Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Poor Lyla Belgian IPA: Tasting Notes

Pale orange color, very slight haze, frothy white head, good lacing.

Belgian notes, fruitiness, citrus, piney resin hop smell.

Good IPA bitterness. Piney resinous bite quickly gives way to a subtle sweetness. Citrus and bread flavors flow at the end. Finishes dry and bitter. Medium bodied. Would be refreshing in a late July heatwave.

I really like this beer. My best effort at an IPA yet. Great aroma from the mash up of Belgian yeast and citrus/piney hops. Still dealing with over-carbonation problems though.

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