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Touch 7.0%, Track Brewing Co., England
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7.0% New England IPA / Hazy IPA
Birthday 2023 DDH IPA w/ Citra Incognito, Citra T90, Citra Cryo & Peacharine. 9 years. 9 rotations around the sun. A lot has happened in craft beer over these 9 years than we ever could have imagined. Styles have been brewed that would have been unthinkable, boundaries have well and truly been pushed, and craft beer is now more accessible than ever. We’ve also moved from our small railway arch setup over 2 years ago, to a much bigger space - almost tripling our output, with a beautiful taproom on-site welcoming anyone and everyone to the freshest Track beer available. There’s only one way we can think to celebrate surviving this long, and that’s by brewing beers which we truly believe you will love, and we love planning and dialing in to perfection. Sit back, relax and enjoy them - cheers to another 9 years.


Post author: Teddy Sweex
Teddy Sweex
6 months ago

Post author: Ilkka P
Ilkka P
6 months ago
Touch, England
Sitruksinen. Pehmeä.

Post author: Andy B
Andy B
@ Craft Metropolis
7 months ago
Touch, England

Post author: Paul G
Paul G
8 months ago
Touch, England
Three engineered forms of Citra in this along with new hop Peacharine, which is new to me. I'm not a fan of hop products Cyro but definitely concentrated liquid hop, but it should be strong flavoured at least. Pale and hazy amber coloured with slowly dispersing head. Saturated in Citra on the nose with soft fruit leanings, I would guess from the "Peacharine". Thick mouthfeel and chewy, with big body, big flavour and a big finish. The 7% ABV is notable in the finish but that's ok on occasion and it doesn't over take the hops in the beginning or middle. You can taste the engineered aspect to this brew, it tastes concentrated but not via massive boil and dry hop. Saying that, this is a double dry hop, so it's not relying on cheating completely. Grapefruit hits quite hard, pink grapefruit I'd say, along with Clementine, peach, apricot and a touch of pine on the finish which accumulates and over takes the taste of alcohol. It's as close to a DIPA you can get as an IPA. It's a big boy for a big boy birthday (yes it was mine recently but in this case it's the brewers anniversary) Track brewing are decent, spanning red ales, IPAs and more. And this one's decent too. Not entirely to my liking but it is good and it gets better as it breathes, which is the case more often than not. It's very flavoursome and very hoppy, it just gets bigger and bigger. If you like concentrated hop flavour then this is for you.

Post author: Ting Tong
Ting Tong
@ Husk
8 months ago
Touch, England