Line Cutter by Offshoot Beer Co. is a 10.5% ABV Vermont/New England Triple India Pale Ale brewed with Lupulin Powder, Citra, Mosaic, simcoe and Cashmere hops
Triple IPA with lupulin powder, featuring Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe, with an extra dousing of Cashmere and Simcoe hops. Brewed with Two-Row and Wheat. Fermented with Barbarian yeast. Unfiltered and born on the canning line on June 20, 2017
Holy Jumex!!! This is insane tropics and stone fruit juice! Like drinking guava, pineapple, mango and citrus pulp!
For being the first time I try a beer made with Lupulin powder, there is no hop bitterness to be found. Truly a fucking miracle beer. So damn tropical fruit forward!
IPA with Nelson, Vic Secret, Motueka and Rakau hops from New Zealand and Australia. Brewed with Two-Row, Marris Otter and Spelt. Fermented with Barbarian yeast. Unfiltered and orderly canned on June 20, 2017.
Nice tropics and more on the citrucy side… love these hazy releases
Cart by Offshoot Beer Company is a 6.7% ABV New England Style India Pale Ale brewed with African Queen, Simcoe and El Dorado hops.
HOPS: African Queen, Simcoe, El Dorado hops
MALTS: 2-Row, Vienna, Wheat, Golden Naked Oats
The second set of can releases by the Bruery and their IPA venture, Offshoot Beer Company. They make it easy for their society members to get these beers as there is no need for a line. You just buy and pick up. This is actually awesome as the hype for many of the Vermont/New England style beers have been hard to come by since some people usually try to get as many as possible as they use it for trading fodder. Like scalpers for toys or video games, it is kind of getting out of hand. The fact that freshie beers go to trade for a barrel aged beer is pretty ridiculous. Nevertheless, that’s another story for another time. So if you somehow manage to get this one, let’s see if how it is, cheers!
Grapefruit, tangerine, grassy, piney and floral hops, tropical fruit, papaya, passion fruit, dragon fruit, pineapple guava, biscuit bread, coconut, Danish cream, orange blossom honey, tangerines, orange zest, citrus, cherries and caramel hints.
Rich papaya, passion fruit, dragon fruit, pineapple, coconut, sweetened condensed milk, mango, kiwi, strawberry, prickly pear tunas, cherries, pomegranates, grapes, lemon peel, caramel, almonds, walnut, peanut hints, grapefruit, tangerine, grassy, piney and floral hops, honey, lychee, stone fruit peach, apricot, guava, Danish cream, fuzzy navel, peach cobbler, blueberries, flan, cherry marzipan, orange honey blossom, sunny delight, tampico mango drink, tangerine gummies, kumquats, lime notes, orange candy slices and starburst candies.
Finishes full of tropical fruit juice, orange juice, mixed nuts, lemon peel, grapefruit, floral, piney and grassy hops, honey, sweetened condensed milk and biscuit bread. No alcohol in the taste, Hazy Golden Orange juice body, crisp, clean, refreshing and smooth mouthfeel along with an easy drinkability.
An exceptional beer! Unlike the Better Late than never, the flavors are in different from that beer and yet it is still very delicious and tropical although it has some nice nutty notes. This is the first time I try the African Queen hops and while it is hard to distinguish which hop gave what flavor profile, I can only say that it sure added something amazing to this beer. So yes, I would say I highly recommend it but don’t pay for it if you can trade for something not too expensive.
Hera, Athena, Artemis, Persephone and Aries from Puzzles and Dragons were all used in this pairing to mainly represent the cart being pulled by the horses. There really wasn’t much I could think of than better to go all the way with something creative.
Better Late Than Never by Offshoot Beer Co. is an 8.5% ABV New England/Vermont Double India Pale Ale brewed with Mosaic, Vic Secret and Citra hops.
Juicy, hazy, double dry-hopped Vermont-style Double IPA gracing us with its presence and Mosaic, Vic Secret and Citra hops. Brewed with Golden Promise and Wheat malts, fermented with BSI-Barbarian, unfiltered and canned (April 25, 2017).
Just like Fashionably Late, this one was also canned on April 25th 2017 but reviewed on May 4th 2017. Released by the Bruery’s branch of East Coast Style IPAs, (Offshoot Beer Co.), they step into the market to show something new or at least something that the west coast does not have, for the most part. This is the Vermont or New England style of IPA. A style made famous by Alchemist brewing and the east coast breweries like Tree House and Trillium. So the release of these on the west coast is pretty rare. Fortunately, for some Reserve and Hoarders members, they don’t have to wait in line to get these. This is the double IPA release to pair with the Fashionably Late, hence Better Late than never. Vic Secret hops, which is what this has, is a new strain of hops I have never had before. Therefore, it may actually be something very delightful, let’s have a look, cheers!
Stone fruit peaches, apricots, tropical fruit kiwi, guavas, pineapple, mango, dragon fruit, passion fruit, papaya, lychee, prickly pear tunas, lemon peel, orange preserves, orange peel, grapefruit, herbal, floral and piney hops, cane sugar, raspberries, cherries, blueberries, currants, white grapes, crème brulee notes and rich honey.
