Neshaminy Creek Shape of Hops to Come
What the brewers say
"A ton of bitterness along with juicy, dank, resiny pine-like and citrus-forward hop character."
What our panel thought
"Zesty blood-orange nose, tropical; notes of honey, tobacco. Round flavor: light caramel sweetness, medium-high bitterness—tropical, zesty orange strips, piney hints, caramel. Finishes prickly on the tongue. A touch rough and resinous."
What our editors thought
"Classic C-hops citrus nose; herbal, dank. Sip is loud, with throwback DIPA bitterness smoothed and honed into a better version of itself. Avoids today’s fruit clichés with the attitude of an aging scenester, reminding you how things used to be better."