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PorchDrinking.com reviews Fresh off the Farm IPA: "The Fresh Off the Farm IPA pours a clear, ginger color, with a delicate white head that dissipates quickly. Tiny bubbles leave intricate lacing and cascade down the glass like a Pacific Northwest waterfall. The mouthfeel is crisp, dry and light, with moderate-to-high carbonation that creates a refreshing burst of flavor without weighing down the palate.
The nose is grassy with strong citrus tones. Notes of ripe apples and earthy berries combine with the citrus to create a mouthwateringly juicy aroma. On the palate, the pilsner malt base shows up first, adding to the crispness of the beer. Pine notes that were absent in the nose show up in a big way upon first taste of the beer, and the use of Simcoe and Mosaic hops are evident in the IPA’s tart, green flavors. The Fresh Off the Farm’s finish is bitter and floral – perfectly suited for the first Official Seattle Beer Week beer from the hop capital of the world." --Katelyn Pelak
Posted May 09, 2017