content top
Brewed By: Ballast Point Brewing Company (Constellation Brands)

Ratings:
You must be signed in to rate beers or receive recommendations.
Average Rating:
6.19788

Number of Ratings: 753

Style: American IPA

Brewed In: 9045 Carroll Way, San Diego, CA 92121, USA

ABV: 7%

People Who Liked This Beer Also Liked:We don't have enough ratings to say what beers are similar.
Habanero Sculpin

Image contributed by: johngonk


Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments.
clipinski13 profile pictureclipinski13 - March 25, 2017
This is an interesting brew. An India Pale Ale with habanero peppers added in the process. I thought it might have a subtle, peppery spiciness. HELL NO! This shit is 🔥 The blast of hotness overpowers all other flavors this brew possibly has to offer. An interesting conversation brew but too much for my liking.
theory2 profile picturetheory2 - December 16, 2016
Normal sculpin flavor with a hint of spice. Not too hot.
Brianbeernerd profile pictureBrianbeernerd - October 29, 2016
I enjoyed the habanero burn on the back end of the taste. It's a delayed burn, but not enough to ruin the flavor.
Justino profile pictureJustino - June 26, 2016
Not too hoppy ipa with medium heat!
coldbeerdrinker profile picturecoldbeerdrinker - June 9, 2016
Starts out with a spicy and peppery taste blended with a citrus flavor. After a few sips it heats up and you can really feel the pepper over everything.
jaywill1323 profile picturejaywill1323 - May 7, 2016
Clear golden in color with a frothy lasting white head that slowly dissipates to a thin film. Aromas of sweet tropical fruits, like pineapple and some citrus & floral notes. Light to medium in body has a malt background and citrusy hop forward followed by an immediate burning pepper flavor that hangs around on your tongue. A dry bitterness as the heat seeps in. Not quite as balanced as other pepper beers I've had as the heat makes you want only one. The flavor of the habanero pepper goes very well with the hoppiness. This beer brings the heat!
JulesTown profile pictureJulesTown - April 24, 2016
Awesome when paired with Dante's Inferno (taco) at the Hoppy Gnome (Fort Wayne, IN). Get ready for some heat!
clever_username@yahoo.com profile pictureclever_username@yahoo.com - April 23, 2016
Spiciest beer I've found yet. Good IPA flavor and great spice to top it off.
richard.j.tree@gmail.com profile picturerichard.j.tree@gmail.com - April 16, 2016
Goes nicely with the Bloody Mary mix. Sip both together - good for the mornings.
JarlBear profile pictureJarlBear - April 1, 2016
Bad aftertaste. IPA is there with heat but a bad jelly bean taste after
1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 ... 8 -- Next >
bottom