Neshaminy Creek J.A.W.N. Juicy Ale With Nugget

Posted: July 31, 2015 in American Pale Ale, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, Reviews

When you read this, I will most likely be running around the warehouse trying to arrange routes for Friday. I figured I would pre-schedule a few posts since I will be out of commission until Sunday morning. This was a beer that I originally tried in a flight at the brewery, but haven’t formally reviewed. Given all of the hype about their most recent DIPA offering, I thought it was time to crack it open.

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ABV: 5.2%

Style: American Pale Ale

Trivia: According to the brewery website, “It goes without saying that if you’ve spent any time in and around the Philly area you undoubtedly have heard your fair share of colloquialism. Some things just scream ‘Philly’ so bad, it almost hurts. Anyone familiar with our Head Brewer knows he’s got a fondness for the linguistic arts as well. Whether it be his loud, booming Jersey/Philly accent cutting across the room, or his late night drunken German, there’s no doubting his love for the sound of the spoken word of any native tongue. He’s also got a fondness for easy drinking, hoppy beers. What do you get when you put them together? J.A.W.N. – Juicy Ale With Nugget. This 5.2% ABV American Pale Ale is malty, yet crsip, and is loaded with dank citrus, as well as tropical and stone fruit flavor and aromas from the gratuitous use of Nugget and Zythos hops. Coming November 2014 in 12 ounce cans and draft to a finer craft beer establishment near you.”

Random: My parents picked up this glass for me during their vacation. Supposedly they have the best Irish coffee in the world. I’ve never had an Irish coffee.

This beer poured with a one finger, white head that dissipated slowly and left a lot of lacing on the glass. The body was a slightly hazy orange color with high carbonation. The nose started with a lot of grass and earthy hops. It also had some peach and apricot notes and a touch of sweet malt. The taste was a direct reflection of the nose. It had generous amounts of earthy hops with some brightness from the stone fruit. Pine came through as well and then the sip finish with lots of clean and sweet malt. It had a medium body with high carbonation. The finish was lengthy with the sweet, pale malt. This was $1.67 for the can, which broke down to $.14 per ounce. That is a really nice price for a very flavorful beer. I will definitely be having this one again.

Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0

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