Reviews

Pipe Dream

Mountain Culture, Pipe Dream DDH IPA, smooth, fruity, juicy with a nice little hop feel to remind you it is an IPA, and so well balanced, with a light body feel to boot out an outstanding craft beer, yet to have a dude craft beer from Mountain Culture.

Dreamfeed

Hop Nations Dreamfeed Hazy IPA is an old favourite, and one of their core craft beers, it is hoppy, juicy, and smooth on the palate, all in a medium body feel, very easy to drink.

Steep N Deep

Once again I am on my journey of re discovering IPA’s, which is my all time favourite craft beer style, this is a brand new release from Wolf Of The Willows, Steep N Deep, West Coast IIPA, a big whack of hops up front, with a little bit of a tropical fruit, malty bottom end, …

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The Haze

Jetty Road Brewery, The Haze, Hazy Pale Ale, a little hoppy and dank, tropic fruity notes with smooth finish, not a bad little hazy craft beer, happy to have this one again.

Hypercolor

Deeds Brewing are a consistent source of new release craft beers, this time around I am trying their Hypercolor California IPA, this was super hoppy, bitter with a dry taste on the palate, all in a medium body feel, very delightful IPA, hops used where Idaho 7, Motueka & Simcoe. Will conform in next few …

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New World

3 Ravens Brewery, New World IPA, this IPA is hoppy, dank, bitter with a little bit of a malty feel at the rear end, I only got one can, but want to try this one again.

Talus

I believe this is limited release, it was not listed on Akasha’s web site, but anyway, this is one hell of an IPA, lately I have been into the hazy craft beers, that are so popular at the moment, but IPA’s are my number one style of craft beer, having said all that, Talus IPA …

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Young Americans IPA

I was pleasantly surprised by this one from Foghorn Brewery in Newcastle NSW, my first ever craft beer I have tried from them, nice hoppy taste, some bitterness & a tiny amount of malt present, very easy drinking IPA, hops used where US Simcoe, Citra & Australian Galaxy.

Hopsmith

Akasha Hopesmith India Pale Ale, a healthy amount of hops & bitterness on my palate, that follows through to back end, the cans description indicates pine & citrus notes, which I did detect, a medium body feel rounds of a really lovely IPA, will be buying this again that is for sure.

Disco Ninja

I have had a few Revision Brewing Co beers before and today I am trying Disco Ninja Northeast Style Hazy India Pale Ale, it was hoppy and slightly bitter up front, with a smooth finish, all in a medium body feel, but did not have that juicy taste of a hazy IPA, has an IBU …

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