Chinookie IPA - Full Pint Brewing Company
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3.88/5 rDev +3.2%
-Best by july 2013. Lot#288. Consumed 5/2/13.
A: Dirty orange , creamy, milky, buff toned head is slight, shortly holding. Thin broken stratified ring lacing of modest coverage.
S: Leafy celery aroma, some spiciness of floral lemon-citrus. Woodsy, fresh shrubbery with sweet toasted grains.
T: The marris otter provides a deep creamy malt base while the dry chinook hops leave a flowery, pollen like coating on the tongue. Some dry flowery pine and celery, leafy hop cones, with a strong level of dry hops linger quite a bit. A dry malt powdery leave with flashes of toasted grain sweetness peeking out every once in awhile.
M: Milky, creamy mouthful, dry hops with a soft residual malt coating.
O: Overall flashes of malt sweetness mingles with the dry chinook hops and a creamy malt base and residual coating all points to a solid entry and worthy try. I find the malt base quite unique here from the marris otter and worth it just for that.
05-10-2013 00:05:23 | More by beerthulhu
4.39/5 rDev +16.8%
A- Poured from growler (got on tap at bottle shop) into pint glass. Mid to Light amber color
S- Smelled lightly of citrus and pine
T- Very hoppy, immediately. Tasted some bitterness similar to that of a grapefruit, delicious!
M- Very crisp, had a fruity aftertaste. I loved how aggressive the hops were in the beginning and it had a nice finish, no lingering of any unwanted flavors (IMO)
Definitely love this IPA, I think its from around the Pittsburgh area, so I'm lucky that my local Philly bottle shop had it on tap. Definitely an IPA I would pick up again. (Modest price: $17 for a 64 oz growler)
05-04-2013 22:29:04 | More by admccabe
3.33/5 rDev -11.4%
12 ounce bottle
Served in a perfect pint glass
A - It is orangish amber in color with golden highlights. It is topped with two inches of off-white to beige head.
S - It has a citrus aroma that is grapefruit-centric. I also detect some caramel malt.
T - I get a hint of the caramel malt, then it gets bitter. There is just a lot of bitterness throughout the beer. I get a little citrus, but it is just bitter.
M - Medium with some chalkiness.
O - This is not my favorite flavor profile for an IPA. I prefer some more citrus and less straight up bitterness.
04-28-2013 17:50:27 | More by buschbeer
4.18/5 rDev +11.2%
This is great stuff!! I'm quite a hophead, and this beer stands out. The nose is fresh hops, and the taste doesn't disappoint. Bitter, grapefruit, grass, and sweaty IPA goodness. Extremely drinkable and yet it can go head to head with bigger IPAs. I'll be buying this by the case. Full Pint does it again!
04-07-2013 21:38:30 | More by CoalCellar
Chinookie IPA from Full Pint Brewing Company
85 out of 100 based on 390 ratings.