Oranges 'n Cream Illa
Full Circle Brewing
A Note on This Beer
Imagine you took a truckload of orange creamsicle ice cream bars and blended them into a creamy Milkshake IPA…
Remove all the wooden sticks first, of course — we’re not animals! But just think about how luscious the brew would be!
You don’t have to dreamsicle about this creamsicle any longer. We snagged a small batch of Full Circle’s most popular brew, Oranges ‘n Cream Illa, and it tastes just like the silky, tangy ice cream swirl you remember as a kid.
It's so sought after, the first batch sold out at their taproom in just a few hours! The brewers had to quickly make more to keep up with the demand!
Swing by Full Circle on release day, and you’ll often hear fans raving, “I don't even like beer, and I love this!”
Here’s your shot at a creamsicle Milkshake IPA, no ice cream truck needed.
Full Circle is the longest-running brewery in the beer mecca of California’s Central Valley.
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All hops, no creamcicle.
Smooth and good color but was expecting a little more orange.
Seems like the lack of orange is a trend. Still a good drink
Very Smooth. Unsure what I was getting when I bought a “Milkshake IPA” but was very satisfied
Lots of vanilla
Good flavor but a little bitter. Could be sweeter.
Not too vanilla forward which was nice
Definitely a creamsicle beer!
Pure dessert. So good.
Not as much orange as I expected otherwise a good all around beer
Decent… wooouldn’t consider it a milkshake ipa though :(
Delicious IPA. I don't get as much orange as expected but it is very juicy and definitely goes down smooth because of the vanilla.
great tasting ipa with a very yummy orange after taste, would buy again
Very good IPA! Goes down easily. Only disappointment is that the orange is almost not even noticeable. If you're expecting an orange creamsicle flavor, you may want to pass on this one. If you want a good IPA, you should be happy with it.
Lives up the moniker. Smooth and creamy with lots of vanilla and orange flavors, yet still undeniably an IPA. Well done.
Wasn’t as sweet and creamy as I expected