Powell Brewery – Lazy D’Haze East Coast IPA

Powell Brewery – Lazy D’Haze East Coast IPA

Rating

3.9 out of 5
Appearance
4.2 out of 5
Aroma
3.8 out of 5
Taste
4.1 out of 5
Palate

Total

4
4 out of 5

Overview

  • Type: India Pale Ale
  • Brand: Powell Street Brewing Co.
  • Pros:

    A very enjoyable tropical fruit flavour profile

  • Cons:

    A touch boozy given the 7.0% alcohol

  • Conclusion:

    Big tropical fruit tones in an intense and delicious North East IPA

Powell Brewery Lazy D'Haze East Coast IPA Review Powell Brewery – Lazy D’Haze East Coast IPA Review

Powell Brewery has brewed a North East style IPA using Amarillo and Equinox hops. This beer is 7.0% alcohol and a modest 58 IBUs. Pouring the beer it is light amber in colour, very clear and has two fingers of lacing head. The aroma is of apricot, mango and melon in a fruity and tropical manner. Tasting the beer it is a fruit basket of flavour. A light creaminess and boozy character joins notes of pineapple, melon and apricot in a lightly sweet and bitter hop flavour. This beer is on track with the style of new-age IPAs but the use of Amarillo and Equinox hops offers something unique at the same time. While a slight booziness reduces the drink-ability slightly it is flavourful, fruity and definitely worth giving a try!

Alcohol – 7.0%
IBU – 15
Size – 650ml
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Comments

  1. Mike
    Mike 19 April, 2017, 12:14

    Odd. That looks absolutely nothing like the pint of it I had on tap at the brewery. That one does have a touch of have although still not to style. The one I had was crystal clear and quite West Coast IPA like. I did get the correct pour though as I knew the other beers on tap at the brewery. Odd.

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