Monday, June 16, 2014

White Peaks IPA at Delaney's

Riding to the top of Mount Washington and through the White Mountains on a perfectly lovely day was fantastic.

A delicious meal of award winning hot wings, burger, and seafood risotto at Delaney's Hole in the Wall made the day better.

But the kicker was a nice cold beer from a local brewery fresh from the tap in a tall glass.

Life is good.

White Peaks (6.60% ABV) a wheat IPA from 603 Brewery was a crisp, refreshing way to end the day.

It was served poured into a pint sized shaker glass. It was hazy amber with a thick floof of white foam that left behind layer after layer of lacing on the glass.

The aroma was a combination of earthy pine and juicy citrus.

The taste has the grainy flavor of a wheat beer with the gentle bite of hops. Pine and grapefruit flavors intermingle deliciously. The malt add a hint of sweetness to balance out the flavors.

The mouth feel is medium-ish with lively carbonation.

Overall: good

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