Pours a bright orange, vibrant with a shorter head. Could be a side effect of a week old growler. Smells of papaya, guava, stone fruit, lots of tropical citrus and earthy. Taste is a flavor splash of juice into a fast bitter bite, rounded out with some dankness. This is a juicy IPA. Really impressive how Foam transitions from juicy to hoppy. Well balanced, nice soft mouthfeel. Really impressive IPA.
We all poured into becher pint glasses.
The appearance was a semi-hazy burnt yellow to pale paper orange color with a sheet of white foamy head that slid off at a moderate pace. Some lace ran here and there.
The aroma formed a super nice balance between orange pulp, tangerine, papaya and touch of lemon. Light dankiness came in underneath, but I feel like I was grasping at straws to try and really get more out of it (so damn faint). Light lemongrass further underneath.
The flavor was moderately sweet stretching into a subtle bitterness through some ever so slight pine that wasn't found in the aroma, but I didn't mind. Moderate aftertaste of orange pulp, tangerine, lemon and some of that dankiness.
The mouthfeel was about medium bodied with a fair sipping quality about it. ABV felt on par as projected by the brewer. Carbonation felt good, somewhat under but I expected that. Danky to lemon bitter and a touch of some orange pulpy sweetness in the finish.
Overall, another awesome IPA from Foam leaning towards the New England style, well worthy of having again.
On tap at the brewery. Pours a turbid golden yellow with a thin layer of head. Tons of lacing. Fruity aroma of pineapple, clementine, tangerine, mango and papaya. The taste is tropical fruits all he way. Pineapple, mango, tangerineand clementine. Some dank hop notes as well. Over ripened tropical fruit finish. Medium body and slightly dry. Absolutey one of my favorite Foam beers to date. The pineapple flavor here is off the charts. Amazing brew.