Ripple - Kane Brewing Company
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Ratings: 61 | Reviews: 7 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by xnicknj:
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4.49/5 rDev +9.5%
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 +13.4%
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 +4.6%
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
90 out of 100 based on 61 ratings.