Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA by Far Yeast Brewing

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA・ファーイースト エヌイー レゾリューション アイピーエー

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA is a 6.7% NE-IPA from Far Yeast Brewing, based in Yamanashi, Japan. It’s part of their limited edition lineup, and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA was first released in January 2019 and is brewed with oats, sugar, as well as lemon juice sourced from local lemons. At the time of writing, it’s unknown whether Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA is a one-off or will be brewed again.

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA・ファーイースト エヌイー レゾリューション アイピーエー

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA Aroma and Taste

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA poured out a hazy muddy orange colour with a plump white head on top that clung to the side of the glass. It had a strong lemon, pineapple, and passion fruit aroma to it, with some hints of oats and an artificial sweetness to it. I admit that this bottle is probably a bit old for a NE-IPA but it said it was well within it’s drink before date. One of the problems with NE-IPA, yes just the one from me, is that they HAVE to be drunk fresh to taste their best.

The sweetness extended to the body as Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA tasted high on the sweet sugar side of things – not caramel but actual sugar. The lemons helped restrain some of that sweetness though not enough. Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA’s oaty body was evident from the start to the finish, and the subtle tropical flavours of pineapple and passion fruit made Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA *shudder* juicy. There was a lingering fruity flavour to it, with the oats also bringing some creaminess to the party.

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA The Bottom

Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA is an adequate representation of a style that NEEDS to be drunk fresh.

Where to Buy Far Yeast NE Resolution IPA

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About the Author

Rob

Been drinking beer since longer than I can remember. You can find me in a bar, on the slopes, or doing DIY. I enjoy porters, imperial porters, golden ales, and amber / viennas.

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