So many Brett’s, so little time.
Remember when he sent a dick pic to that reporter? How come people don’t still shit on him for that? He has a goddamn STREET named after him in Green Bay. Guess it just goes to show, you can do just about anything if you can chuck a football really fucking hard. Just don’t tell that to Ray Rice, don’t want him getting any funny ideas.The pour is an almost perfectly clear light amber color with a finger + of exquisitely fine pale white foam that left full coverage lacing on the glass. The foam here is brilliant.
The smells are a bold tropical barnyard. Getting barnyard with a touch of nasty feet surrounded by a menage of citrus hits. Undeniably Brett!
The tastes are delicately funky and fruity. It’s not as bitter as I was expecting; a refreshing change of pace. Getting barnyard/feet up front with lemon rind, nectarine, unsweetened orange juice and a low key biscuit backing track. It’s mostly sharp flavors that might turn off people looking for a fruity IPA (a la Fat Tug). Loving this!
The mouthfeel is sharp and mid-heavy on the body with good, strong carbonation. The flavors drag to the back of the palate slowly, leaving mostly Brett funk on the aftertaste, and it haaaaangs on.
5/5 Brilliant. Easily the best Brett I’ve ever had, and also ranks among my favorite IPAs of all time now! If you can handle a sharp, funky IPA, you MUST try this! Absolutely delightful. I hope this is a mainstay.