Wooo! Yet another IPA for me to try from my liquor store’s pick-a-pack.
I guess this is my own fault really, I should pay more attention to the beer bottles I’m picking up when I shop. This IPA does have my interest for the evening, as it is another somewhat local beer, brewed in Greenville South Carolina at the Thomas Creek Brewery. At 6.9% ABV it’s a pretty stout IPA, and could potentially end your night a little early if you drink too many of them too quickly.
The beer pours out as a warm light amber color. It has a small head that fizzed down reasonably quickly, releasing an amazing scent that was a cross between vanilla wafers and a sweet croissant. There is also a warm overtone of nutmeg to this beer that has warmed me up to wanting to try yet another IPA.
My first taste of this…
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