Brewccoly Autumn Paddy is a 7% Belgian IPA from Brewccoly, based in Akita, Japan. It’s part of their regular lineup and can be found in both bottles and on tap. Brewccoly Autumn Paddy is brewed using Belgian ale yeast but that’s all we could find out about it.
Brewccoly Autumn Paddy Aroma and Taste
Brewccoly Autumn Paddy poured out a dark golden amber colour with a large fluffy white head on top that clung to the side of the glass during drinking. There was a distinctly spicy ester aroma to the beer – a little medicinal at times, with some tropical pineapple hints coming through. Once Brewccoly Autumn Paddy had warmed up, there was a also a boozy hit from the alcohol – not that high at 7% but definitely an unsurprising hit there.
The phenolic estery story continued into the body of the beer with it lingering throughout drinking. It wasn’t potent enough to stop the beer from being drunk but it was definitely on the stronger side of phenols. Brewccoly Autumn Paddy had a slight citrus bite to it that managed to cut through the phenol flavours but they did linger a bit too long in the aftertaste.
Brewccoly Autumn Paddy The Bottom Line
Reign in the phenols and you have the basis for a decent Belgian IPA.
Where to Buy Brewccoly Autumn Paddy
Brewccoly Autumn Paddy can be bought online at the following places: