Review: Harry Doesn’t Mind IIPA by Singlecut Beersmiths

Harry Doesn’t Mind IIPA by Singlecut Beersmiths

Brewery: Singlecut Beersmiths
Beer Style:  Imperial IPA
ABV:  8%
IBUs: 131

Beer God’s Notes

Original Tasting Notes: 8% canned 1/13 (so less than 2 weeks old). This has an interesting flavor profile. I’m getting a little bit of fresh grass mixed with some light citrusy fruit.

It’s really hard when I hit the nail on the head with my original tasting notes.  This had a great mixture of pine and citrus hop flavors giving it a weird not citrusy or piney but this DMZ in between the two.

I think that it was leaning a little towards grassy/piney, but it was still really enjoyable.

After reading the description, I have no idea what “stone fruit” is supposed to taste like so I looked it up.

“Typical drupes (stone fruits) include apricots, olives, peaches, plums, cherries, and mangoes.”

Thanks, Wikipedia.  I guess that my taste buds were being tricked since it was supposed to taste more “fruit-like”.  Either way, you can’t go wrong with a Singlecut IIPA.

Also, doesn’t the dog on the label remind you of the dog from Dire Straits I Want My MTV?

Description

THE FIRST IN A SERIES of IPAs brewed using a different ale yeast than our usual house strain. Stone fruit and bright citrus aromatics meld with full, soft mouthfeel, delicious balance for an incredibly smooth experience.

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