Rich tropical fruit kiwi, guava custard, Guava Danish cream, mango nectar, dragon fruit, passion fruit, papaya, lychee, orange preserves, peach cobbler, fuzzy navel, guava jelly, dried apricots, prickly pear tunas, pears, candied apples, cane sugar, pomegranates, raspberry, strawberry, cherry, blueberries, currants, Stone fruit peaches, apricots, sweetened condensed milk, Danish cream, flan notes, piney, floral, grapefruit, lemon peel, marshmallow cream, almond milk, hazelnut cream, cherry marzipan hints, crème brulee, Starburst, candy pineapple, sunny delight, sweet limes and orange honey blossoms.
Finishing with lots of berries, tropical fruit, stone fruit and citrus flavors. No alcohol in the taste, honey colored hazy orange juice full body, smooth, crisp, clean and refreshing mouthfeel along with an easy drinkability.
Damn! I really loved this one! Way too much in fact. I am really surprised! The Bruery/ Offshoot Beer Co. really freaking did it! It’s so damn tropical to the way a tropical orange juice like mango Tampico tastes. Not only is this above a regular orange juice or grapefruit juice drink but more of tropical fruit smoothie. I think I am starting to realize why it is possible that many of the hyped beers in this style are coveted. This one was damn amazing and I can only compare it to the way Monkish Feed the Fanatics and the way Tree House King JJJuliusss was when I got the chance to try them. It truly is something worth getting and I hope they make this one again. Look for this one if you get to try it, I super high recommendation!
Saber from the Fate series was used in this pairing mainly since I feel she represents in this picture what is like to have something that is worth the wait. The clock represents the time but as she walks in, she looks smoking hot. This represents something like “something’s are definitely worth the wait. Where waiting on the day a coveted beer is easier to obtain is the day lots of people have been waiting for and its about time!
Fashionably Late by Offshoot Beer Co is a 6.5% ABV New England/Vermont India Pale Ale brewed with Citra, El Dorado and Mandarina Bavaria hops.
Juicy, hazy, double dry-hopped East Coast-style IPA showing up at just the right time to the party with Citra, El Dorado and Mandarina Bavaria hops. Brewed with Two-Row, Pale Wheat and rolled oats, fermented with S-04, unfiltered and canned (April 25, 2017)
The Bruery said they would never, ever!! brew an IPA! They were right, they created a new “Offshoot” per se brewery for this task. Canned on 4/25/2017, I am reviewing this a week later on 5/3/2017. While some of these reviews take a while to post, I hope it is sooner rather than later to let you know about this beer. So as many know, the hype of brewing the hazy and milky orange juice IPA from the east coast has hit really big with the public and in order to meet demand, many breweries have been jumping on the ball to make these specialty types available to the consumer. Since I am a Reserve society member, the newest perk we got is a virtual line reservation. Meaning I don’t have to camp outside “Black Friday style” over night to get some cans. While I think this style is amazing, I don’t think it is worth the trouble. In fact, the only reason I happen to get these brand new beers was because they made them easy to get for member. I am not sure what that entails to the public but since I was able to get some I wanted to let you know what this new release is like, cheers!
tropical fruit mango, strawberries, kiwi, tangerines, kumquats, guava, honey dew melon, papaya, orange, grapefruit, dank resinous, garlicky, grassy, floral and tropical hops, green tea notes, stone fruit peach, apricot, prickly pear and wild flower honey.
Rich orange, grapefruit, dank resinous, garlicky, grassy, floral and tropical hops, biscuit bread, orange juice, tampico orange juice, grapefruit juice, sunny delight notes, limes, lemon candy, tropical fruit mango, strawberries, kiwi, orange gummies, lychee, tangerines, kumquats, guava notes, honey dew melon, papaya, cherries, prickly pear, wild flower honey, stone fruit peach, apricot, mild creamy notes, green tea ice cream hints and peach preserves.
Finishes full of tropical fruit juice, orange juice, orange peel, grapefruit, floral, dank resinous and piney hops, honey and biscuit bread. No alcohol in the taste, Hazy Golden Orange juice body, crisp, clean, refreshing and smooth mouthfeel along with an easy drinkability.
Definitely a perfect New England Style! Not that I have ever had a bad one so far since they are hard as hell to get. This one is very nice! While My heart still belongs to my Power Plant golden standard, this was a great example for a style that is hard to get. I’d say if you can get it, go for it but definitely don’t trade for it. While it is perfect, it is not supremely exceptional to sell an arm and a leg for. I would still highly recommend it though. The great juicy juice that comes with this style of IPAs is there no doubt!
Jinx from League of Legends was used in this pairing mainly for the name fashionably late and the label. The setting to me seemed well with Jinx looking like she arrived and is hot as well as the cops in the background have the shades similar to the label. Some of the colors do match but overall I only had a few thoughts on this pairing.