Paleo IPA - North Country Brewing
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4/5 rDev +15.9%
The only IPA on the menu at the time I was there,poured into a standard pint glass a slight hazed peach color with a nice looking 1/2 finger white head that had good lasting power.A mix of citric,floral hops and lightly sweet caramel biscuit malt nicley balanced with the malt not interfering with the nice hop profile.A standard American style IPA wich I adore on the palate a deep grapefruit rind shot hits you upfront with a bit of pine resin with a caramelly sweet malt base thru out and into a nice finish.A very solid IPA no frills if your a hophead you will enjoy this and you will be able to enjoy a few of them.
03-19-2008 13:26:56 | More by oberon
3.78/5 rDev +9.6%
Growler i had filled at the brewery on a trip on 10/18 cracked it open a few hours later had a couple of nonic glasses with a few friends who like this beer.
Mirky opaque orange reddis hue with a 1" creamy bone white head with decent retention leaving a lasting creamy ring down the glass with a few small lace curtians and spots of lace.
A predominate hop aroma lots of pine and very minty with herbal notes in the background turning to some perfumyness as it warms
Light clean sweet malty taste,grainy/bisquity light maltiness with lots of tangy notes. Very complex hop taste with all the tastes as described in the aroma present at diffent intervals finishing with citrus rind.Lots of earthyness with a weak malty backbone has crisp hoppiness throughout. On the lighter side as an ipa goes making it very drinkable.clean and refreshing. A hop lovers brew. One the the best beers i tried at the brewery.
10-28-2008 01:44:50 | More by jcdiflorio
4/5 rDev +15.9%
The first beer I had at North Country, though there will hopefully be many more. Poured into a pint glass.
Appearance: A golden hazy yellow with a fat head that seemed to stick around and gobs of lacing also sticking around.
Smell: Lemon up front, some toned-down oily hops in the back. Some yeast and slight malt. Almost more like a Witbier, but I think because it wasn't infused with hops like most IPAs I've had lately. Still pleasant for sure.
Taste: The aromas go on to represent the taste quite well. Lemon and citrus right away, to bitter hops (which I think is due to the fact of the beer being slightly unbalanced, though it ended up doing something interesting for the beer), to a lingering bitter hop finish and slight malty finish to balance it all out.
Mouthfeel: Pretty creamy and impressive, as I thought it was going to be light for some reason, but it'd definitely medium-bodied and warranted.
Drinkability: I could see myself drinking a few more of these upon my next visit. I had a sip of two other beers, and this was by far the best, and a fine representation of the style as an IPA.
05-24-2005 18:52:56 | More by asabreed
3.28/5 rDev -4.9%
12 oz can poured into a tulip. From my latest shipment of beer of the every other month club.
A - pretty good. Nice orange body with creamy head.
N - nice citrusy hop scent. Not Much else.
T - not bad. Basic hops and malts profile.
M - medium carbonation, decent bitterness on the aftertaste.
O - certainly not the best Ipa ever, but it was a fine enough beer.
07-24-2014 23:37:48 | More by tkelley
3.41/5 rDev -1.2%
A big shout out to the legendary woodychandler for this beer. Poured from a 12 oz. can. Has a dark golden color with a 1/2 inch head. Smell is of hops, a bit of malts as well. Taste is balanced and mild, light bitterness, not bad but if you are looking for a hop bomb, this ain't it. Feels medium bodied in the mouth and overall is a decent beer.
03-08-2014 12:25:26 | More by tone77
3.88/5 rDev +12.5%
Thanks to treyrab for shooting me out some of this beer after he took the trip up to North County Brewing last weekend. Poured this into my tulip glass.
The body is hazy copper-hued orange, which even after the cross-state trip, had a healthy 1-finger head form after a bit of coaxing from the pour. Despite the lowish head, the lacing that is produces is fine and stringy and spotty all in one.
The aroma is incredibly floral, with hints of citrus zest and pine mixed in for good measure, all on top of a well-balanced caramel malt backbone. The flavor brings on more hoppy bitterness with the pine coming through more than it did in the aroma. However, the floral flavors fade to the back, and they are replaced by a slight booziness and biscuity character instead, throwing the flavor just slightly out of balance to the malty side.
The palate was very well done, as the carbonation blends nicely with the medium to light consistency of the beer. Overall, it could use a bit more balance, but this is a good representation of the style.
03-24-2011 02:12:25 | More by NittanyBeerFan
3.98/5 rDev +15.4%
Part of a 5oz sample platter.
Slightly cloudly, this golden IPA had a slightly sweet lemony nose that (blindfolded) one might mistake for a toned done witbier. Head was thin and white, with little or no lace. The lemony nose carries thru to the tongue, with a toned down hops for an IPA that was nice. Smoother than some IPA I have had, it peaked to a hoppier (hoppier?) throat.
While not blown away, this was a good IPA and could be a great summer choice to drink or enjoy with the right foods. You won't regret trying this.
04-03-2005 20:28:38 | More by BuckSpin
Paleo IPA from North Country Brewing
79 out of 100 based on 115 ratings.