Satisfaction Jacksin - Ale Asylum
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3.81/5 rDev -0.5%
poured 12oz bottle into snifter. best by date of 11-20-13.
A - Hazy dark copper with an off white 1.5 finger head that slowly develops. It does fade into a ring, but leaves a lot of webbed lacing on the glass.
S - Citrus, pine, and floral. Sweetness from the malts, caramel, honey, brown sugar.
T - Bitter pine up front with notes of floral and citrus. It is quickly put aside by a big sweet malt flavor in the middle. Honey, syrup, brown sugar and caramel come in very quickly. There is a light citrus bitter finish. If you are looking for the bitter to take over, this will disappoint.
M - It is a medium to full bodied IIPA with decent carbonation. A slick, yet syrup like feel.
O - This year the bottle will have a best buy date stamped on it about 4 months after bottling. This reminds me of Double Crooked Tree, but not as intense. It does have a bitter front, but it is quickly pushed aside by a massive wave of malt sweetness. You have to really pay attention to notice how bitter it starts, but most people only get the sweetness in the middle. Bought a 6pk for $12.49
09-17-2013 23:33:43 | More by Ri0
Satisfaction Jacksin from Ale Asylum
86 out of 100 based on 231 ratings.