This beer is End of Plagues India Pale Ale, is from Burial Beer. This IPA is from, Asheville, North Carolina, comes in at 7.2% ABV. This beer has oats in it. It also has been whirlpooled, is a method used to separate debris (mostly hop pellets and trub) from wort after the boil, with Incognito hops. Then it’s double dry-hoped with Citra, Sabro, and Vic Secret hops. This beer pours a yellow, cloudy color with a three-and-half-finger creamy white head. The aroma is sweet (from the oats used), hoppy, and orange. The flavor is creamy hoppy, bitter, piney, and orange citrus fruit notes. The mouthfeel is full. Then this IPA finishes hoppy, bitter, and fruity with a little faded sweetness. The aftertaste is a creamy, bitter, citrus fruit flavor that slowly fades. This beer is a good beer, and it’s been a while since I’ve had an oat IPA. I would give End of Plagues India Pale Ale an A-. It just needs a little more bitter notes to make is spectacular and delicious. But I still think this IPA is a good beer that you should be drinking this as well as all other Burial Beers. Please be kind, stay safe, and remember to enjoy responsibly! Cheers!