Single-Wide I.P.A. - Boulevard Brewing Co.
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3.98/5 rDev +6.4%
Appearance: Cloudy golden orange with a slight amount of lacing on top.
Smell: Buttery sweet caramel hops are right on the tip of my nose.
Taste & Mouthfeel: The sweet hops hit you at first, then it goes up a notch with a grainy bittersweet tongue covering of hops at the end. Has just a slight bit of carbonation midway through the beer, then mellows out.
Drinkability: A very refreshing IPA. Unusually thirst-quenching. Another great beer in Boulevard's solid lineup. Very impressed by this beer and this beer company. Cheers'.
09-16-2010 02:19:12 | More by July2Nov
3.63/5 rDev -2.9%
Appearance is a cloudy golden with a nice off white head sticks around awhile leaving fair lace. Smell of lightly sweet malts and citrus. Taste doesn't have a big malt backbone to balance with the hops that leaves a dry grapefruit finish. Mouthfeel is medium with a good spike of carbonation. Not a bad IPA, but I just have other favorites that it can't stand up to.
04-17-2011 23:12:34 | More by Bookseeb
4/5 rDev +7%
Poured from bottle into a pint glass. A really agressive pour will yield a huge head, much like the Double-Wide version. Slightly hazy straw-colored body.
Good hop aroma featuring floral and citrus notes. Does not seems to be leaning toward sweet. A touch of malt toward the end.
Solid hop bitter flavor. Citrus and pine, then some grapefruit. A touch of sweet, bready malt balance on the back end.
High level of carbonation, and a medium to light mouthfeel. Overall, I like this version, especially the overall flavor, a little better than the Double-Wide version. I think the flavors blend better.
03-25-2011 02:58:18 | More by FanofHefe
3.98/5 rDev +6.4%
Clear dark gold fizzy pour with huge three finger head with good retention and great lacing. Dry, piney, grassy nose without the typical citrus aroma for an IPA. The taste has a bit more citrus with subtle grapefruit and lemon, but tangy, bitter, grassy pine is the star. The malt sweetness emerges as it warms, but the balance is leaning to the bitter side. With that said, it definitely grows on you with a great crisp, dry finish with a nice lingering hop bite. My first offering from Boulevard but not my last.
06-01-2011 16:54:52 | More by beerdrifter
Single-Wide I.P.A. from Boulevard Brewing Co.
84 out of 100 based on 1,360 ratings.