Fairweather IPA - Broken Tooth Brewing
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Reviews by Kuaff:
4.21/5 rDev +6.3%
Enjoyed on tap and served in a pint glass at the Moose's Tooth.
Not much of a head, save for a partial sheet of swirled white froth on the surface. The beer's a dark hazy gold.
Smells like pine, citrus, and tropical fruits. Very nice.
Tastes really good! There's bitter pine, biscuity breadiness, juicy citrus, and, oddly, a subtle apple cider aspect. Somewhat of a spicy finish. Delicious.
Full-bodied for an IPA. Good.
Really a wonderful IPA from this little brewery. And it goes great with their pizza.
09-30-2013 20:35:46 | More by Kuaff
More User Reviews:
4.03/5 rDev +1.8%
Moose's Tooth makes what is quite possibly the best pizza in the world and it is good to know that they have some great beers to go along with. MY father and I decided to get some growlers at Moose's Tooth and I chose the IPA. It did not disappoint.
The head was a little frothy but I considered it to be mostly bubbly and a white toffee color.
It smelled sweeter than I thought it would but that's not a negative against it and of course it was hoppy in aroma.
Upon taking my first sip I enjoyed the bubbly and bitey carbonation that greeted my tongue at the beginning. The hops added bitterness and spice to the beginning but had a nice lingering effect throughout the body. Sweetness balanced the beer very well and was evident in the finish.
This is a full-bodied but light IPA that is very satisfying. Good stuff!
02-25-2011 20:35:18 | More by BeardedRiker
4.68/5 rDev +18.2%
This is an exceptional IPA. The Moose's Tooth is known for their beer and pizza and this is my favorite Moose's Tooth brew. I am a big fan of IPA's and this beer gets good marks for it's consistent taste and drinkability.
The color is just slightly darker than a golder ale. The head is fairly small and often the beer is poured to the very top of the pint glass with barely a head at all. There is a profound hop aroma as any IPA should have. The taste is very smooth and hoppy, tastes of Cascade hops.
A definite summer time drinking beer.
07-30-2008 23:11:49 | More by savnac
4.2/5 rDev +6.1%
The color of this nice IPA threw me a bit, it was a very lager like pale gold. Head retention was good and lacing ok. Aroma was a bit subdued and had some malty notes with some fresh grassiness. Hoppy, a different hoppiness but good. Not as floral or citrusy, hard to describe but it was nice and satisfying. Very drinkable beer.
07-04-2004 20:20:25 | More by Mark
4/5 rDev +1%
On tap at the brewpub the other day.
The IPA pours a light orange color with OK head retention and lacing. Nose is classic IPA, with some pretty noticeable citrusy bitterness and black pepper. On the palate, this IPA is all west coast, with a very dry flavor profile. The hoppy bitterness is huge and impressive, and really dominates everything else. I get some lemon, grapefruit bitterness, with some blackpepper as well. The finish is long, dry and bitter. This beer is at most medium bodied, and alcohol is well disguised.
A very nice IPA, but it seemed just a bit out of balance to me, as a bit harsh as well on the palate. Still, this is a pretty solid beer, one I would happily order again with food at the MT.
07-05-2009 16:31:19 | More by John_M
3.78/5 rDev -4.5%
ON tap at the Brewpub yesterday, my first beer in AK in two years.
A - Pours a nice bright, darker orange with nice bright white head. Tons of lacing stair stepping down the glass as I drink.
S - Smell is pretty mild, but there is some nice piney hops and grassy/floral tones.
D - Drink is also mild, but again very pine and grassy.
O - A bit muted, but flavor is nice. An IIPA WOULD ROCK!
07-22-2011 17:22:08 | More by HuskyinPDX
4.2/5 rDev +6.1%
A- Slightly hazed orange. Head was thin and white, retention was ok but not great. Some lacing.
S- The aroma, though lacking in volume when chilled, developed stronger citrus (definite white grapefruit) aromas when warmed. A bit one dimensional, albeit enjoyable.
T- The malt showed up here. Slightly caramel leaning malt, with a good white grapefruit hop profile. Much more balanced than the aroma, which is key.
M- Medium body. Carbonation was maybe a touch low, but not terribly so.
D- A good local IPA. Major points for the balance in flavors in this day of one dimensional beers.
12-27-2010 07:02:57 | More by jsprain1
4.48/5 rDev +13.1%
Picked up a growler from Mooses Tooth. Nice citrus and pine smell. Pours a dark gold with little head. Taste has a bite to it and the hops hits in the back. There are flavors of citrus and somewhat of an apple taste (maybe). One of the best IPA's out there.
06-21-2014 17:39:26 | More by Mickeyp2814
Fairweather IPA from Broken Tooth Brewing
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