IPA - Peter B's Brew Pub
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3.4/5 rDev -8.1%
Decent stuff, high clarity amber to orange color, no head or lacing. Nice sweet aroma, i'm now thinkin Britishesque.
Same impression in the taste, mouthfeel gets a little stickier, but this is just a run of the mill ipa, which is a t least the style that gets the job done. I dunno, cascade, sterling, Kent goldings maybe. American then British at times.
Easy enough to drink. We'll see if I revise drinkability when I get he check.
06-24-2010 04:05:12 | More by Beerandraiderfan
2.9/5 rDev -21.6%
On-tap at the brewery/restaurant. Pint glass.
A: Served a burnt dark amber with a thick long lasting film that left great lacing.
S: Weak notes of bready malt and a bit of leafy hops.
T: Pretty malty but there’s a good dose of grassy hops. The finish is lightly bitter.
M: Bubbly carbonation, medium body, clean, with a slightly chewy mouthfeel.
O: Too much malt. Maybe an old keg? Not the best ipa.
10-08-2011 18:20:27 | More by scottfrie
3.86/5 rDev +4.3%
Pours a amber tinged golden color in the Affligem chalice. The head is quite nice with plenty of carbonation in the mouthfeel. Light body and 6.5% ABV according to the label. The aroma is full of flowery hops and fruity resins.
Flavor is a light crackery malt to showcase the hops. Is this Mosaic? It's insanely fruity, rather tart, and tastes like mango, pineapple, with a club soda chaser. They rate this at 60 IBUs, though it not severely hoppy. More than a little bit hot in the aftertaste. This is all soprano notes but it's an interesting tangy style of IPA.
Great aromatics with a user-friendly level of bitterness makes this a tasty quaff. From the 22 oz bottle purchased at Bottles N' Bins Liquor in Monterey.
10-08-2013 05:11:17 | More by mactrail
IPA from Peter B's Brew Pub
84 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.