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Fins & Faultlines West Coast IPA by Alvarado Street Brewery 16 oz

Fins & Faultlines West Coast IPA by Alvarado Street Brewery 16 oz

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The Classic Hop Experience: Fins & Faultlines West Coast IPA

Fins & Faultlines by Alvarado Street Brewery is a quintessential West Coast IPA that continues to captivate hop heads with its crisp, refreshing character. Perfectly embodying the spirit of the West Coast style, this IPA, with an ABV of 5.5-6%, offers a harmonious balance of flavor and drinkability. It's an ode to the classic IPA, offering a timeless taste experience that never goes out of style.

A Citrus Hop Symphony: Aroma and Taste Unfolded

When you crack open a can of Fins & Faultlines, you are greeted with a bright and citrusy aroma that promises a delightful drinking experience. Notes of grapefruit, tangerine, and lemon zest blend seamlessly with subtle hints of pine and tropical fruit sweetness. The flavor follows this aromatic prelude with a burst of citrus upfront, leading into a satisfyingly moderate bitterness. The malt provides a light yet sturdy backbone, ensuring the hops shine through every sip. The result is a clean, crisp, and utterly refreshing taste that epitomizes the West Coast IPA.

Balanced and Sessionable: The Ideal IPA Experience

Fins & Faultlines stands out for its exceptional balance and drinkability. While it may not chase the trends of juiciness or haze, it excels in delivering a classic, refined IPA experience. An IBU of 60-70 strikes the perfect balance between bitterness and flavor. This highly sessionable beer makes it an ideal companion for outdoor activities, grilling, or just enjoying a relaxed time with friends. It's the go-to IPA for those who appreciate a flavorful and easy-to-drink beer.

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