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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Beer Tasting: Weyerbacher Hops Infusion

Hops Infusion is an IPA style brewed by Weyerbacher Brewing of Easton, PA. This 12oz. bottle was purchased from Beer Yard and served at a 45F refrigerated temperature. Adam's Notes:
  • mmm..sweet hops heaven!
  • ahhh...quite a nose full of hops
  • clean hops taste upfront
  • enough malt to showcase the hops well
  • very drinkable hoppy ale
Bryan's Notes:
  • slightly dull, orangish-brown color
  • just a bit cloudy
  • soft white head, hangs around for a while
  • grassy and citrus notes in the nose, accompanied by some, but not much malty sweetness
  • Something just a bit offputting in the finish makes me wonder if this suffers from one too many hops in the formula
  • Though I'll be honest and say I don't recall exactly why, I believe I enjoyed the previous formula more

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