Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Brew Review: High Water No Boundary IPA
Beer: High Water Brewing No Boundary IPA
Location: San Leandro, CA
Aroma: Citrus, pine, and Belgian smelling
Appearance: Hazy pale golden
Body & Texture: Blossoms in your mouth -- complex. No alcohol taste, good carbonation provided for awesome beer burps.
Aftertaste: Fades into a strong bitterness. The bitterness lasts awhile in the aftertaste.
My dad bought this beer for David & I to try. I'm so thankful he did, because it's a winner! This beer feels pretty complex sitting in the mouth. Just by smelling the beer, David was able to point out the Belgian aspect of this beer. I really liked the aroma and how it felt sitting in my mouth. The color was lighter than what I'm used to for a regular IPA. I would definitely recommend this beer! About a week later, David and I were discussing this beer again, and I said that I actually liked it better than Stone's Cali-Belgique, David said he didn't. I think it would be fun to do a side by side tasting and really see which one I liked best. I think if you like Stone's Cali-Belgique then you'd really enjoy No Boundary as well. I hope you like hops because this one is full of them!