Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 by Two Rabbits Brewing Company

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 (and breathe out) is a 7% American IPA from Two Rabbits Brewing Company, based in Omihachiman, in Shiga, Japan. It is part of their canned and draught lineup. As the name suggests, Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 is part of their single hop series, with this one using Idaho 7 hop, which is also used in their Two Rabbits Rabbit Punch Mountain IPA.

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 Aroma and Taste

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 poured out a slightly hazy golden amber colour with a thin layer of white head on top. The aroma was mostly hops, with the Idaho 7 bringing a tropical dankness to proceedings. The aromas of pineapple, mango, guava, and peach came though, with just a dash of lemon and grapefruit following soon after. The malts brought just a hint of sweetness to the profile, with a light pilsner bite and some caramel tones faintly coming through.

The body started off with a reasonable amount of smooth bitterness to it – nothing punchy or face turning – but it was noticeable. Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7’s body followed a similar line of flavours as to the aroma – pineapple, mango, guava, with some lemon and grapefruit – that all blended together nicely and made Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 a pleasure to drink. An edge of dankness supported the fruitiness of the beer, and gave it a balanced profile. In terms of malt, there was just a soft edge of sweetness that became a little more pronounced as the beer warmed up, but was never overpowering or cloying.

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 The Bottom Line

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 is a cracking little beer, just shorten the name.

Where to Buy Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7

Two Rabbits Single Hop IPA Idaho 7 can be bought online at the following places:

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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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