F5 IPA from COOP Ale Works

This IPA is assertively hoppy, delivering ample hop pungency and flavor without shying away from bitterness yet still keeping it in balance with pale malt sweetness. Grapefruit, pith, floral hop flavors, sharp citrus. Mouthfeel is a little over-carbonated but it’s forgivable. Slightly coarse, wet, medium-bodied, refreshing. Not gushed, hot, boozy, astringent, harsh, rough, or scratchy.

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The Beers of Texas part 10 Saint Arnold Endeavor Double IPA

This is a very good beer. Double-IPA, very hoppy but tasty. The color is so beautiful, “coppery gold” like another person described. I feel like this is the definition of a very good beer (at least for me): “bold and hoppy” (like its label says), very tasty (malty/hoppy IPA), beautiful color and aroma and, last

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Local Buzz from Four Corners Brewing, Part 9 of the Beers of Texas Series

The beer, if poured into a glass, has a slight, quickly dissipating white head and a wonderfully deep, copper color.   Honey flavor up front with a sharp spicy rye finish. It is a medium bodied brew, but full flavored at heart, which is a great combination. The fragrance is very much like smelling fresh rye

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