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  1. #4751
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    Pretty sure I posted this one before, but it's so tasty that a repeat ain't that bad...

    "Love Hazy IPA"
    Almanac Beer Co., Alameda, CA
    Hops: Mosaic, Simcoe, & Citra
    IBU
    ABV: 6.6%
    Malt: Pilsner, Pale, Oats, Spelt
    BOD: 01/31/19
    Last Drink Date: 2/25/19

    This is one of the best West Coast brewed N/E-styled hazes I've had. Very even fruit forward taste with a complimentary bitter finish. Keep in mind that I have only had West Coast brewed N/E-styled IPAs, so I can't compare to anything else, but this is a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    Pretty sure I posted this one before, but it's so tasty that a repeat ain't that bad...

    "Love Hazy IPA"
    Almanac Beer Co., Alameda, CA
    Hops: Mosaic, Simcoe, & Citra
    IBU
    ABV: 6.6%
    Malt: Pilsner, Pale, Oats, Spelt
    BOD: 01/31/19
    Last Drink Date: 2/25/19

    This is one of the best West Coast brewed N/E-styled hazes I've had. Very even fruit forward taste with a complimentary bitter finish. Keep in mind that I have only had West Coast brewed N/E-styled IPAs, so I can't compare to anything else, but this is a keeper.

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    That's a good one, thought the 'loud love" dipa from them was better, but I'm a sucker for doubles.
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  3. #4753
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    Quote Originally Posted by My Pet Powder Goat View Post
    That's a good one, thought the 'loud love" dipa from them was better, but I'm a sucker for doubles.
    Most DIPAs are a bit strong (both in terms of alcohol and taste) for my liking, but I've had a few that I really enjoyed from Revision and Moonraker, respectively.
    And Almanac's Pilsner is really damn tasty, too.
    So I'm down to give "Loud Love" a try if I stumble across it.
    Thanks for the rec.
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  4. #4754
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluff View Post
    Jackstraw. Saw those Brewing Projekt IPA’s at my local Total Wine. I asked a guy to recommend some hazy IPA’s and he brought me straight to them. I’ll be buying some, but any initial beta on each?
    Just seeing this now. Yeah, I was feeling good post fatbike ride and don't remember specifics. We sampled a bunch that night at our local beer geek establishment. They were good

    Blakeslee is in the lead with Heady, but personally I like the Focal artwork mo bettah.
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  5. #4755
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    "City of the Sun IPA"
    Modern Times Beer
    SRM/Gold: 5
    IBU: 60
    Final Gravity: 1.010
    Hops: Mosaic, Motueka, Experimental Hop 07270
    Malts: Two Row, White Wheat, Caravienne
    ABV: 7.6%
    BOD: 1/8/19
    Last Drink Date: 3/1/19

    One of my favorite things about winter is this release.
    I will say the can I drank tonight was starting to get a wee bit long-in-the-tooth with a slight stringent aftertaste, but the earlier cans I drank, which were much closer to my anal "28 DAYS" personal policy, were super tasty. And even now, at almost 2 months past canning, it's still heads-and-tails above most other West Coast IPAs.
    While the can proclaims "Hoppy. Juicy", it's really, really dank smelling, like stanky bud nuggets packed in an aluminum can.

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  7. #4757
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    "Hazy Rider"
    IPA
    Moonraker Brewing Company, Auburn, CA
    ABV: 7/0%
    Hops: Simcoe, Citra, Ekuanot
    BOD: 1/14/19
    Last Drink Date: 3/3/19

    Paired this with a bowl of brown rice, kale, pinto beans, and grilled salmon.
    Interesting fruit forward taste that reminded me of either apricots or persimmons.
    Clean and drinkable, even long after my self-imposed 28-day from canning rule.

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  8. #4758
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    some damn good IPA's out there

    Don’t know if it was posted here or not but the Rouge batsquatch is fuckin bomb!
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  9. #4759
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    "Quarter Panel IPA"
    Gilman Brewing Company, West Berkeley, CA
    Style: West Coast IPA
    ABV: 6.5%
    IBU: 69
    Hops: Amarillo, Simcoe, Mosaic

    Old School-styled Cali IPA with a smooth start and strong, bitter finish. Nice antithesis to the haze craze (don't get me wrong, I love me some hazes, but sometimes you gotta get your OG bitterness on!).
    No BOD on the can, but I purchased it over the weekend and drank it today (Tuesday, March 5th).
    Rather cloudy for a W/C IPA, with a touch of sediment at the bottom of the glass (one might mistake it for a "traditional" haze at first glance, but it's got that bitter kick on the backside).
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    "Pile Face American India Pale Ale"
    Against The Grain Brewery, Louisville, KY
    BOD: ?
    Stamp on Bottom of the Can: 27/06/19 (assuming this is the "drink by" date?)
    Hops: ?
    IBU: ?
    ABV: 6.5%
    Recommended drinking temp: 48 degrees
    Can art: Robbydavis.com
    Propaganda on the can: "Rummaged Delight! In a world where all the skulls are being used up, we are left with nothing but piles of faces. But fear not, that's where the story is truly told! Pile of Face is the institution of American IPA, with all the character and drink-ability you would expect as we celebrate American indulgence!"

