Citrafied, an American Pale Ale by Due South Brewing Co.

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


The pale pours a hazy marigold and is topped by a thick white cap of foam that leaves a spittle of lace as it withdraws.


The aroma is fragrant with a pleasant scent of orange rind.

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A hop-forward palate opens with a heavy dose of Citra hops. Flavors of grapefruit and lemon nearly run amok before the taste profile balances sweetly to a barley malt base.


Mouthfeel features a crisp, medium body with moderate carbonation.


Citrafied could use more malt to balance a hop-heavy palate that’s borderline Session IPA. Regardless, hopheads will likely appreciate a brew that offers IBUs aplenty at a relatively low 5.1% ABV.

About this Beer

Citrafied was added to the core selection of beers by Due South in November 2016.

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