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33 Acres Of Ocean 5.3%, 33 Acres Brewing Co., Canada
3 ratings
33 Acres Of Ocean
5.3% India Pale Ale
This is a full flavoured beer integrated with a distinct floral hop which gives it a quality unique to our Pacific Northwest surroundings. This style is evolutionary from a typical IPA with an assertive hop, lower alcohol content, and slight pine aroma. Low in malt character, this beer has a refined quality and a refreshing temperament. We’ve used ingredients harvested near the Pacific Ocean including Galena, Cascade and Citra hops. Substantive hop flavour paired with a bit of caramel complete the composite to end with a medium finish. Typically consumed in good company amid the Pacific and pine.


Post author: Gordzilla
@ Beverly Corners
3 years ago
33 Acres Of Ocean, Canada
I believe this is the first I've had from this brewery. First thing I notice is a distinct lack of "pop" when I pop the top. As I pour this pale straw coloured beer it becomes apparent there is very little carbonation. A tangerine and tropical scent make their way to the nose without me even approaching to sniff. I'm a little surprised as I was expecting more pine I think. A little grapefruit and citrus help fill out the aromas nicely. It may be me just inserting my imagination but I think I'm getting pale malt peeking out from the bottom. This is quite an interesting beer to explore. The carbonation is very weak. I will try another to see if it was just a poor bottle but it hasnt ruined the beer either. I'm getting what my palette tells me is melon, bell pepper, cucumber, and dragon fruit. I want to say onion almost but i can't. But its all blended well with indistinct tropicals and a touch of nondescript spiciness. The flavor is light and a bit watery. Decent bitterness that stands apart in an inoffensive way to rest of the flavours. Not really to my taste. Update. Second bottle was way more carbonated and the melon bell pepper and cucumber were pushed way down and much reduced but still a bit evident. I will rate on this second bottle.

Post author: T-ares
7 years ago