Monday, October 10, 2016

Rod J Beer Review: Talking Samuel Adams Whitewater IPA

From Samuel Adams comes the Whitewater IPA, a hybrid of a
Wheat Ale and an India Pale Ale. This, what can be best described as an
Eclectic IPA, combines these two for what could be seen as an ale that is both crisp
and refreshing. Brewed with apricots and spices, it definitely brings some
unique characteristics that help it stand out as unique. The beer itself
provides a nice golden hue that is capped with a somewhat quick dissipating
head, but one will get the taste and aroma of the apricot as well as the pine
dankness from the hops. It sits at a nice 5.8% ABV and one should expect
bitterness, as it is also sits at 60 IBU.

Check out my review to find out more about my thoughts of
this offering from Samuel Adams.

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