Another One - Maine Beer Company
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Reviews by Teleweizen2:
4.01/5 rDev -5.9%
A - first pour is a clear and bright lighter shade of orange with a massive mouse like white foam. Tight bubbles linger while i pour the rest of the bottle into the large wine glass. The color changes to a completely cloudy coppery amber. The white foam leaves rings of lacing the wrap around the glass.
S - the nose is ripe, juicy, and herbal. Fleshy orange pulp and apricot wrapped in pink grapefruit rind. Notes of spruce tips and evergreen trees around the edges.
T - slighty sweet malt character collides with juicy, sweet fruit flavors. Follows the nose fairly closely. Apricot and orange pulp with a tinge of pineapple as well as pithy grapefruit for bitterness. Pine and spruce notes give off more bitterness. Finish more smooth and juicy.
M - high amounts of prickly carbonation. Grainy texture. Medium bodied.
O - great ipa. Piny and fruity. Great flavors, love it.
10-19-2013 03:09:28 | More by Teleweizen2
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4.3/5 rDev +0.9%
Huge thanks to smokeypeat for sending me this one - the guy hooks it up like no other. Another One pours the color of honey and is almost completely opaque, though the haze appears softer than typical for an unfiltered IPA. As the stark white, pillow head slowly settles, it leaves very nice rings of lacing that traverse at least half the glass.
I take a whiff and I'm very pleasantly surprised. I honestly didn't know what to expect from this beer at all, but one sniff in and I'm already liking the way things are going. Incredibly hop-centric; pines, leaves, lightly floral, and very "wet" and juicy. The beer was bottled 6/11/2013, so this sucker is only a few weeks old.
Citrus character from the hops are huge, too, with tons of grapefruit, lemon zest, and orange rind. We had this beer right before a bottle of Kuhnhenn's "TRIPA" (an amped up version of DRIPA) and the aromas were very similar. Another One was perhaps less citrusy, but also less malty-sweet and more generous in terms of hop appreciation.
An oily and pungent bitterness strikes quickly within the first moments of each sip and comes riding on the back of a big ol' flavorful hop bill. Leafy, piney, and just mildly resinous, the hops taste nearly as wet and fresh as they smelled. A slight onion-like note is appreciated and drives for more complexity in an already impressive brew.
Orange rind and grapefruit pith seem like perfect descriptors here. The fruity aspect isn't quite as soft and sweet as the aroma would make it seem, rather they head down the path of unforgiving bitterness. I've gotta say, though, it's not a bad thing at all. Very mild bready malts are noticeable in the finish, but otherwise are buried under the hop shelter.
Great finish on this, with a crisp, wet, and slick mouth feel. Medium bodied, plenty of carbonation. This was my first Maine Brewing beer, and if this is any indication of how they handle IPAs, then I need to get Lunch in my face, pronto. Very enjoyable, and according to the rating on many websites, under-appreciated in my opinion.
06-27-2013 16:20:22 | More by tectactoe
Another One from Maine Beer Company
95 out of 100 based on 949 ratings.