Review: Perennial Lascaux | Craft Beer & Brewing
Perennial Lascaux
91 out of 100

Style: IPA

ABV: 6.7 IBU: 45

91/100
Aroma: 10
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 17
Mouthfeel: 5

Perennial Lascaux

What the brewers say

"Lascaux, named for the region in France where the earliest known cave paintings by prehistoric humans were discovered in 1940. Lascaux is heavily dry hopped with Ekuanot and Citra, and best enjoyed while pondering what life was like for humans 17,000 years ago."

What our panel thought

Aroma: "Really bright ripe mango aroma jumps out. really nice citrus lemon aroma comes through. Malt sweetness seems to really be present. Slight honeydew melon character."

Flavor: "Really nice mango flavor with a bright lemoncello light character. This citrus and tropical fruit forward beer is complex with this slight resin character hop finish. Nice lingering bitterness but not off putting. We like the balance between the malt and the hop presence on the nose and finish. Great medium dry finish."

Overall: "Fairly complimentary blend of citrus and piney hop characteristics. Clean and crisp. Finishes a bit dry which lingers and coats the mouth."

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