County Line IPA - Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company
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Reviews by Gushue3:
3.93/5 rDev +6.2%
Poured into Jacks Abby pint. I had one HELL of a time opening this growler up...
Big thanks to my sister and cousin for stopping by and grabbing me growlers.
A Golden straw body with a slight orange hint and a tiny tiny haze. A vigorous pour brought a medium sized head with little retention leaving some lace when it went down. Pretty active carbonation in the glass when playing with it. Some foam is left on top of the beer.
S Sweet pale malts and earthy, piney hops.
T somewhat balanced upfront for a second then the bitterness really picks up fast. Piney grassy hops with a pretty harsh bitter finish that lingers. Theres some light malt upfront that's sweet then carried by hops to the finish. The more I drink it the more I can pick out the malts which is nice.
M Medium feel with similar carbonation. Finishes somewere between sticky and dry
O NIce IPA that destroyed my palate at first sip. I found it nice to drink a really bitter hoppy IPA and still get some malt out of it. Good stuff from a young brewery, looking forward to more when I'm in the Bristol/Croydon area
10-03-2012 00:08:37 | More by Gushue3
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3.75/5 rDev +1.4%
A: Hazy nectarine orange shows up a dense cadmium orange with a vibrant rush of carbonation. A two finger bone colored head is persistant in stay. Heavy foam lace deposits.
S: Tropical fruitiness upfront, freshly squeezed citrus juice, fresh green hops, and fresh orange with just a minor hint of white peppery flair. Bready, lightly toasted malts add depth.
T: Sweetly toasted grains with a bready nature, dry citrus, and grassy hops. Dry orange & peppery flair. Deep malted, toasted dry with a dry tropical-grassy hop touch. Sweet flashes upfront turns to a semi-dry of grassy hops on the close. Nice tropical orange zestness comes on the swallow with a hint of acidity.
M: Bready, full bodied, with some sizzle from the carbonation. Malty textured, semi-dry hop twang leave.
O: Good presentation and transistion of flavors, tropical, grassy, citrusy, orangey with varying degrees of complexity backed by a deep sweetly toasted malt base. Nice fresh burst of tropical hop twang on the swallow with a very good recommendation. Defiinitly not a one trick overly (dry) hopped pony, but something with a nice spectrum of flavors, both fresh and dry, tropical, and grassy, as well toasted sweet.
08-29-2013 22:12:05 | More by beerthulhu
County Line IPA from Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company
84 out of 100 based on 198 ratings.