(Double Dry Hopped) Asleep On the Forest Floor
Elder Pine Brewing & Blending
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Amazing balance of hops with a piney finish. Great IPA
Hoppy, creamy, no lingering bitterness.
Mango, melon, and pineapple. Creamy and hazy with a pine finish. Very good!
Tangy fruit bouquet with just the right amount of hops. Well balanced and a pretty creamy mouthfeel.
A really flavorful brew. Loads of citrus with a slap of sharp bitterness in all the right ways.
Piney, Hazy, overall good beer.
Piney and good hop flavor
A very smooth beer. I’m not a huge fan of DIPAs since it had a strong hoppy overtone but I had no problem polishing it off.
Delicious beer, very drinkable for an IIPA
This is everything I want in an IPA. Crisp and bright hops on a dense and resinous base that still manages a mouthfeel that isn't sticky or just overall "bleh" like the haze craze. Wishing I had more than 6!!
One of the best IPA’s I’ve tasted. Would highly recommend getting some if you’re able next time around.
Hands down the top Maryland beer I’ve ever had
Tasty, very hoppy. Made the mistake of drinking it warm, I can only imagine that if I drank it cold that it would of been soo much better...
Stupid Good. A very unique complex flavor with some sort of something tropical. Brewery description cites pine sap flavors and if that’s what I’m tasting, than I want more.
Big fruit aroma. Exceptionally well balanced - not too sweet, not too bitter. Easy drinking DIPA!
Love the hop profile of this beer. Moderately hopped with citrus and pine notes. Finishes slightly creamy and bitter
Lovely thick and piney lol
Nice aromas. The flavors are okay. Not too overwhelming it’s the hops (as they are double dry hopped), but still not enough hop flavors, even if the astringency is gone. As the name implies, I would have expected more resinous qualities, but not nearly enough. There is, however, a very pleasant Yuzu lingering aftertaste. Overall good, but I’ve had much better DDH IPAs.
Very smooth, haven’t had a bad beer from elder pine
Smooth! Slight citrus taste on the front end that gives way to just enough bitterness to even this one out and make it deliciously well balanced.
Fruity, but with a resinous kick. Elder Pine is a brewery to be reckoned with