These Buildings I Once Designed
Proclamation Ale Company
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The sweetness is surprising from the get go. Balanced quite beautifully to mask a nice ABV.
3.5/5 look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5 Poured from a 16 ounce can into a snifter. Look- Between pale and medium gold, hazy, sudsy white head, below average head retention, average lacing. Smell- Orange sherbet, earthy. Taste- Orange creamsicle, tart, slightly boozy finish. Feel- Full body, low bitterness, creamy, tart lingering finish, slightly below average carbonation. Overall- Orange and lactose additions leave the beer one dimensional and unbalanced.
Below average IPA with lactose, would not buy again.
Touch of creamsicle but more melted orange sherbert. Definitely fruity and not real hoppy or bitter. Easy drinking for 8.5%.
Very creamy and orange forward. Little to no bitterness so drinks down smooth for the ABV.
Not a big fan of this one. Funky orange notes really throw it off for me.
Smooth but could have been more flavorful.
Smooth creamy and Hoppy
Really enjoyed the combo of orange and vanilla, with a smooth mouthfeel
Smooth with a nice hint of orange. Very good.
Average for an IPA
I was never a fan of ipa’s in the least but the second I cracked open this can and filled my glass I knew it was going to be a treat. The 8.5% ABV gives it that kick that an IPA is known for but the creaminess and robust orange flavor with hints of citrus make it enjoyable every sip