Crooked Tree IPA beer

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Inspired by West Coast I. P. A’s, but brewed with Michigan style. The Crooked Tree is heavily dry hopped to give it a big aroma of pine and citrus. The flavors are big. Yet very balanced between fresh hops and malts. Often described as. “Grapefruit” our hop give this beer an excellent fruit flavor that finishes dry, crisp, and clean. It will pour a nice deep cooler color with a bit of haziness, because of our almost patented ” Intense transfer methods ” our crooked tree has won several medals in the India Pale Ale category.

We know you paid good money for this beer so we hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed selling it.

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BEER LOVER’S REVIEWS: Pours a hazy dark hazy orange color with billowy white head. Some mild lacing, amazing head retention. Smells of juicy citrus and pine hops with lots of caramel malts.  Very well balanced flavored beer. The taste starts off with bitterness, but finishes with a lots of sweetness. Aftertaste has great resiny pine. Smooth mouth-feel. I say good mood India Pale Ale. (Drinking-Drake – Massachusetts)

BEER LOVER’S REVIEWS: Pours a hazy golden color with 2 finger of off white foam. Smell is dominated with malt. Don’t get a whole lot in the way of hops just alright. Mild hops blend with a decent amount of malts in the flavor,  reminds me almost more of a pale ale than an ipa. Light amount of lingering bitterness that is pretty generic. Medium mouth-feel and good carbonation. Overall, this goes down pretty easy. Certainly decent, but not a home-run. Interesting trying this after being familiar with double crooked tree, which is deservedly much more noteworthy. ( seeswo – Wisconsin ).


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