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Brewed by: O'Dempsey's LLC in Georgia, USA

Style: American IPA

ABV (Alcohol By Volume): 7%

Season: Year-round

Serving: Bottle and Tap
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review by . October 23, 2010
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Inukshuk IPA, maybe more subtle than an ideal IPA but I quite liked it
How does it look? How's the color? Clarity? Head? Somewhat cloudy, roughly the color of cider. How's the nose (smell)? Sweet, spicy, fruity? Far more subtle than IPAs tend to be but a mix of sweet, citrus, and hops How does it taste? Malty? Hoppy? Fruity? Chalky? I know how the taste buds are arranged on the tongue so/but forgive me for this image.  The way the flavor works, it feels like the initial flavors sit in the middle of the tongue equally intense.  The aftertaste, …
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