Single-Wide I.P.A. - Boulevard Brewing Co.
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5/5 rDev +33.7%
Wow! What a surprise. I was on vacation in the Black Hills / Rushmore area and dined a few nights in a small town restaurant. I tried several offerings that were new to me. This wasn't one of them, but the locals directed me to a local grocery store that carried a decent selection. As I prefer IPAs, I grabbed a six of this and struck gold. I saved one for the holidays and now I am out. Time for a road trip!
12-31-2010 05:03:09 | More by TheOtherMike
4.85/5 rDev +29.7%
My "go to" ale for several months now. Brought home in 12 oz bottles in the iconic Boulevard beer box! BLVD is our "hometown" brewery and are always coming out with new exciting ales and now even a lager.
It pours a light amber color somewhat cloudy, and if you use a Frosty Freezer mug like I always do, you'll get a massive foamy head on this stuff! YUM! Lots of citrus, nice bitter aftertaste lingers so the finish is not quite as "snappy" as I like even though the carbonation is relatively high. Also there is not as much hoppy aroma as other IPAs I've had. All that being said though this is one drinkable ale and when overwhelmed with all the choices our local store has, I'll usually pick up the Single Wide!
01-01-2010 18:46:15 | More by 7thstreetbrewery
4.72/5 rDev +26.2%
Poured from 12oz bottle into pint glass.
A - Golden in color, somewhat cloudy with a huge white head that diminishes rather quicklyleaving spotty lacing.
S - Grapefruit, pine, faint smell of golden malt.
T - More malt flavor than the aroma would suggest, followed by the freshest tasting citrusy grapefruit and piney hops I've ever tasted.
M - As with other Boulevard brews this is a bit over carbonated; however, it seems to work well with this. Very crisp and clean.
D - This is the first commercially available American IPA that I've liked. Most American IPA's totally obscure malt flavor in favor of an overpowering citrus hops. Boulevard has done an excellent job of balancing both and still having that "American" IPA flavor but with some malt in there as well. It is crisp, refreshing, and VERY drinkable.
02-15-2009 20:55:33 | More by mcsquint
4.68/5 rDev +25.1%
A - cloudy orange w/ an ivory 2 finger head and notable retention
S - fruity and hoppy, plenty of juicy citrus and grapefruit. this is gonna be good....
T - bitter grapefruit and floral characteristic against a malty wheat bread backround. This beer excells in balance. not overly bitter(enough to satisfy)
MF - i love unfiltered brews! feel is full and chewy on a medium sized body w/ moderate carbonation.
D - what a sleeper IPA1 why does this beer not get mentioned along w/ 60 min, Alpha King, Furious and 2 Hearted? This is a beer that shows amazing balance, nice feel, and great flavor. exceptionaly built brew. I could drink this all night.
09-29-2009 01:38:24 | More by bonsreeb85
4.58/5 rDev +22.5%
got a sixer of this while on a trip to "omaha":
A: pretty straw colored brew, heatly generous white head is slow to settle. hard to evaluate lacing: drinking this from a paper cup from the hotel (sad)
S:outSTANDING. nice piney hops to the nose. Not sure if this is dry hopped but I expect that's a big yes.
T: again, GREAT: this is right up to the Stone Brewing standard.
M: a bit more carbonation than I expected, but not bad. Also a bit less on the ABV, but I can have another to compensate for that.
D: I will state this is a session IPA because...it's all that good. I am getting worried that I wont be able to find this when I get home. option is to drink lots of it before I leave!
07-13-2010 02:59:11 | More by burnerfinger
Single-Wide I.P.A. from Boulevard Brewing Co.
84 out of 100 based on 1,359 ratings.