Estuary Beans & Barley 25 Island Wide Hazy IPA

This new beer is Estuary Beans & Barley 25 Island Wide Hazy IPA, 6.0% ABV. This particular brewing company brews beer as well as coffee. They are on James Island, South Carolina. This Hazy IPA pours a hazy yellow with a two-finger fluffy white head that slowly dissipates. The beer’s aroma is fruity with citrus, passionfruit, and pine notes. The taste is tropical and with passionfruit and melon. This hazy beer is piney, bitter with biscuit and wheat. It finishes with a light wheat/biscuit hoppy flavor. It has a bitter aftertaste that lingers then fades into a soft fruity bitterness. Estuary Beans & Barley 25 Island Wide Hazy IPA isn’t trying hard to be an IPA, and that’s good. It is easy to drink without being overpowering on the flavor profile. It has the right IPA flavor profile. I give it an A+. Something that I recommended having. It is going high on my list of good beers! Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly!

Birdsong Brewing Company IPA Series Mango No. 5 IPA

Birdsong Brewing Company IPA Series Mango No. 5, 6% ABV made here in Charlotte, North Carolina with Strata Hops is the latest beer in their IPA Series. This IPA pours a deep orange color with a three-finger off-white head. The aroma is juicy, tropical with mango, citrus and bitter notes. The flavor is tropical mango , citrus orange with bitter hops. The mouthfeel is medium. it finish with a juicy tropical bitterness and has a nice tropical aftertaste that lingers a bit with bitterness. The is a good solid tropical bitter IPA. Birdsong Brewing Company IPA Series Mango No. 5 is a B. The mango flavor did cover up a good portion of the bitter hop flavors and it had a little citrusy note. But it was a good IPA. I recommend Birdsong Brewing Company IPA Series Mango No. 5. I would have this again! Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Foothills Brewing Craft Happiness Project Digs IPA

I have not had this Foothills Brewing craft Happiness Project Digs IPA, 6.0% ABV or any of the beer from this series in a long while. This particular IPA benefits Crisis Control Ministry, which helps people in financial crisis and helps people from becoming homeless and helps fund and build affordable housing. Digs IPA is made with experimental hop HBC 568. I was lucky to find this at Total Wine, because it is only available between February through March. This IPA pours deep gold color with a four finger slow off-white head. The aroma is tropical with guava, melon, grapefruit bitterness, with hints of a wood with light smokiness. The taste is tropical with melon and guava. There is some grapefruit bitterness and wood flavors there too. Digs IPA finish with a bitter fruits and a hit of a wood note. The aftertaste of tropical woody fruits and little bitterness does not stick around long. This Craft Happiness Project IPA was interesting tasting with the notes of wood coinciding with the tropical fruits. Foothills Brewing craft Happiness Project Digs IPA is a taste IPA and one that I think deserves an A. Well at first of was thinking I am not going to like this as much as the other IPAs in this series, but the more I drank it the more I like it. It really is worth trying! Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories.

Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories IPA with time and coconut, 7.3% AVB. This IPA is a collaboration between the two brewed in Asheville, North Carolina. This IPA has Cashmere, Idaho-Cryo, Incognito, Motueka, Sabbo hops in it. This IPA pours a misty yellow color with a bright white two and half finger head with good retention. The aroma is of slight lemon and a sweetness. There is a bit go some bitter notes. The taste is bitter-sweet with lime and light coconut flavors. It has a bitterness to it as well. The mouthfeel is thick and juicy. This IPA finishes with a bittersweet note that has a light hoppy kick at the very end. This Burial Beer has a limey aftertaste with hoppy notes. This beer doesn’t really show much of the said coconut. The lime is much more present along with the bitterness and the hops. Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories IPA gets a C+ from me. it comes to the fact that the coconut is not so present and the lime clashes a tiny bit with the hoppy flavors, but it not bad. It’s just a bit above average. I don’t think I would go back for Burial Beer Co. & Cloudwater Brew Co. A Canvas of Fragmented Memories IPA right away but it I will not be staying away from it. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly!

Burial Beer Co. & Green Cheek Beer Co. duh West-Coast IPA

This west-coast style IPA, duh, 7% ABV, is a collaboration between Burial Beer Co. & Green Cheek Beer Co, made in Asheville, North Carolina. This IPA utilized CRYO, EL DORADO, EL DORADO CRYO, INCOGNITO, MOSAIC, MOSAIC CRYO, NELSON hops and is a one-off beer. This beer pours a cloudy yellow color with a barely two-finger white head. The aroma is citrus fruit/juice. There are grapefruit and orange aromas with a few tropical flavors and a hoppy flavor. The taste is tropical citrus with bitter grapefruit and bits of orange. It has a bit of a medium, grainy mouthfeel. It finishes with a bitter citrus fruit flavor. The aftertaste is hoppy bitter with a slightly grainy feel. Overall this was an okay beer. It’s a C. The mouthfeel and aftertaste brought it down a little. Usually, Burial beers are better than this, especially their IPAs. I wouldn’t say this is one of the worst IPAs I’ve had. Trust me. I have had way worse. Burial Beer Co. & Green Cheek Beer Co. duh, will not make me dislike Burial Beer Co. because I know they can brew fantastic IPA and other beers. You should try Burial Beer Co. They have great beer. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Georgia Beer Co. Southern Isles Tropical IPA

