Island Time Session IPA by Shipyard Brewing Co.

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Island Time Session IPA is an American IPA brewed by Shipyard Brewing Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a shaker pint glass from a bottle.

Appearance

Pours a slightly hazy gold with a half-inch thick head of bubbly white froth that dissipates rapidly. Small patches of lace cling to the glass.

Aroma

Pleasant aroma of tropical fruits—pineapple, in particular lead the nose.

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Flavor

Palate takes a different path, beginning with a taste of cracker malt before giving way to a big bite of grassy hops. Finishes with a lingering bite of lemon.

Mouthfeel

Mouthfeel is expectedly light, crisp, with ample carbonation. Finishes dryly.

Overall

The Island Time Session IPA delivers a satisfying bite of hops in a sessionable 4.5% ABV package. On par with other beers in its class, this is a solid, day-drinking brew.

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