Superflux Beer Company – Colour & Shape IPA

Superflux Beer Company – Colour & Shape IPA

Rating

3.25 out of 5
Appearance
4 out of 5
Aroma
4.5 out of 5
Flavour
3.75 out of 5
Mouthfeel

Total

3.9
3.9 out of 5

Overview

  • Type: IPA
  • Brand: Superflux Beer Company
  • Pros:

    Flavourful and aromatic north-east style IPA that hides its alcohol well

  • Cons:

    Overactive and very heady making pouring difficult

  • Conclusion:

    A juicy, fruity, and delicious north-east IPA

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Superflux Beer Company (formerly Machine Ales) is currently brewing out of Dogwood Brewing in south Vancouver.  Their beer is packaged in fairly unassuming cans that hide the ingenuity and tenacity behind the beer.  Colour & Shape pours from the 355mL can a cloudy yellow colour with four fingers of off-white head that leaves plenty of lacing behind in the glass.  The aroma is of oranges, mangoes, and pineapples along with other notes of tropical fruit and a hint of banana.  In the mouth the beer shows off that tropical fruit again but this time coupled with light resin tones, some citrus, flavours of honey and mild caramel, as well as stone fruit and some grapefruit pith.  Colour & Shape is surprisingly light bodied and creamy with a low perceived bitterness that still lingers somewhat in the mouth.  At 6.8% this is a strong beer but the alcohol doesn’t make itself known and is masked by the strong fruit flavours and aromas.

Alcohol – 6.8% ABV
Size – 355mL

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About Author

Jeremy Nemanishen

Jeremy is the founder of craftbeervancouver.ca and a contributor to Beer Me BC. He has a passion for promoting all things relating to craft beer. To learn more about the beermebc.com editorial team visit beermebc.com/the-beer-me-bc-team/.

Comments

  1. David
    David 31 January, 2017, 15:22

    I’ve had no problems pouring this beer. Try proper glassware next time, this just might be the best IPA BC has produced and that’s not just my opinion ;p

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    • Jeremy Nemanishen
      Jeremy Nemanishen Author 31 January, 2017, 15:35

      I picked up three packs and each can poured like this, proper glassware or no. That said it’s delicious. Glad you enjoyed it as well David.

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  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous 15 March, 2017, 17:10

    I had no problem pouring this Beer properly. Hands down the best IPA Canada has produced loved it wish it was for sale in my town

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  3. Anonymous
    Anonymous 3 August, 2017, 20:08

    Just tasting the Happyness IPA – very nice. I am a big IPA fan and this is now one of my favourites.

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