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One of my favorites, needs to be fresh.
Strong piney and hoppy flavors. Rich light yellow/gold coloration. Very foamy head that takes a while to settle. Not the best IPA, but a rather drinkable one. Worth trying.
Very citrusy and hoppy. Very drinkable.
Starts with a great hoppy, piney aroma that doesn't quit; lacy head stays as well. Strong IPA flavor mirrors aroma: hoppy, piney. Prickly across the palate, though that fades as it warms. (9/9/12 at home)
A clean smooth IPA, solid choice
One of the best IPAs out there, hands down.
Excellent beer. Poured copper with a solid head and sticky lacing. The aroma was very string and piney. Flavor was rockem sockem citrus beer blast with a crisp bitter finish. Very refreshing. Near the top of it class in my opinion. Glad it's made it's way east
Wow. Super hoppy ipa. Nice reddish copper color and like other said great lacing. Not my favorite but very drinkable.
A nice hop forward aroma. An overall balanced taste. More to the west coast hop bomb. A solid beer. Great appearance in the glass. Nice lacing.
I understand why the called it Green Flash. Very hoppy IPA with a kick.
Great beer, very well rounded and a great hop flavor
Wow, this is a great beer. The copper color looks great, the hoppy aroma is hard to beat. It's got a rich taste and mouthfeel, and slides down very nicely. I like the rich hoppy flavor that isn't overly bitter.
Presentation: 12 oz. bottle poured into a Stone pint glass.
Appearance: Light orange color with a huge off white head that very slowly dissipated. Some very nice chunky lacing stuck to the glass after each drink.
Aroma: Sugary floral aroma with pine from the Cascade and Centennial hops. There's also plenty of orange, lemon, and grapefruit, which are distinctive of Simcoe hops. The Columbus hops provide a blast of resinous aroma. This bouquet is simply spectacular and everything one could want in the aroma of an IPA.
Taste: Tons of piny hops with some citrus (lemon, orange, and grapefruit) to compliment the bitterness. The pine is the star here though. This is as unbalanced as an IPA can get and it's great. This is a pine bomb with enough citrus to make it actually work. The bitterness smacks you in the face at the first sip and just keeps going.
Mouthfeel: Medium to thin body with moderate prickly carbonation. It's fairly crisp and finishes pretty dry.
Overall: This is just great. By far one of my favorite IPAs. The West Coast has the IPA game down. I usually dislike unbalanced IPAs, but Green Flash manages to make it work. There is just enough citrus to keep things interesting and prevent it from becoming one long hop note, which plagues so many IPAs (I'm looking at you, White Rajah).
This is my all time favorite IPA. It is honestly the perfect beer. Great taste, texture and drinkability. A clean smooth IPA with enough kick.
Huge IPA with mouth-punching flavor. Fantastic, super-hoppy, and drinks like a premium imperial without the booziness inherent in many. Loads of citric, piny bitters and balanced malts. A welcome and exciting surprise. Pour gently, as the head on this beer builds VERY quickly.
Oh geez, I don't even know where to start with this. I remember when I first had in a 22 oz bottle, the aroma off the rim was fantastic. Then had the oppty to have it on draft and it was spot on. They use Centennial hops for that citrus kick. It will not disappoint.
Heavy bottle filled with delicious brew. The only sad part is the 4 pack leaves me wanting two more. Selfish, I know.
very good ipa...another west coast winner
This is how IPAs should be brewed.