Hazy but not overly so, gold with orange highlights, creamy 1-finger head retreated to a thin layer providing minimal lacing.
Faint pineapple with even fainter pine aromas
Taste and feel (medium mouthfeel very good for the style) are the standouts with the bitterness giving way to a twanging of the salivary glands - very juicy.
Good beer but glad it came in the 12x12 variety pack.
Brooklyn Brewery "Pulp Art Hazy IPA"
12 fl. oz. can "BB 01/202313:38" and sampled on 30 October 2022
$21.59/12pk variety case @ Javies Beverage, Philadelphia, PA
Notes via stream of consciousness: Well this is interesting, we basically have two beers with the same name. This is the Pulp Art Hazy IPA at 6.5% and not the Pulp Art Hazy Double IPA at 8%. It's a very hazy golden-orange beneath a full head of white foam. The aroma is fairly bright with notes of flowers, pineapple, peach, melon, papaya, and dull grapefruit. The flavor is fuller as usual but follows very closely with everything previously noted. I can't quite put my finger on what the melon note is like. Let's see what else is in there... passionfruit... delicate pine... mango... ... orange... a hint of berry... ... ... some light lemon, and some "dankness" and earthiness. It's not that bitter but it finishes dry with the pine, weed, and earthiness lingering shortly. It actually sounds better here than it really is but all of those notes are there. There's probably even more if you keep looking. In the mouth it's medium bodied and gently crisp and then smooth. The head held up OK but it wasn't great and it left little in the way of lacing. I'm not thrilled by this but it's fairly solid and I won't mind relaxing with the other cans I have. Hopefully the hazy double IPA version is better.
L: Opaque, dark orange colour with a thin head that leaves a ring of lace.
S: Rich and jammy, caramel and ginger cookie aroma.
T: Lightly citrus, a trace of marmalade and a finish full of pine needle and resin.
F: Disappointing mouthfeel. A bit thin, almost watery. Aftertaste is dry, thank goodness.
O: After a promising start, another feeble beer from Brooklyn. Strangely weedy and leafy tasting for a hazy and oddly light bodied for 6.5%. Not good. Did not finish.
Had this from a can.
A: pours a hazy, golden amber body with a thick, white head with nice retention and lacing.
S: floral, citrus, tropical notes with hints of chamomile.
T: subtle, floral hop notes with hints of chamomile and lemongrass in the back of the palette.
M: light bodied and fairly crisp; a little thin.
O: ok feel and taste; a little thin, but still decent.
19.2oz can. Poured out a cloudy, hazy golden orange color with a small, off-white head of foam. It left sudsy trails of lace on the glass. It smelled fruity with orange and pineapple. Some bready/biscuity notes. Sweet tropical fruit taste with toasted caramel and a sharp bitterness.
Picked this up from the gas station in Fallon, NV that has 2-3 year old ipas. Yeah, foreshadowing. Nonetheless, took a chance on a product with no canning date. Ain't my fault if your beer review is less than flattering when you fail to advertise that info.
Pours a hazy appearance, beige in color, big 1.25" head. Dat broth color. The aroma lacked hoppiness beyond a bittering hop impression.
The taste was possibly the most bitter hazy ipa I've ever had. Very little in the way of hop flavor, its all ibu and no brakes. No brakes is of concern especially since this is supposed to be a hazy ipa. So basically both in terms of malt and hop bill, we're underperforming. Disappointing. I'm not really sure what the affinity is for this brewery. We could guess, but that would be problematic for reasons because heaven forbid you just talk about quality without regard to other things.
I guess on the upside, nothing tasted "bad" its just having almost no taste and all bitterness ain't my jam. Was it old? Probably, but if you fail to take steps to ensure the customer can make an informed decision, well here you go.
Pours a hazy orange color. A thumbnail length foam head dissipates, yielding a creamy layer of film and lacing.
Aromas of tropical and citrus fruit complimented by notes of grass, herbs and sweet cereal grain. Notes of orange, mango, papaya, peach, orange, grapefruit, grass and spruce.
A dry bready malt base brings forth notes of cereal grain, honey and biscuit. It acts as a support to a range of hops flavors, including, grapefruit, orange, lime, pineapple, mango, and peach. Herbal notes of grass, spruce, verbena and pine add a peppery bitterness.
Medium bodied with a smooth mouthfeel. The finish is dry and lightly crisp. The carbonation is moderate.
Easy to drink IPA. Nothing spectacular or complex, nevertheless, worth having more than one.
The pour of two twelve ounce cans into a clear glass liter mug begins promising enough. First, there's no big white starchy head. It's white and a little sticky, but it's normal for the pours. The color is a somewhat opaque and somewhat bright golden amber. The aroma is less inspiring, with only soft notes of hops and even less of malt. But, this is a style within which this is common. As for the taste, it's middling. There's some body, but most certainly nothing commendable. It's hopped, but actually even too mild for this category. The glass lacing is nice, but for this one, everything is less appreciated after the first impression. It's basically an inoffensive, but very bland representation of a New England style IPA.