Conehead Wheat IPA - Zero Gravity Craft Brewery / American Flatbread
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Ratings: 169 | Reviews: 13 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Rheaume17:
3.79/5 rDev -4.8%
Had on-tap at the Mule Bar in Winooski, VT.
A - Pours a hazy golden/orange color. A solid inch of thick head.
S - Very faint smell of citrus, picking up on more of a malty profile. Nothing really standing out too much.
T - Similar to the smell; I am getting very slight hints of citrus fruits, but the wheaty malt really stands out and overpowers everything else.
M - Good balanced carbonation, with a grainy feel to it.
O - This was my first beer from Zero Gravity. A decent beer that is easy to drink. I feel that a lot of the flavors are hidden behind the amount of wheat; but I guess that is why it is a wheat IPA! Like I said, a solid offering, but nothing amazing in my eyes.
11-16-2013 13:36:24 | More by Rheaume17
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3.55/5 rDev -10.8%
On tap at Three Penny. Served in a pint glass.
Appearance - Hazy bright orange. Big white head that doesn't last. Some lacing and minimal surface foam.
Smell - Bright citrus hop. Lots of orange. And then wheat takes over. Really strong wheat smell.
Taste - Bright hop. Citrusy again. Fades to a hint of sugar, but grain is strong again. Lots of grainy wheat. Very slight bitterness and a grassy finish.
Mouthfeel - It's really grainy. Detracts from the smoothness of the finish. Medium body otherwise.
Overall - Tasty hops masked by wheat. Otherwise quite good.
07-18-2013 16:37:50 | More by Alieniloquium
4.25/5 rDev +6.8%
Enjoyed on-tap at American Flatbread, Burlington Hearth about a week ago. Zero Gravity brews have always struck me as reliably good yet often underwhelming, but I gave this unique style a try while dining there. Seemed to be a 12oz pour.
A: Cloudy orange, very well done and attractive.
S: Fruity, citrusy, very pleasant. I believe there was an emphasis on Citra hops.
T: Significant citrus hop profile with a background of adequate, yet not overpowering hops. Extremely pleasant, hoppy, and drinkable.
M: Spot on for an AIPA.
O: I like Zero Gravity's R. Prime IPA but, compared to this, it can't stand up. Conehead is one of the better AIPAs I've had outside of Hill's Susan and I will undoubtedly return to grab a $9 growler of this while it lasts. Try it if you can.
11-06-2013 20:55:07 | More by BTVflatlander
Conehead Wheat IPA from Zero Gravity Craft Brewery / American Flatbread
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