Posted on: August 12, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 1

The beer pours a golden brown with an off-white head that sticks around for a decently long time. The beer has only a small noise of grass and light hop elements, a palette that expands considerably with the initial sip. The hops rise up in a nice crescendo, while there is a subtle sweetness that keeps the IPA from getting too bitter. The beer shifts and changes with each subsequent sip; further pulls will bring out hints of malt, pepper, and grapefruit. The last third of the beer allows the sweeter elements to become dominant, ensuring that imbibers are continually given a scintillating, shifting set of flavors. The Full Sail IPA would be a great introduction to the style for individuals that are not familiar with India Pale Ales, but the beer contains enough twists and turns to keep the most experienced hands interested.FSB_POUR_SHOT_IPA_web

Make sure to visit the Full Sail website for more information about the brewery’s year-round and seasonal efforts; the Full Sail IPA is available in bottles throughout the year.

Rating: 8.8/10

Full Sail IPA / 6.0% ABV / Full Sail Brewing /

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