Panic IPA - Track 7 Brewing Co.
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Reviews by Fatehunter:
3.76/5 rDev -5.5%
Poured a nice one and half fingers of head, too bad it was short lived. The body is a hazy, dark straw color.
The aroma has a great spiciness with lemon and pine.
The taste is a bold, strong pine and lemon bitter from beginning to end. It's held up by a solid malt backbone.
The texture is crisp but smooth with moderate carbonation.
Enjoyable with a great boldness.
09-08-2013 17:11:52 | More by Fatehunter
More User Reviews:
3.74/5 rDev -6%
Served on-tap at Capitol Beer and Tap Room in Sacramento, CA
Appearance - Clear, golden orange in color served up with a white, half finger of head. Fair retention. Streaky lacing with fair stick.
Smell - Sweet, fruity aroma, while the hops set in strong with pine and grapefruit character.
Taste - Follows the nose; sweet and fruity, with faint traces of candied apricot. Hops are prominent, hitting on grapefruit and pine qualities. Nice, clean finish.
Mouthfeel - Medium in body with moderate carbonation. Smooth, drinkable quality.
Overall - This is your classic West Coast IPA, and a nice example of it. Reminiscent of FW Union Jack or SN Torpedo, though I find this to be more approachable. It doesn't break new ground, but it's certainly worth a try, and a good effort made for a relatively young brewery.
02-16-2013 18:55:39 | More by TheSixthRing
4.53/5 rDev +13.8%
Comes delivered in a 1 Pint (473ml) bottle. This beer pours with a golden shade of amber, with a shy but somewhat dense head that disappears shortly after release. The beer is murky enough to deny you to see through it. The subtle but yet very authoritative aroma is mesmerizing and delivers an absolute treat to the nose and is among one of the best I've come around.
The taste is very pleasing with a dense hoppy tone that shows a preference towards the fruity, which leaves plenty of room for more of its kind. In other words, the Panic IPA will satisfy most hop loving folks, but its aftertaste does not stick around for a while (and thus does not have a dry aftermath), leaving the consumer wanting yet another one. It can be enjoyed on any occasion, but probably suits best as the highlight of the cooler at a backyard BBQ event.
05-19-2013 21:59:22 | More by MockY
3.75/5 rDev -5.8%
Picked up a can from a beer trade. Poured in a shaker pint, the beer is a hazy, light, copper coloring with a steady flow of carbonation mist throughout the body, and a low profile, thin, wispy, white head. Aromas of dank hops, grapefruit and orange zest, subtle apricot, caramel, and toasted notes. Tangy and bitter nose, overall. Flavors are tart and bitter forward, heavily so. Wow! Blast of resin and mossy hops characteristics, with pine pitch and pine tassels in the mix, too. Grapefruit, pineapple, apricot, and orange zest on the palate, as well. Smooth, light bodied, with a tangy sweet blend of caramel and fruit in the aftertaste, swept up completely by the bitter, resinous linger. The finish is slick, lingering, yet clean, with only a subtle bitterness left behind to gently dry the palate. Tasty, drinkable, hoppy beer! Wow!
06-20-2014 00:39:56 | More by GarthDanielson
Panic IPA from Track 7 Brewing Co.
88 out of 100 based on 53 ratings.