Off The Rail Brewing Co. – Seven Seas IPA

Off The Rail Seven Seas IPA Review


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3.9 out of 5


  • Brewery: Off The Rail Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: India Pale Ale
  • Pros:

    A big hop flavour with a balance of malted character

  • Cons:

    A powdery-mouthfeel is a bit odd

  • Conclusion:

    A fairly intensele flavoured IPA with moderate ABV and IBUs

Off The Rail Seven Seas IPA Review Off The Rail Brewing  Co. – Seven Seas IPA Review

Off THe Rail has brewed the Seven Seas IPA in a colourful and artistic twist from their usual labeling style. Coming in at 5.8% and 52 IBUs the Seven Seas is a moderate approach to the India Pale Ale style. Pouring this beer it is golden in colour and has a light haze to it. With two fingers of head this beer has an aroma of pine and citrus with light pineapple fruit notes. It is a blend of traditional hop tones and a light, fruit infusion. The flavour is relatively malty and has a moderate hop bitterness. The combination of fruit and pine tones comes through with strength and leads into a bitter, very dry finish. Adding to the dryness is the body which has a slight powderyness to it on the tongue. This is a balanced and big-hopped IPA that offers both tradition and newer-minded hop flavours in a single package.

Alcohol – 5.8%
IBU – 52
Size – 650ml bottle


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Tags: ipa, Off The Rail

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