Be Hoppy - Wormtown Brewing Co.
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Reviews by GotWad629:
4.5/5 rDev +3.9%
Really pumped that this is available in 4 pack tall boy cans now
Pours a dark yellow/coppery color - my girlfriend said it looked like dehydrated urine. Tomato tomat-o I guess
Smells of resinous hops, pine, lemon peel, sweet/stale grain. Again the lady said it was like walking through a forest amongst pines with an orange grove right next door - she's good.
An intense hop burst hits the tongue first with pine and earthy hops notes followed by Sweet malt and bitterness.
Finishes dry with carbonation that is spot on for an IPA - fills your mouth and cuts some bitterness.
12-08-2013 22:12:29 | More by GotWad629
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3.93/5 rDev -9.2%
On draft @ the Horseshoe Pub in Hudson, MA.
A: This beer pours a slightly hazy light golden color with a one finger of white head. Head recedes relatively quickly and leaves nice wisped lacing on the glass.
S: Nose is floral hops, pepper, a touch of pine and a nice solid bready, malt backbone.
T: Taste starts with a nice peppery, floral note before a nice balanced bready, malt fills through the middle with hints of grapefruit. Finish has an underlaying grapefruit flavoring that compliments a strong pine presence.
M: Medium body, medium carbonation, oily feel with a rather dry finish.
O: Goes down easily, tasty, not too filling, mild kick, nice representation of style. I haven't had an IPA with much floral notes lately, so this was a nice change of pace and very nicely done.
04-28-2012 23:40:21 | More by ExtraStout
4/5 rDev -7.6%
From BeerAdvocate magazine Issue #60 (Jan 2012):
LOOK: Brilliant pale gold color
SMELL: Toasted orange peel, mint, evergreen, ripe pears, figs, hemp seeds, white peppercorn, caramel, cake batter
TASTE: Think resin, floral, herbal, oily, fresh tobacco, citric rind, fresh mint, guava, very bitter, passionfruit, dates, dry finish
This is a sleeper IPA, waiting patiently for more people to try it. Despite the gripes of West Coast naysayers, it appears East Coast brewers can indeed brew hoppy beers of epic proportions. It certainly sent our palates for a ride and fed our hop addiction. A must-try for hopheads.
08-28-2012 19:00:52 | More by BeerAdvocate
Be Hoppy from Wormtown Brewing Co.
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