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Brewed By: New Belgium Brewing Inc. (Lion Little World Beverages / Kirin Holdings)

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Number of Ratings: 1487

Style: American White IPA

Brewed In: 500 Linden Street Fort Collins, CO 80524, USA

ABV: 6.2%

IBU: 40

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Tasting Notes

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laurahallie profile picturelaurahallie - December 17, 2017
Like a witbier with some hops and hints of citrus and pine profile - November 29, 2017
mild style ipa but more floral than citrus profile - November 18, 2017
Chris Sims recommended this and he was spot-on. Festive yet dry and highly drinkable during the second Bonnies game of the season with a terrible lo res feed on Saturday 18 NOV 2017. profile - October 28, 2017
Hoppy, citrusy, pretty crisp
The real Coop profile pictureThe real Coop - October 7, 2017
They should just call this beer a wheat IPA. It looks and smells like an average wheat beer. Cloudy with a good head that leaves a decent amount of lacing on the glass. I have had better White IPA brews but this is good overall. profile - March 18, 2017
Decent, not bad, better than I thought for this style
Jaclyn Miller profile pictureJaclyn Miller - December 31, 2016
A great and easily drinkable winter beer. Enough bitterness to be interesting, enough warmth to be a cozy drink in fall and winter. profile - December 30, 2016
Very average
Biffle16 profile pictureBiffle16 - December 26, 2016
Hoppy white Ale. Just ok for flavor.
PhilTheBeerKill profile picturePhilTheBeerKill - November 27, 2016
Semi agressive pour from bottle to glass leaves nice, stable quarter inch foam. Bright yellow color. Pilsner-like or even brighter. No obvious hops in smell. Yeast in smell, nothing else. Taste of tangerine dominates. Nothing else. Not a complex beer at all. Very one dimensional. Stop calling stuff like this "IPA".
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