I’ve spent a lot of today cleaning up around the house. I had a lot of laundry to get through, so I’ve been working and washing clothes. The cats, for some odd reason, love hanging out in the laundry bag with the dirty laundry. They’ve since moved to the bed since the laundry bags are empty. Anyways, here is the beer for tonight.
Style: American IPA
Trivia: According to the brewery website, “This is an IPA that takes a building in a manner that our 420 fore-fathers were very used to – dank resin galore with a liberal helping of sharp citrus for good measure. If there’s a bustle in your hedgerow, don’t be alarmed now.”
Random: My back and neck are still bothering me. I’m hoping that with all of the heating pads I’ve been using, the pain goes away soon.
The brew poured with a thick and pillowy, two finger, pure white head. It dissipated at a moderate pace and left a lot lacing on the glass. The nose was pungent with a lot of dank pine notes and grapefruit pith. There was also white pepper, grass and tangerine. After it warmed, there was also some cilantro. The taste was incredibly hoppy with the same dank pine. Grapefruit pith was there as well, and the tangerine note I picked up in the nose was stronger in the taste. There was also a vegetal note, specifically green onions and cilantro. Lemon came through too and freshly cut grass. I couldn’t pick up much in the way of malt, which wasn’t a bad thing. The body had medium thickness with generous carbonation. The finish was sticky and long with hop bitterness and grapefruit pith. A bomber of this was $7.99, which came to $.36 per ounce. This was a selection for the hop head, and I enjoyed it, although not as much as some other SingleCut beers I’ve had.
Untappd Rating: 3.5/5.0