Review: Brooklyn East India Pale Ale

When the liquor store is about to stop selling a product, if it's any good, you can't help but wanting to buy up the remaining stock that the liquor store sells. In this case, the liquor store was no longer selling Brooklyn Brewery's East India Pale Ale, there was one bottle left, so I had to get it, since I never tried it before.
Appearance: Pours a very nice caramel brown, snow white head. pretty straight forward.

Aroma: Incredibly hoppy, I could smell a whiff of hops as soon as I opened up the beer. It also has a bit of a Dove soap scent to it, a bit weird.

Taste: The usual citrus tastiness expected in an India Pale Ale, with a bit of hoppinnes. Slight amount of grapefruit.

Overall thoughts: Pretty decent India Pale Ale coming from Brooklyn Brewing in USA. It was around $2.10 before tax, so not pricey. It has an ABV of 6.9%!!!! So it's a slight stronger than most IPAs on the market, so it's kind of disappointing that it's going to be gone for good.

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