In their debut canning run from a new canning line, Ascension Brewing Company in Novi has released Spool Toorf, a 9.2% New England Style IPA that uses froot loops, lactose, marshmallow and double dry hopped with galaxy and mosaic hops. Now brewing with cereal sounds like it could be good, but is it?
Bell’s limited July release for 2018 is The Oracle – a double IPA in the west coast style. This is the only beer I can think of that Bell’s makes that’s in the west coast style – when I think of Bell’s and IPAs I think of Two Hearted, which is obviously not west coast. so what do I think of the Oracle? Click below to watch and see more!
Urbanrest Brewing in Ferndale just celebrated their 1st anniversary and in conjuction with that celebration, they released today’s breview 4 u – Perpetual Fog. Perpetual Fog is a 7.5% double dry hopped IPA, and the thing I really appreciated about the label of this can is that they actually listed both the hops, and the malts used. Cryo Citra, Cryo Mosiac and Cryo Simcoe. Does that sound delicious? Watch my full review to get my take!
Last year, Rochester Mills released their first attempt at a New England Style IPA – Juice Bigalow. This year they’re back with a sequel – a double New England style IPA called Juice Deuce Uncut. For this effort, it clocks in at 8.5% ABV and tries to differentiate itself from last years beer. Will the Juice Deuce bomb, or become a blockbuster? Watch and see!
hile they’re probably most known for their Ghettoblaster dark mild ale, Motor City Brewing Works has several other noteworthy beers. Today, I’m checking out Notorious, a double dry hopped double rice IPA, which to be perfectly frank… I haven’t been in love with IPAs that have used Rice in the past – but today is a new day an this is a new beer for me. What’s the verdict on Notorious? Is it preceded by it’s own reputation?