This is l believe a new release from Banks Brewing my first impression is a bitter, fruity taste up front, with a slightly smooth finish in a medium body feel.
Beautiful hazy pale ale, hoppy, smooth, tropical feel, pineapple present, medium body feel, very enjoyable indeed, BRU-1, Eclipse & Citra Cryo packed into this one.
This a new release from Bojak Brewing and its right up my alley, punchy, dry hoppy taste, fruity, and a little bitter, love it. I believe it is a collaboration with @bogurks a new venue to drink craft beers and enjoy great food, going check them out.
I have never had a bad beer from Deeds Brewing, and this is no exception, Hive Mind DDH IPA is a limited release, stone fruit is present on the palate, which lingers for the whole mouthful, a medium body feel, makes this one very delightful craft beer.
Hella Danka Double IPA, is the second beer out of Avnge Brewing, and like their first release it is a cracker, its dank, hoppy, packing a punch, with a slight malty undertone, packed with mosaic, simcoe, & strata hops, so go check it out, another great craft beer from a new kid on the block. …
Zamba Squeeze Hazy IPA is a HS-Zamba hop blend (not heard of this one before), first impression is a smooth fruity, hoppy bomb that stays with you to the back end, in a medium body feel to round off a delightful hazy.
Fruity fragrance, hoppy & bitter up front that follows through to the end, all in a medium body feel, what a great little IPA.
Chlorophyll More Like Borophyll, DDH Hazy IPA from Jetty Road Brewery is is a mouth full to pronounce, but certainly easy on the palate, big hoppy punch up front, fruity (a little peach like) that rounds off with a smooth back end, all in a medium body feel, really loving this one.
Freak Of The Week IPA from Hop Nation is a limited release, and so far the best limited release craft beer for 2022 I have tried, hops used are Citra Lupomax, Matueka & Talus, on my palete it was a rich blend of hops & tropical fruits, all in a silky smooth medium body feel, …
Another quality craft beer from Banks Brewing, Rate Of Play DDH IPA, on my palete it was crisp, dry, hoppy with a bitter back end, this is limited edition and maybe hard to find.