Category 3 IPA - Due South Brewing Co.
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District of Columbia
3.98/5 rDev +14.7%
From tap to taster at Due South tasting room on 6/2/12
A: Clean 24k amber. A 1.25 finger head, minimal lacing and a small collar top the glass.
S: Pine, a touch of fresh juice, sticky resin and a bit of charred malt.
T: Dry, with plenty of biting, bitter hops. As it moves back, I get some juiciness and fruit. Really pleasant.
M: Dense. It's a bit thicker and rich then I originally expected for a south Florida beer.
O: Pretty well done, Due South. I'd like to see a bit more tropical, juiciness to this, as it was 98 degrees (see what I did there?) outside when I quaffed this. And when it's that hot, gimme fruit, not pine and resin. But it's a minor squabble, as this IPA is tasty none the less. Can't wait to tick their Category 4 DIPA.
06-12-2012 04:22:21 | More by Rhettroactive
3.9/5 rDev +12.4%
On draft at Due South for their Grand Opening. Nice hoppy presence, both in the aroma and flavor. Slight malt on the back end with a nice biter finish. Was impressed with this one. Good balance between the hops and malts. Very sessionable and easy to drink on a hot Florida day.
05-17-2012 01:30:10 | More by dimenhetfield
3.76/5 rDev +8.4%
Dark amber color with some suspended solids at cold temperatures that eventually settle as the glass warms. Big, light, foamy head that leaves big chunks of lacing on the side of the glass. Smell is citrus and yeast with a slightly bready backbone. Taste is very bready with some bitterness and an astringent finish. Feel is quite light with a good amount of carbonation that contributes to the lightness. Overall a very drinkable warm weather beer.
02-17-2013 22:37:39 | More by JohnQVD
Category 3 IPA from Due South Brewing Co.
79 out of 100 based on 105 ratings.