Southern Dobis - Cellarmaker Brewing Co.
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Ratings: 29 | Reviews: 6 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by GJ40:
4.19/5 rDev -5.6%
Sampled on tap at Ale Arsenal. Light golden, almost yellowish color with a slight haze and a small white head. A tame but confident aroma of citrus and fruit. A hop leaning flavor but with nice balance and complexity. This is a very easy drinking IPA without lacking its message. It's my first Cellarmaker but I look forward to more.
06-10-2014 00:00:15 | More by GJ40
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4.63/5 rDev +4.3%
I missed the Southern Dobis that Cellarmaker presented on cask by blending Dobis and Southern Passion for SF Beer Week so I figured I had to try this now that they brewed a full batch of it. Wow. I mean I've really been blown way by Cellarmaker's continuous success with hops but this one really caught me off guard. A pale orange with huge citrusy tropical fruits in the nose this drinks so easily. Not overly bitter, the hops are balanced flawlessly in this one. I might venture to say this is the most impressive APA that Cellarmaker has made so far...that's saying a lot.
06-08-2014 02:23:19 | More by spark3148857
4.33/5 rDev -2.5%
Growler thanks to familynight (Reddit). Filled 6/11, shared with rudzud on 6/27
light fizzy bubbly head fades fairly quickly, little lacing, hazy golden honey orange color. Chill haze.
Nose is loaded with citrus and tropical notes, passion fruit, pineapple, papaya, lots of orange, zest and pith, little tangerine and Clementine.
Taste brings more orange and tangerine juice, little orange cream, with little orange rind and grapefruit pith, touch of passion fruit but no real tropical notes otherwise, fruit pectin, little mango actually, papaya, etc. Hint of light malt base, just enough to prop it up. Mild bitterness that increases a bit on the finish, dry finish, light, more orange juice and Clementine, juicy, little floral notes. So smooth and drinkable. The more I drink it, the more dank and resinous it gets.
Mouth is med bod, decent carb for a growler,
Overall it was a good beer, but I felt it should have been better, I think I'm spoiled wth Tree House, Hill Farmstead, Alchemist, Be Hoppy, etc... still pretty nice but not amazing.
06-30-2014 01:22:18 | More by jlindros
4.04/5 rDev -9%
Served in a pint glass at Ale Arsenal.
A: Hazy hay-colored. Light white head. See-through. Very pale ale.
S: Light and lightly citrusy. Hint of 'cheesiness' I associate with English house ales. Still discernibly hoppy.
T/M: Tasty and incredibly drinkable/refreshing. Full-bodied and semi-malty, while still managing to have a crisp finish. Good carbonation. Flavors are fruity, sweet, and vaguely earthy. Hoppy without being bitter.
O: Great pale ale. Highly recommended. Cellarmaker's pale ales continue to impress.
06-13-2014 02:13:24 | More by AgentMunky
4.33/5 rDev -2.5%
Big thanks to JLindros for the share.
A - Poured into a Kate the Great tulip a nice light haze orange hue with a two finger head that faded to leave light blanket.
S - Aromas of big wet hops, citrus, orange, tangerine, candy malts, dank hops, quite aromatic.
T - Taste is nice and bright hops, nice orange, bright, grapefruit finish, light malt sweetness, super faint Clementine. Fairly simple and straightforward but very well executed!
M - Mouthfeel is nice and lightly carbonated, incredibly drinkable.
O - Overall this beer was really nice and pleasant. Good citrus notes, tasty.
06-27-2014 22:50:25 | More by rudzud
Southern Dobis from Cellarmaker Brewing Co.
95 out of 100 based on 29 ratings.