Beer Review: FLYING DOG IMPERIAL IPA SINGLE HOP CITRA

Beer Review: FLYING DOG IMPERIAL IPA SINGLE HOP CITRA

Publisher: DAN Beer Reviews
Genre: Imperial/Double IPA
Print Length: Not specified
ISBN: Not specified

Flying Dog Brewery introduces its Imperial IPA Single Hop Citra, a flavorful concoction with a 10% ABV, as dissected by DAN Beer Reviews.

Aesthetic Allure: Amber Gold Elegance

The pour reveals a shimmering amber gold, crowned by a fleeting white head that leaves behind a modest halo around the glass edges.

Aroma Odyssey: Tangerine Tango with Caramel Undertones

Engage your senses in a dance of tangerine and pineapple notes, entwined with the sweetness of caramel-like malt. An aromatic prelude to the tasting journey.

Palate Expedition: Citrus Uprising and Malty Reverie

The taste voyage commences with an assertive citrus burst, swiftly followed by a punctuated hop bite. The interplay of sweet, toasty malt introduces a harmonious complexity. The finale is a fruity echo, accompanied by a subtle touch of alcohol.

Textural Symphony: Full-Bodied Harmony

Embark on a full-bodied experience with an average carbonation, as the beer unfolds its textured symphony on the palate.

Overall Verdict: Consistently Enjoyable and Well-Balanced

In this exploration of the single hop series, Flying Dog Brewery maintains a commendable consistency, allowing the base beer to carry the distinctive essence of Citra hops. The experience proves to be not just enjoyable but remarkably balanced. A nod to Flying Dog for their craftsmanship in this Imperial IPA creation.