Monday, January 20, 2014

Central Waters Glacial Trail IPA

Central Waters Glacial Trail IPA. Why has it taken so long for me to get to this? It's been around about 6 years. Good question. Well, we're fixing that right now. It's from Wisconsin and it's an IPA.

Hazy amber hue, lush, creamy-toned head. Looking good.

Aroma: Pine first, then all kinds of citrus. Bright and resiny. A beautiful bounty of bitterness. Mmmm. I like it.

Taste: Bitter hops hit first, once more the one-two punch of pine and citrus, leaving bitter trails on the palate. Bright, bold, and brilliant. Medium-bodied, easy drinking. This one's got it all.

Glacial Trail is good go-to IPA. Go to it!

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