Goose Island Beer Company Endless IPA, 12 oz., 5% ABV, 35 IBUs. You brew a session IPA, you brew a session IPA, everybody brews a session IPA! This one is okay.
Odell Brewing Company Tree Shaker Imperial Peach IPA (2014), 750 ml, 10.1% ABV. This is the 250th beer that I’ve posted on this blog. Thanks for reading, everyone! Here’s to 250 more.
Stone Brewing Company Enjoy By 04.20.14, 22 oz., 9.4% ABV. [In an affected, stereotypically-Midwestern accent] “Them there California breweries sure do like their marijuana references.”
Free State Brewing Company Copperhead Pale Ale, 12 oz. 6% ABV, 52 IBUs. Cheers to another brewery newly distributed in Nebraska!
Odell Brewing Company Friek, 750 ml, 6.5% ABV. A fizzy, quickly-dissipating head. The fresh raspberries added before blending mix in just a touch of sweetness with the expected tart. Nice dry finish. I think Odell just gets me.
Deschutes Brewery Fresh Squeezed IPA, 12 oz., 6.4% ABV, 60 IBUs. Does Deschutes make an IPA that I don’t like? [Note to self: move bottle cap to the focal point next time.]
Stone Brewing Company Stochasticity Project Grapefruit Slam IPA, 22 oz., 8.2% ABV, 95 IBUs. Are grapefruit IPAs the hot thing now?
Breckenridge Brewery Ophelia Hoppy Wheat Ale, 12 oz., 5% ABV, 23 IBUs.
Brooklyn Brewery Brooklyn Sorachi Ace, 750 ml, 7.6% ABV, 34 IBUs. I didn’t expect the dry, slightly tart finish, but that is far from a complaint. Perhaps it’s from the champagne yeast added during secondary fermentation?