Crux Fermentation Project - Cast Out IPA Beer Review
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IMG_6973The Cast Out IPA, formerly known as the “Outcast” IPA, comes from Oregon brewery Crux Fermentation Project. This beer is hopped and dry-hopped with a beautiful blend of Galaxy and Northwestern hops creating a wonderfully tropical and balanced IPA. 

Crux Fermentation Project – Cast Out IPA 

ABV: 7.6% 

IBU: 60

Appearance: From the bottle it poured a bright golden yellow with an off white head that quickly settled into a small ring around the glass. 

Aroma: The aroma of the beer was quite subtle, tropical fruit notes of mango and pineapple coming through softly and a hint of sweet malts. 

Flavor: The taste follows the aroma with a well balanced blend of tropical fruits and sweet malts. Flavors of mango, pineapple and some piney notes come through with a significant hop bite supported by a nice malt backbone. 

Mouthfeel: Surprisingly soft mouthfeel, almost frothy. Lightly carbonated with hops coating the tongue and a nice dry finish. 

Overall: Overall this is an excellent example of an IPA. Well balanced with a good amount of hop bitterness and super sessionable at 7.6% ABV. 

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