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Oh, ok. Was hearing a lot of local buzz about this one and stumbled into a few. Yeah, this is something special. Color is amber/gold, a medium head that sticks around. Smell is hop forward. Some pine, perhaps grapefruit. Mouthfeel is medium to thick. Fruit comes through more in taste. Grapefruit. Blood orange. Really well balanced. Not hop dominant.  10/10  #bells #mars #planetseries

Oh, ok. Was hearing a lot of local buzz about this one and stumbled into a few. Yeah, this is something special. Color is amber/gold, a medium head that sticks around. Smell is hop forward. Some pine, perhaps grapefruit. Mouthfeel is medium to thick. Fruit comes through more in taste. Grapefruit. Blood orange. Really well balanced. Not hop dominant. 10/10 #bells #mars #planetseries

Clipper City Brewing, Baltimore, MD, Heavy Seas Loose Cannon IPA (I love this beer and didnt know it was brewed in baltimore, so excited!!)

Clipper City Brewing, Baltimore, MD, Heavy Seas Loose Cannon IPA (I love this beer and didnt know it was brewed in baltimore, so excited!

Bedlam beer from Ale Asylum has been the household favorite this summer.  Tasty, Belgian IPA

Belgian IPA with great flavor, smooth melding of styles. Up and coming regional craft brewery, located in Madison, Wisconsin.

Three Floyd's Zombie Dust.  Tons of aroma... Grapefruit, passionfruit, clementines. Very unique hoppy citrus flavor. Dry finish. Bitterness stays with you in a good way.  Great brew! 9/10

Tons of aroma. Very unique hoppy citrus flavor. Bitterness stays with you in a good way.

Hop Nosh IPA, Uinta Brewing ~ Nice grapefruit and tangerine citrus with a whiff of tropical goodness. Not that powerful though. Soft and creamy on the palate. Lots of tropical fruit, mainly mango and melon, survive a sea of bitter hops. Bold citrus and pine come through with an alcohol bite toward the finish. Very dry at the end. A lingering hoppy fruitiness lasts a long time on the palate. Soft and Strong at the same time, in all the right places.

Brewed with a heelch* of Columbus, Chinook, and Cascade hops, our double IPA has…

Sixpoint | Beers | Bengali

The Sixpoint homebrewed IPA interpretation. Blaze orange in color, with an abundance of citrus hop bitterness, and a full pine and grapefruit bouquet in the aroma.

Half Acre Daisy Cutter Pale Ale. 5.2% APA. TASTE: Tangerine, pineapple and mango are upfront. This is followed by clean sugary caramel, navel orange juice, papaya and lemon juice. Finishes with grapefruit pith and a hint of pine. Slightly drying with zests from grapefruit, lemon and orange. OVERALL: Incredibly balanced, easy drinking and full of juicy hops. Tons of tropical and citrus fruitiness going on. This is easily one of the best American Pale Ales I've ever had the pleasure of trying.

Half Acre Daisy Cutter Pale Ale. 5.2% APA. TASTE: Tangerine, pineapple and mango are upfront. This is followed by clean sugary caramel, navel orange juice, papaya and lemon juice. Finishes with grapefruit pith and a hint of pine. Slightly drying with zests from grapefruit, lemon and orange. OVERALL: Incredibly balanced, easy drinking and full of juicy hops. Tons of tropical and citrus fruitiness going on. This is easily one of the best American Pale Ales I've ever had the pleasure of trying.

Heady Topper by The Alchemist – I was really excited to get my hands on this beer. I've been admiring it from afar for a while. First, the can adamantly suggests drinking straight from it and not pouring it into a glass like us "beer snobs" do. Well, I did a little of both. I still think to get the full experience, a beer needs to be drank from a glass. It enhances the appearance and aroma greatly. However, I did respect the brewer's wishes and drank about half from the can. The reason it is…

Heady Topper by The Alchemist – I was really excited to get my hands on this beer. I've been admiring it from afar for a while. First, the can adamantly suggests drinking straight from it and not pouring it into a glass like us "beer snobs" do. Well, I did a little of both. I still think to get the full experience, a beer needs to be drank from a glass. It enhances the appearance and aroma greatly. However, I did respect the brewer's wishes and drank about half from the can. The reason it is…

Odell Brewing Announces New American Pale Ale http://l.kchoptalk.com/1TR3a4n

Drumroll Please…Odell Brewing Announces New American Pale Ale

Press Release: (Fort Collins, CO) – In June, Odell Brewing Co. will release a new beer to its year-round offerings, Drumroll American Pale Ale. “Drumroll is an unfiltered American Pale Ale,” …

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