Kane Overhead

Posted: May 20, 2012 in American Double/Imperial IPA, Kane Brewing Company, Reviews

This was the first beer that I had on Saturday. I tried this new beer place called Nip-n-Tuck in Long Branch. I will be writing up a whole review on this place, but the beer and the food were great and the prices were incredibly reasonable. The ambiance was a little…interesting, to say the least, but I would definitely go back. I loved the burger that I had.

ABV: 8%

Style: American Double/Imperial IPA

Trivia: According to wikipedia.com, “In business, overhead or overhead expense refers to an ongoing expense of operating a business (also known as Operating Expenses – rent, gas/electricity, wages etc.). The term overhead is usually used to group expenses that are necessary to the continued functioning of the business but cannot be immediately associated with the products/services being offered (e.g., do not directly generate profits). Closely related accounting concepts are fixed costs versus variable costs and indirect costs versus direct costs.”

Random: Kane really needs to work on its website. There is absolutely no information on it.

This brew poured with a thick, one finger white head that dissipated slowly and left significant lacing on the glass. The body was a cloudy orange color with light carbonation. This was a sexy beer, I just wish it was served in a tulip. The nose was crisp and clean with lots of fresh grapefruit. It was really nice and inviting. The taste was just as good. I got lots of fresh grapefruit and some lemon. There was also a little pine on the back and a hint of malt. This goes down way easier than a normal DIPA. The booze was crazy hidden. The body was medium thickness with medium carbonation. The finish was long with some grapefruit. I loved this beer. This could easily become a go-to beer for me.

Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0


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