Sopwith Camel IPA - BiPlane Brewing Co.
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Ratings: 1 | Reviews: 1
Reviews by woemad:
3.71/5 rDev 0%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75
From notes made this summer.
Consumed on-tap at the brewpub, which is pretty much the only place you are going to find BiPlane beers.
Poured a slightly dark amber color, with a bone white head that left little lace.
Piney and a little bit citrusy in the nose. There was a mild, bready maltiness present as well. Smelled like a serviceable IPA wthout sticking out from the crowd.
Taste was very similar to the nose. It wasn't a massive, palate wrecking kind of IPA, but it delivered hop flavor all the same. Kind of a session IPA - I felt I could have had several of them if I hadn't wanted to move on and try other things (and I still had Selkirk Abbey to visit).
Medium bodied, with a slightly resiny mouthfeel that was pretty much the same as a lot of IPAs I've had.
To recap, this was a decent, relatively easy drinking IPA that checked the appropriate boxes without really standing out from other standard IPAs. I don't remember what the abv was, but I doubt it was more than 6%. If you like IPAs and are visiting the BiPlane brewpub, you can order this without fear, but don't expect to be swept off your feet, either.
Serving type: on-tap
11-07-2013 04:01:37 | More by woemad
Sopwith Camel IPA from BiPlane Brewing Co.
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