Sunday, July 3, 2011

Iron Hill Savage IPA

My friends and I were in a zone of sharing a bunch of bombers, and another beer we popped open was the Iron Hill Savage IPA. The beer pours a golden color with a frothy white head. The aroma consists of lemon, wheat, and caramel. The taste is smooth and oaky, making it dry, right before lots of lemon sweetens up the tongue. I thought it had a wonderful flavor and a fresh taste, and then there was a pine finish that topped off the experience nicely. The alcohol content is 6.5% ABV. This was an easy drinking IPA with great citrus flavors. The hint of dryness kept all of the other flavors in check and was a beer worthy of praise.

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