Here is a re-review of Georgia Beer Co. Southern Isles IPA, 6.5% ABV. This beer is from Valdosta, Georgia. It pours a copper color with a one-and-a-half-finger white head that slowly dissipates. The aroma is citrusy with grapefruit and orange. There is a slightly tropical, hoppy/bitter smell to it. The taste is bitter with citrus fruits and some hoppy flavors that flow along with a faint, tropical flavor. The mouthfeel is medium. This IPA beer finish with a bitter/hoppy note and a little citrus. The citrus notes carry over to its slightly bitter aftertaste that does linger. This IPA was probably a fresher can. So I found it to be better than the last time I drank it. I give Georgia Beer Co. Southern Isles IPA a B-. The flavors on this IPA are on the lower side, making it more of a drinkable beer. The entire beer doesn’t overpower your taste buds. That’s what I like when I have an IPA. Please be kind, stay safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers! 

Elysian Brewing Company Contact Haze Hazy IPA

Thanks to my dog Nell for having a litter of wonder cute puppies for me to receive Elysian Brewing Company Contact Haze Hazy IPA, 6% ABV which was part of a mixed twelve-pack in which the new owners of one of Nell’s puppies was given. Mind Haze pours a slightly hazy yellow color with a one-finger white head that slowly fades into thick lacing. The aroma is peachy fruit with a dry hoppy note. The flavor is peach as well, with a fruited hoppy dry flavor too that is lemony on the back of the tongue. The mouthfeel is light and refreshing. Mind Haze finishes with a fruity hoppy dryness and a light hoppy bitter fruity aftertaste. Elysian Brewing company Mind Haze Hazy IPA is a really good tasty refreshing IPA that is well-deserving of an A+. It has a nice balance between the fruity peach flavor and the bitter hoppy flavor. The peach notes had to it an overall refreshing taste. I highly recommend it. It was so good I had three and the beer’s flavor did not become too much for my tastebuds. The flavor is sessionable, but not o much for the ABV. The flavor overall isn’t so bold that it blew my mind. The flavor was just right to be sessionable and easy. That’s what made it excellent. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers! Cheers!

Wild Leap Brew Co. Chance IPA

Wild Leap Brew Co. Chance IPA 6.2% ABV brewed in LaGrange, Georgia is a 2020 US Beer Championship Gold winner. This IPA pours a yellow color with a two-finger white semi-steady fading head. It has a citrusy fruit flavor (orange and grapefruit) with a decent bitter aroma. The taste is fairly decent with citrusy notes of orange and grapefruit, bitterness is mild. There also are a few floral notes. The mouthfeel is medium. It finishes with a fruity floral flavor. The aftertaste is bitter fruity that comes and goes quickly. Overall this is slightly above average, getting a B-. It has a nice citrus flavor but nothing more than wows the tastebuds. It’s not bad. I found it to be a good IPA. Yes, there are better IPA out there. If I have more of this maybe my opinion on it might change and I’m willing to give Wild Leap Brew Co. Chance IPA and chance. It’s a good beer to try for yourself! Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

Three Taverns Craft Brewery A Night on Ponce IPA

Three Taverns Craft Brewery A Night on Ponce IPA, 7.5% ABV is named after a street in Atlanta, Georgia but this IPA is brewed in Decatur, Georgia. This is another beer brought to me by my friend and co-worker Matt. This IPA pours a yellow color with a one-finger steady fading white head. The aroma is lemon citrus with a dry hoppy note. The flavor is citrusy with lemon and a bit of lemongrass with bitter hop dryness. The mouthfeel is light and smooth with a bit of crispness, This IPA finishes dry with a few fruity lemon hops and not much of an aftertaste I found Three Taverns Craft Brewery A Night on Ponce IPA a little soapy tasting and a bit too much lemon flavor. I’d give Three Taverns Craft Brewery A Night on Ponce IPA a D+. It tasted like an IPA, a lemony IPA, but not in a good way. The lemon flavor was a bit off and the hops were low in flavor. I didn’t find this to be that good, and one-sided. It needs to have more than just the lemon perhaps more hop flavors than lemon or tone down the lemon flavor. I don’t think it’s a good IPA. Please be kind, be safe and enjoy responsibly! down the lemon flavor. I don’t think it’s a good IPA. Please be kind, be safe and enjoy responsibly!

Creature Comforts Brewing Co. Tropicália India Pale Ale

Brewed in Athens, Georgia Creature Comforts Brewing Co Tropicália India Pale Ale, 6.6% ABV which was brought from Atlanta, Georgia by a good friend and Matt Alexander. This IPA pours a semi-deep golden color with a sticky two-finger white fluffy head. The aroma is juicy with ripe tropical fruits, mango, pineapple melons with some light bitterness. It smells good and tropical. The flavor is juicy ripe melon, mango, and pineapple with a light hop bitterness. The mouthfeel is light and it finishes with a hoppy tropical flavor. The aftertaste is fruity with bits of hoppy notes. It does taste as wonderful as it smells and I’d say it’s an A+. It is very crushable even being 6.6% ABV, which means it easy to drink. I highly recommend Creature Comforts Brewing Co Tropicália India Pale Ale. Well brewed taste beer that is quite refreshing. Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!