Anchorage Brewing Company
A Note on This Beer
“Can’t beat these Anchorage Brewing IPAs brewed with NZ Hops!” @Robert T.
I couldn’t agree more! So, when I found out that founder and brewer Gabe Fletcher had a brand new brew in the works with the tropical power of Nelson Sauvin, Galaxy, and Sabro Hops, I grabbed as much as I could!
Of course, it still won’t be enough. You all go so crazy for these Anchorage IPAs, they never last long. No matter how much I manage to talk Gabe into giving me.
Knight Vision will be no exception. Some of you WILL miss out, and for that I am sorry. But hey, when a new Anchorage juicebomb drops, you have to jump on it!
Especially when it tastes like a blend of mango nectar and orange juice, with a pithy finish and just enough cannabis-like dankness to remind you of your first rock concert.
Plus, this is a mighty tough brew to get without trekking up to Alaska. And, once Robert T. drinks it all, it’ll be just as scarce up there.
According to Sip Magazine, Anchorage Brewing crafts “some of the most coveted pours on the global craft scene!”
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Good beer just lacking a beer taste to me
Good smooth IPA, I enjoyed it, full of flavor.
Fantastic, complex IPA. The NZ hops come through well. Unique compared to most hazy IPAs I’ve had lately. Highly reco’d!
Good, not great IPA. Love the can but the beer itself was just middle of the road for me.
Havent had a bad brew from Anchorage Brewing. Another good one from them.
Anchorage IPAs are underrated compared to their dark beers. But they’re some of the best
Everything anchorage is dope.
These guys never fail me
Ok less than 4.5 but very good
Worst IPA I have ever had and I have had a lot. Couldn’t even drink it and that is saying something.
another excellent ipa from anchorage
Super dank, soapy in the best possible way; It's like recycled paper slop made from chewed up mango rinds. There's a musty cellar somewhere, up in the cold, dark north, in which drums of piney hops, funk, and juice are synthesized together, stirred up rythmicly in a cauldron by the hulking, hooded demons of dankness who brew this hop goblin. Also, shoutout to the can design; its fantastic, from the psycodelic walrus silhouette grim reaper enter player one graphic, to the all black pull-tab, it's like you're about to enter a different universe of flavor.
Huge nose full of citrus rind with a smooth mouthfeel. Rolls into a slap o dank with a quick bitter finish. Well executed.
Been waiting a long time to try Anchorage...and it did not disappoint. I personally do not like a super bitter IPA, to me this is the perfect amount of hoppy bitterness that does not leave my palate dry
Flavor is hay and white grape upfront. Soft malt back bone that thirst turn slightly herbal in the finish. bitterness is low. Has a somewhat of a juicy texture. Very easy drinking.
This was a very smooth beer for sure. Good flavor and was great with some pork taco's!
Smooth, balanced, flavorful. Could have been stored a bit better, had a small funk to it I believe shouldn’t have been there but overall I had a happy experience
Loved this, amazing!
Unique flavor, enjoyable!
What a smooth IPA! My gosh, I wish I had this brewery near me, I'd have a drinking problem within a week. Give me that problem locally, because my wife drank all of the knight vision :'( .
Creamy, pithy, dank and juicy. Anchorage does it again!
Anchorage never fails to satisfy!! Yum