Style: Session IPA

ABV: 4.4 IBU: 42.0

Aroma: 12
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 19
Mouthfeel: 4

21st Amendment Brewery Down To Earth

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What the brewers say

“Whether you have a long mission behind you or a full afternoon ahead, this session IPA will help keep things real. More relaxed than an IPA, but with all the hops aroma and flavor.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Oranges, bananas, maybe a little hay. Some toast. Big tangerine notes with coconut and mango. Touch of dank and resinous hops aroma. Strong pine character. Pleasantly assertive hops nose.”

Flavor: “Flavor is consistent with the aroma. I have to search to find a lot. Tropical fruit and some citrus peel sits on top of a surprisingly sturdy malt foundation. A little bit of caramel in there. The bitterness is delightful, with a long, citrus-like finish. Full fruity hops avor. In contrast to some of the others, hops flavor is what persists into the nish.”

Overall: “An enjoyable beer, one I would happily quaff at a backyard barbecue. The long citrusy finish is sure to delight many—I’m guessing Citra hops in large amounts. I keep coming back to ‘sweet’ as a descriptor for this beer, but it’s very refreshing and enjoyable. A nicely balanced celebration of hops in session form. Elegantly made.”

What our editors thought



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