Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: IPA State/Country: Pennsylvania ABV: 6% Serving Type: 12 oz Look: 9 Hazy orange color, medium white head, stringy lacing Smell: 8 Citrus, floral Taste: 8.5 Orange, grapefruit, orange zest, pine, grass, herbal, caramel, pepper Mouthfeel: 8 Medium with medium carbonation Drinkability: 8 A little citrus with some grass, pine and pepper on the finish Overall Score: 8.3 Value: 10 Cost/12 oz serving: $1.84 Overall Impression: I haven't had Sly Fox in a while (I've been to the Phoenixville location once) This beer was well balanced and not too hoppy. It would make a nice entry level IPA
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Double/Imperial IPA State/Country: New York ABV: 9% Serving Type: 16 oz Look: 9 Milky orange color, small white head, stringy lacing Smell: 8.5 Citrus, vanilla, grass Taste: 9 Orange juice, peach, lemon, vanilla, wet grass, pine Mouthfeel: 8.5 Silky with medium carbonation Drinkability: 9 Lots of citrus with a hint of vanilla and a grassy finish. ABV well hidden Overall Score: 8.8 Value: 9 Cost/16 oz serving: $3.00 Overall Impression: Another tasty brew from Evil Twin. This may have been the smoothest drinking DIPA I've had in a long time. Well balanced and recommended
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: IPA State/Country: Connecticut ABV: 6% Serving Type: 16 oz Look: 6 Murky brown color, small white head, spotty lacing Smell: 7 Over ripe fruit, wet grass Taste: 6 Over ripe sour fruit, wet grass Mouthfeel: 6 Watery with low carbonation Drinkability: 6 This beer was undrinkable. Drain pour Overall Score: 6.2 Value: 6 Cost/16 oz serving: $2.50 Overall Impression: I've had beers from this brewery in the past and were OK. This may be one of the worst IPA's I ever drank. There also was no can date (which I hate) so I don't know fresh it was. Avoid this beer!
Reviewed By: Herr Mike Style: Pale Ale State/Country: Illinois ABV: 5.2 Serving Type: 16 oz Look: 9 Medium gold color, big white head, stringy lacing Smell: 8 Biscuit, spice, fruity, floral Taste: 9 Tangerine, grapefruit, biscuit, caramel, pine Mouthfeel: 8.5 Medium dry with medium carbonation Drinkability: 9 A citrus punch followed by some biscuit, caramel and pine Overall Score: 8.7 Value: 10 Cost/16 oz serving: $2.63 Overall Impression: First beer from Half Acre and it was awesome! Not your typical pale ale but good in so many ways. A must try if you like the style.