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Lost In Music 6.0%, DEYA, England
7 ratings
3.5
Lost In Music
6.0% New England IPA / Hazy IPA
This is an IPA brewed with oats for a thick, full body. Dry hopped with Azacca, Chinook and Citra for lots of orange, grapefruit and lychee. This beer is Vegan friendly!

Reviews

Post author: Miggins
Miggins
@ The Bottleneck
2 years ago
Lost In Music, England
4.0
Lovely orange and lychee flavours

Post author: Mac
Mac
2 years ago
Lost In Music, England
3.7

Post author: orson
orson
@ Hoptimaal
2 years ago
Lost In Music, England
3.7
It doesn't have a tropical aroma, so that is disappointing for me. Tangerine and bitter. Mouthfeel is dry, a bit bitter and light. I can taste tangerine, grapefruit, bitterness and some mango. Aftertaste is dry. Some grapefruit and orange peel. I was hoping for more but still this is ok.

Post author: Arto
Arto
2 years ago
3.6

Post author: Lasse K
Lasse K
@ Panema
2 years ago
3.8
Hanasta. Mukavan oloinen helposti juotava neipa. Jälkimaussa kaura maistuu.

Post author: Mightykoala
Mightykoala
2 years ago
Lost In Music, England
3.9
Jaffankeltainen, samea olut sormen vahvuisella vaahdolla. Tuoksussa on hedelmää ja sitrusta. Olut on keskitäyteläinen, hapokas, , kuiva, mehumainen ja raikas. Mausta löytyy hedelmää, sitrusta ja katkeroa. Kova tämäkin. (4+8+4+8+15=39) 3,9

Post author: Paul G
Paul G
2 years ago
Lost In Music, England
3.8
A deep straw colour and very hazy but with visible carbonation. Citrus jumping out on the nose with aromas of grapefruit, lime and orange. Back to the normal and my preference..with a nice hazy IPA, though I don't often have Azacca and Chinook. It's soft in the mouth with medium body and a medium fast finish that is fairly dry and doesn't linger. The flavour doesnt smack you but it's definitely there whilst being soft and well rounded. I feel like the Citra hops take a back seat in this brew. It's quite exotic tasting without having exotic fruit flavours, the grapefruit taste isn't sharp but instead it's almost dank. There isn't much resinous hops going on in the finish and you don't taste the ABV throughout a sip even with the soft nature of this beer. It's deep and juicy and quite hoppy in a dark way, that is to say it's not bright and fresh. It's difficult to describe, I hope that made sense. It's nice, soft and inoffensively rich but it's not a gulpable session IPA really. This beer is not far from a DIPA and reminds me of a Polly's brew. Expect flavours of lychee, orange peel, that grapefruit I mention and maybe a suggestion of apricot and melon.