Alpine Beer Company Hoppy Birthday American Pale Ale NV

Ratings on Delectable

Robert May

Okay. IPAs are generally easy to describe simply because there are a limited number of different hops used. Even when some rocket scientist adds something weird (coffee, cherries, chocolate) it's easy to describe. Not so with this brew. There something foreign about the aftertaste. I would use the word "soap" but that would imply it's bad, which it's not. It's just, well, you get a bottle and tell me.

Okay. IPAs are generally easy to describe simply because there are a limited number of different hops used. Even when some rocket scientist adds something weird (coffee, cherries, chocolate) it's easy to describe. Not so with this brew. There something foreign about the aftertaste. I would use the word "soap" but that would imply it's bad, which it's not. It's just, well, you get a bottle and tell me.

8.3

Hector Escaton

Alpine Hoppy Birthday. Grapefruit peel, pine, and a touch of honey. Nice and dry, for a change of pace.

Alpine Hoppy Birthday. Grapefruit peel, pine, and a touch of honey. Nice and dry, for a change of pace.

9.1

Mitchell Mulder

The best Pale on the Planet, seasonal release and only on tap, picked this up @ Total Wine, filled my growler with this awesome beer, big hops, tropical and citrus notes, taste like a IPA, but it is a pale done to perfection, nothing like it

The best Pale on the Planet, seasonal release and only on tap, picked this up @ Total Wine, filled my growler with this awesome beer, big hops, tropical and citrus notes, taste like a IPA, but it is a pale done to perfection, nothing like it

10

Location

  • 981 Sibley Memorial Highway
    Lilydale, MN 55118

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm