Appropriately named - this is a rustic, earthy and agricultural tipa. Whilst it’s not quite as thick as I was hoping, the mouthfeel is soft and fluffy and it does really well to avoid the tipa sweetness trap - it’s a proper savoury drop. Thanks Jan M.
Like the recent version of The Realest, this is another rebrew that lacks the soupy, pulpy 2020 body and replaces lush fruit with a synthetic tang. CW, whatever you’re doing to these rebrews please stop and just go back to the recipe from last year. Ta.
Whilst I stand by my initial comment that the flavours are slightly blunt (the booze absolutely smacks), the feel on this is pure olive oil. Such a good example of how an exceptional body can elevate an otherwise one-dimensional beer. Upped.
From a fairly nothing series emerges a very enjoyable tipa. It’s oppressively thick and ruinously strong - which is obviously a combination I’m all over. Lacks the nuance/layering of the top drawer but it’s still a most worthwhile addition to the fridge.