Tuesday, September 9, 2014

GoodLife Brewing Company Descender IPA

Hello beer lovers and welcome to another edition of the NorCal Beer Blog's brew review.

Tonight’s featured beer is GoodLife Brewing Company Descender IPA.

From the GoodLife Brewing Company website: “The descent from the top of the mountain to the bottom should be exhilarating. Whether it's a gradual descent or a screaming race that gets you to the bottom, this beer is created to help you enjoy the experience.

Life is loaded with peaks and valleys, where we associate the valleys with the reward post ascending the peak. Like the flow of the stream slows in the valley, put the cell phone away, sit back and relax with this IPA, and enjoy the journey.

This beer is a hop lover’s dream that has balance you will appreciate. We created it for you so you can take time out from the rigors of life and descend to a valley full of hops – sounds good, no, great!”
Let’s get started!
Appearance: Pours a hazy caramel color with a large slightly off-white head and tons of lacing.
Aroma: Pine, citrus and tropical hop aromas with a bready malts in the nose as well.
Taste: Juicy citrus (orange mainly), pine and tropical hop bitterness balanced nicely with biscuit and sweet malts.
Overall: Crisp and clean, GoodLife Brewing Company Descender IPA is an excellent Pacific Northwest IPA. At 7% ABV I found this offering smooth, delicious and absolutely worth picking up.


Mark Harvey

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