    Not 100% sure where I stand with this one.
    Very floral on the tongue at first taste, then a bit thin, but a nice, delayed bitter finish. I felt it was kind of lackluster for the first couple of pulls, but then it grew on me the longer I drank it. I would give it another try for sure.

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  11. #4761
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    was at my local watering hole last night and while i'm past the point of trying every beer there is; I noticed they had one on tap that has probably been posted here at least once but if not; is definitely tgr material:

    pussywagon IPA - rated 4.05 out of 5 by beer avocate.

    (my go to is Weihenstephaner).
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  12. #4762
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    Ok so there was some thoughts awhile back about how aging a double ipa a monthish might be a good thing (FD). This has a 2/11 can date and is knee buckling good. I’ve drank this beer a shit ton so not that.... just an observation on how maybe time is on my side???Click image for larger version. 

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    Uno mas

  13. #4763
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    I could drink that beer every day and likely never get tired of it! Unfortunately, I missed the last release.

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    I usually dig most stuff from Treehouse but this Baby Bright is one big “meh.” Not much hop flavor, mouth feel of Coors Light and an odd spicy finish. There are quite a few beers similar to this around here (5.x% IPA/APA’s), BBC Elaborate Metaphor and HF Edward to name a couple, and they’re superior to this in every way.

    I was stoked to get this, as I’m loving hoppy, lower ABV beers lately, but this Baby Bright is a huge let down.

    Might as well have had the PB’er pounder that’s in my fridge.


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    some damn good IPA's out there

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    I usually dig most stuff from Treehouse but this Baby Bright is one big “meh.” Not much hop flavor, mouth feel of Coors Light and an odd spicy finish. There are quite a few beers similar to this around here (5.x% IPA/APA’s), BBC Elaborate Metaphor and HF Edward to name a couple, and they’re superior to this in every way.

    I was stoked to get this, as I’m loving hoppy, lower ABV beers lately, but this Baby Bright is a huge let down.

    Might as well have had the PB’er pounder that’s in my fridge.


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    I think that is one of the worst beers Tree House makes. They have a backlog of it right now.

    Their best low abv beer in my opinion is Eureka.


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    "New Kids On The Hops"
    Style: IPA (West Coast/Clear)
    ABV: 7%
    IBU: ?
    Hops: Equinox, Idaho 7, and Azacca
    BOD: 2/12/19
    Drink Date: 3/7/19

    Dark amber, almost mahogany in color.
    Clean on the tongue with a smooth bitter finish.
    Pretty classic, in regards to traditional IPA stylings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HD333 View Post
    I think that is one of the worst beers Tree House makes. They have a backlog of it right now.

    Their best low abv beer in my opinion is Eureka.


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    Makes sense. Good to know I didn't just get a bad batch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dookey67 View Post
    "New Kids On The Hops"
    Style: IPA (West Coast/Clear)
    ABV: 7%
    IBU: ?
    Hops: Equinox, Idaho 7, and Azacca
    BOD: 2/12/19
    Drink Date: 3/7/19

    Dark amber, almost mahogany in color.
    Clean on the tongue with a smooth bitter finish.
    Pretty classic, in regards to traditional IPA stylings.

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    Did you use a frosted glass to simulate the hazy? Just to fit into this thread?

  19. #4769
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    Wing Stop is not my favorite and their beer selection sucks. That said, one by my place just move WAY up on my list with “$2 bottles beer” coors light? Yes. Lagunitas IPA? YES!!! That needs to be exploited heavily.


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    This here is delish!

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    I expected more from this one.

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    It’s a little thin and bland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    I expected more from this one.

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    It’s a little thin and bland.
    Dude, post in the proper thread!

    This is the "Some Damn Good IPA's Out There" thread, NOT the "Thin and Bland IPA's" thread...

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    Breakside Brewery, Portland, OR
    "What Rough Beast" - New England-Style India Pale Ale
    Hops: ?
    IBU: ?
    ABV: 6.7%
    BOD: ?

    Yet another solid entry from Breakside. A clean, tasty, and refreshing PacNorWest take on the haze craze.
    Nice juicy fruit aroma, indistinct fruit forward burst on the mouth followed by a clean, mildly bitter finish.
    Went nicely with a homemade kale/chard pesto infused brown rice and steamed veggie (broccoli and cauliflower and beets) bowl and some milk chocolate morsals for dessert, accompanied by the Red Hot + Riot compilation (Fela Kuti covers)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HD333 View Post
    I think that is one of the worst beers Tree House makes. They have a backlog of it right now.

    Their best low abv beer in my opinion is Eureka.

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    I will double down on this opinion. I know people who love it, and I just can't understand where they are coming from. Not the same place I am, that's for sure.

    Doubleganger, on the other hand, has been incredible lately...

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