry. Almost finishes like a west coast IPA. Some dank that easy parlays to grass and ganja.
Medium body with a stiff carbonation. Very dry.
Another HB beer that is very carbonated. This seems to be the trend lately that I am not a huge fan of. The pine and dankness of the taste could add to the perceived carbonation as it sticks to the edges of the tongue. I would have this beer again, guardedly. Enjoy!
Reviewed: Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at 15:49:43
Tasted: Tuesday, November 23, 2021
$4.16 for 16 oz. can
A: 9.5 |
T: 9.3 |
L: 9.0 |
M: 9.1 |
Color: Pale Gold
Purchased at Flight Bottle Shoppe on 2020-11-19. Date on can 11/17/20.
Pours cloudy with over an inch of white foam. Recedes gracefully leaving thick, creamy lacing behind.
Aroma of mango and resin. There is orange as well.
Taste follows the nose completely. Mango is definitely the front runner. Resin and dank in the finish.
Medium body with medium high carbonation. Dry.
This has a well rounded flavor, finish, and aroma. This is one of the better beers that HB has put together lately. Enjoy!