Category 3, an American IPA by Due South Brewing Co.

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Category 3 is an American IPA brewed by Due South Brewing Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a tulip pint glass from a can.

Appearance

The IPA pours a cloudy orange and is topped by a thick cap of soapy, off-white foam. The head reduces slowly and leaves little residue. The liquid has an unfiltered appearance with sediment visibly afloat in the glass.

Aroma

The aromatics are faint but pleasant with a scent of citrus.

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Flavor

Hop-forward palate features grapefruit with a dry, bitter lemon finish. Malt presence is minimal with an underlying flavor of caramel.

Mouthfeel

Its feel has a medium body and moderate carbonation.

Overall

The Category 3 is self-described as a Florida IPA. Presents fairly well with an aroma and palate that’s a straightforward and nice representation of the style. Overall, a solid IPA.

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