Stone IPA Dry Hopped With Centennial - Stone Brewing Co.
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Ratings: 9 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by BeerAmbassador:
3.38/5 rDev -16.3%
Had this beer on cask at the Toronado in San Diego. Golden yellow with a slight orange hue. Little to no head. Pine and grapefruit peel on the nose, with a bit of floral backbone as well. Typical mouthfeel for a cask beer, a bit creamy and less carbonation. Long lasting bitterness on the finish. I always try to get a cask beer if I see one only because I don't see them very often. Overall I was a little disappointed with this beer as it didn't seem to gain much by being put on cask.
07-26-2011 00:23:23 | More by BeerAmbassador
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3.48/5 rDev -13.9%
Pours a golden yellow with maybe just a tiniest bit of orange to it. For a cask ale, surprisingly large sudsy foam head.
Smells like ... Stone IPA with maybe a bit more floral to it. Hmmm....maybe I'm mistaken in thinking centennial is supposed to add a robust grapefruit-y/citrus base to a beer?
Taste is, again, Stone IPA with maybe a bit more pine/floral residue to it. The mouthfeel is flat, the beer is a bit too warm for my tastes (sorry cask beer lovers), and I don't think the dry hopping added too much to it. If anything, I think I prefer the normal version. There's almost a soapy aftertaste to the beer that's hard to describe.
02-26-2010 01:23:34 | More by Overlord
Stone IPA Dry Hopped With Centennial from Stone Brewing Co.
- out of 100 based on 9 ratings.