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a great west coast from the mid-west.
At first I hated this and thought it was barely drinkable, especially in comparison with the IPA I had before this one, but it has grown on me somewhat. Still I’m giving it the lowest rating of anything I’ve gotten from Tavour. As an Oregonian, I could get a 6 pack of a local IPA like Deschutes for not much more $ than this pint, and more drinkable
good west coast. little hazy but overall a solid one. good amount of resins from the hop additions
Nu-School Wedt Coast IPA. Berry notes on palate with a great slap of pine on finish. Smooth mouthfeel as well.
Classic West Coast dank aromas with a bit of spruce & maple sugar. Slightly biscuity flavor at the beginning with some sweet, subtly spicy hoppy goodness. Creamy mouthfeel with a lovely, bitter finish.
5/5 for can art. just a solid ipa
nice dank flavor followed by an almost citrusy note I like
definitely fails to meet the parameters of west coast ipa and it hardly meets those of a decent ipa. thick mouthfeel, with muted flavors of pine and berry. not good
Medium hoppy and bitter. Good.
hoppy, smooth, juniper, spruce
Love the cover art of this can and was picturing how this would taste just from that and the name of it . Its def a west coast ipa from just looking at it you can feel the sourness begin to wrap around your mouth in the best way possible . was a lil too much on the sourness to my liking but rated a 4 because being a nice chilled beer it made it better and more enjoyable
Decent west coast IPA
solid west coast IPA
Citrus and stone fruit followed by a nice bitter piney juniper taste. Real well balanced American IPA but wish it was less hazy so real West Coast attributes would be present. Would definitely drink it again (and and again)!
Daily corona battle. Steak night edition. This is malty and west coast piney. Moderate bitterness and pretty good to style.
good, but average.
a little untraditional perhaps, but tastes great