Monday, July 28, 2014

Badger Hill White IPA


Badger Hill White IPA. It's an IPA and it's white. Or …oh, we've gone over this ground before, and here's yet another.



Throughly clouded, pale yellow coloring, vast, creamy white head, large and lasting.

Aroma: soft, light and spicy. Floral hop notes on top, slightly citric behind. Delightful.

Taste: Slides effortlessly down the throat. Glides over the palate with ease. Extraordinarily light bodied and gentle all the way down. Just a smidgen of hop presence, plenty of wheat, citrus and spice. I'm getting the coriander, and the orange…not so much the hops that you'd expect from an IPA. Which it isn't, it's a witbier with slightly more hops in it. That doesn't make it an IPA, white, red, pink or purple.

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