Inlet IPA - 16 Mile Brewing Company
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3.5/5 rDev +1.4%
A good English IPA. 12oz bottle not dated. Light copper color, modest brief white head, no lacing. Taste and smell are dry and bitter, a little toasty, and grassy hops. Good mouth-feel, bitter finish. My wife likes it too. Easy drinking. I would drink this again.
06-24-2014 15:18:46 | More by JohnSand
3.15/5 rDev -8.7%
A: Beautiful frothy light sandstone colored head is firm and well lasting sitting atop a darken reddish-orange body. A light spacious slow rise of effervesce within while a milky coating of lace sticks to the glass walls.
S: Fresh cut grass and oranges, dry caramelized bready-pine with a relatively low rate of aromatic sense. Low key, mundane, lacks enticement.
T: Flavor was bitter, dry pine, dry caramel with a bitterness of dried lemon peels. Mid-range level of dry hopping, lower end level of complexity. The bitterness is there, just not alot of flavor component. Some warming citrus flowers and dry bread crust, with a dry caramelized citrus twang on the swallow.
M: Malty medium heavy body, light range of carbonation presence, dry bready crust feel on the tongue.
O: Again, dry hopped, very linear flavor-wise, with a dry malting. Dry drinking, lacks excitment and range of clarity. B level of dry hop bitterness, C level of execution and delivery. Ok,
06-12-2014 23:53:53 | More by beerthulhu
3.5/5 rDev +1.4%
This beer has a nice copper color body, with a small head to it. The aroma is dominant strong hops, I get a little grain also. The taste is upfront bitter hops. I get a little maltness on the middle of the tongue. The mouthfeel is smooth and leaves a bitter after taste. Overall this is s good english ipa.
12-22-2013 03:45:50 | More by chefhatt
Inlet IPA from 16 Mile Brewing Company
79 out of 100 based on 102 ratings.