Postmark Brewing – India Pale Ale – Mark 1

Postmark West Coast IPA Review


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3.8 out of 5


  • Brewery: Postmark Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: India Pale Ale
  • Pros:

    I nice balance of malt and hop with an English and BC inspiration

  • Cons:

    Rather malty for a west coast IPA

  • Conclusion:

    A malty and well hopped India Pale Ale

Postmark West Coast IPA ReviewPostmark Brewing – India Pale Ale Review

Vancouver’s Postmark Brewing has released two Bombers as their first packaged beers. One of which is the India Pale Ale. Labelled as being Citrus, Balanced and Bitter this west coast IPA will surely be a hit. From the bottle the Postmark IPA pours as an amber colour topped with a finger and a half of loose and quick to settle head. A slight lacing is left on the glass as the head dissipates. From the Postmark IPA comes a citrus and fresh hop flavour with a light kick of malt and piney freshness. The body is rather light and the flavour is a more malt forward beer than is typical by BC IPA standards. A citrus and English style flavour comes into the mix before a nice west coast hit builds near the finish. The Postmark IPA is a nice blend of English and BC IPA flavours in a well balanced and diversely flavour IPA

Alcohol – 6.2%
IBU – 50
Size – 650ml
Price – 6.90 (Craft Retailer)


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