Ripple - Kane Brewing Company
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Ratings: 55 | Reviews: 6 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Teleweizen2:
4/5 rDev -2.2%
A - pours a completely cloudy ruddy orange. Almost burnt sienna (thanks crayola!). Full white pillowy foam rises up slowly. Leaves thick webs of lacing.
S - aroma is grassy and fruity. Lots of layered fruit characters. Citrus, passion fruit, gooseberry, and mango. Grassiness and hints of leafy herbs. Fluffy, doughy malt profile rounds it out nicely.
T - lightly sweet doughy bread. Zesty citrus bitterness comes through easily. Sweet orange peel, mango, papaya and hints of white grapes. Backend is more intensely bitter but the dry finish keeps it on the refreshing side.
M - lighter side of medium bodied. Creamy texture. High carb.
O - best beer from Kane yet. Low abv, malt is full yet on the drier side. And tons of hops. I love it.
10-19-2013 02:49:19 | More by Teleweizen2
More User Reviews:
4.49/5 rDev +9.8%
On Tap on 8/27/2013
A-Pours a cloudy and murky, but glowing with an effervescent orange color. I tend to really like beers that look like this.
S- Smell is really great, tons of fresh hops even when not directly trying to smell. Had this next to their DIPA and the smell was just as powerful.
T/F- This is where this beer really amazed me. When thinking of it just as a beer, its amazing and packed with flavor you'd expect from a IPA/DIPA, but when thinking about this as a "Session IPA", it blows away all of the offers I have had (ie, All Day IPA, Fractional, ect). The taste if on par with any big bold beer, and the body is amazing for being such a low ABV IPA, no watery feel what so ever, which I believe is the result of the flaked oats.
O- I love any hoppy beer Kane puts out and this is no exception. Such a smooth and fresh hop smell and taste throughout. I would love to see this canned some day.
08-30-2013 15:40:56 | More by Hessian257
4.65/5 rDev +13.7%
Had the privilege of trying this at the first tap offering of this gem from Kane. I cannot thank this brewery enough for what they're doing for the sate of NJ.
Pours a cloudy hay color. Smells so damn intoxicating. There are tropical notes everywhere. Taste follows in the same fashion. Something about the oats and Amarillo hops!
Love this beer!
08-28-2013 00:19:15 | More by jiggad369
4.29/5 rDev +4.9%
Growler into a dimpled mug.
A- This beer s beautiful. It's cloudy, hazy, bright and a colorful orange all at once. Bubbles are visible through the clouds, producing a big fluffy white head that tapers slowly and leaves serious lacing.
S- The aroma is all of solid hop punches; citrus and floral. There's a slight note of alcohol but the hops lead the way.
T-Citrus hops upfront with some light sweet malts on the back end. The flavor takes on more of the APA as the glass empties.
M- Thick. There is a lot of body in this 4.6% abv brew. It comes from the addition of flaked oats, I guess. There's a give and take between the hop bite and the malts, balanced. Good carbonation, too.
O- It's no surprise that this is a strong offering, Kane Brewing consistently delivers the goods.
This has so much body for a low abv, hoppy session ale, it's amazing.
09-15-2013 16:59:30 | More by NiceTaps
Ripple from Kane Brewing Company
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