“Hops of Wrath – a tribute to the strong willed, gritty people of the Dust Bowl and Great Depression era. Inspired by the families who came west in search of a new start as well as those who stayed behind to weather the storm. This is a great beer born of hard times.” 6.6% India Pale Ale
Purchased from The Fort in Fresno, California.
Poured from a 22 oz bomber into my stemmed ale glass. A pretty clear beer, amber orange in color, very similar to apple juice. An off-white bubbly head is poured, which leaves good lacing. Moderate carbonation is visible.
Light tropical fruit citrus and floral hops, mixed with candied sweet malts. Nothing overpowering, but it smells pretty good.
Medium thin body with a good amount of carbonation noticeable in the mouthfeel. The initial flavor is a combination of…
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