Faint floral aroma. First taste is crisp with a slight sweetness to it. Aftertaste has mild hop character that grows over time. Near zero carbonation- not sure if that’s intentional or a packaging flaw. It’s good that it’s only 4.3% ABV since it goes down so smooth.
Second can had slightly more carbonation. The increased carbonation helps perk this up.
Fresh floral hop aromas with a sweet yeast tinge. Flavor is super smooth, with a full taste bud awakening, but no harsh or bitter aspects. Hops are subdued and you can detect a hint of clean maltiness, which you can’t typically detect in hazy IPAs. Very refreshing and smooth.
I first came across this on draft several months ago and feel in love. I haven’t seen it in cans/bottles until just recently.
Canned on 4/22/2020, this review done on 7/8/2020. Hops have a fruity and resinous aroma. Taste has notable caramel malt sweetness and clean bitterness in background. Finishes fairly clean with slight lingering of both the hop bitterness and caramel sweetness.
Canned on 12/26/2019, this review on 7/8/2020, so not that fresh for a hazy IPA. Bright fruity hop aromas, almost floral. Smooth bite of hops that gets filled in with malt that is smooth and fluffy. Yeast sweetness is minor. Finishes very clean. Very tasty. Next time I’ll try to find it even fresher!
I’ve had this before, but never made an official review. Reviewed here on 7/8/2020, bottled on 6/3/2020, so still fresh.
Notable aroma of hop bitterness and malt. Crisp bite of hop bitterness, decent malt flavor without caramel sweetness. Lingering hop bitterness that is notable but not overpowering. But still don’t venture here unless you definitely like hop bitterness!
Almost no aroma. Very little taste, a bit of caramel malt. Carbonation seems low, maybe they’re calling sure to quarantine, but not really carbonated canning. Might be a very different beer if well carbonated.
Super fruity aroma, strong juice and hops smell. Slightly puckering sweetness like grapefruit juice, with orange-y flavors on back end. No malt presence, very little carbonation. Smooth, yet puckering, combined with during fruit flavors.
Sweet aroma of hops, with a tropical twist. Smooth taste that quickly spreads across the palate. Slight hop bitterness that smooths out quickly and leaves you with a yeast taste. Further drinks seem to crispen the taste and leave the taste buds puckered.
After a few drinks, leaves a very distinct, salty aftertaste. Not a fan of that…
Light sweetness of hop aroma and some yeast. Flavor is smooth and slides in with hop flavor, but no real bite. Aftertaste has a slight hop edge that lingers, as well as a faint hint of caramel malt sweetness. Refreshing.
4.5 out of 5 stars.
Craft beer and homebrew from a Michigan perspective.