Just like you, but different
Outlier Cartel From Such Great Heights. A Session IPA. There you go, you have one and you have to have another. I’m determined that I’ll find one that is a good one, not that they are all bad or under par, I don’t think I’ve found the perfect middle ground.
a devilish glint in his eye
This is a 330ml can of a craft beer that is 4.5% ABV and that makes 135 calories, in all this is 1.3 standard drink units in NZ.
‘I’ve got this massive crate of Zuckermelonen,whatever shall we do with them?’, Carmichael pondered.
‘Let’s make the happiest beer in the world!’ Herbie squeed with delight.
‘How does one make such a happy beverage?’ asked Carmichael.
Herbie pointed to the towering diving platform with a devilish glint in his eye. With great aplomb, Herbie released the cantaloupes from such great heights which produced an explosion of ripe, orangey jumble of fruity bits below.
Carmichael followed each descent with his looking glass until its deep, gratifying thud to the earth.With great glee he thought, ‘Now I know how to make the happiest beer in the world!
So, What could possibly go wrong?
The aroma burst forth like a child a playground. quite hoppy.
A very hazy pour this one, but it dis have lovely contrast white head that seemed not to want to hang around, faded to a film. Aroma in the glass subdued hops but something almost peppery too? Who knows.
It’s also quite the fruity beer.
Like the Bigmouth though this doesn’t have a large middle bit, but this does have a much fuller bigger lingering mouthful of flavours that dance about a bit.
It is refreshing and I am really liking the flavours that this has, particularly that quirky thing with the pepper, which I can’t shake, and despite the lack of middle this is quite a lovely beer.
I’m not totally convinced on the session thing, and the brewers hint that this is half beer, I’d dare them to make that one, “From an Enormous height” perhaps, but that’d be a lot of melon.
I think probably the best session IPA I’ve had,
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 8 of its things from the thing. Lovely with a different spin on the Session IPA, with a bunch of real flavour and aromas that last and linger.
The double dip review
You need to read here to know why this particular song though, which isn’t on the list I chose to listen to, who said it’d be that easy… Also do not take this as endorsement that I’m a fan of Ben, hs Folds or the Five.
The term Session IPA describes a category of beers marketed for their hop-dominant flavor profiles at “sessionable” levels of alcohol. While this is typically 3.2 – 4.6 percent alcohol, a few have stretched the definition.