IPA (Double 4C) - The Kernel Brewery
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Reviews by flyingpig:
United Kingdom (Scotland)
4.01/5 rDev +39.2%
330ml Bottle from Good Spirits Co, Glasgow (£4.20):
Orange to amber with a slightly hazy body and a head that consists of little more than a patchy lacing across the top.
Lots of tropical fruits with pineapple coming through strongest, although grapefruit, mango and apricot also feature among others. There is a lot of sweetness with a strong hop presence and some solid, background malts laced with caramel.
Sweet with a huge amount of tropical fruits coming through along with the mango, apricot and grapefruit from the nose, pineapple & hops too. Sweet malts and a hoppy bitterness round things off nicely but it is a beer that was starting to fade slightly
Smooth & easy to drink considering the strength of the beer, the alcohol content is very well hidden here with only a faint warming mouthfeel in places. The body is medium here with light carbonation and touches of spice. The balance was fairly good too and the beer started very refreshing and juicy.
This is another beer from The Kernel that started excellently with the smell coming through wonderfully and the alcohol content hidden almost completely throughout. The beer was very refreshing and easy to drink, particularly at the start. A good beer but if I'm honest I'm not entirely sure how likely I would be to pick the beer up again.
02-17-2014 09:45:25 | More by flyingpig
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