Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA by Tall Boys Brewing

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA is a 5.8% NE-IPA from Tall Boys Brewing, based in Nagoya, in Aichi, Japan. Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA is part of their bottled and draught lineup, though at the time of writing, its availability is unknown. Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA was brewed at Kakitagawa Brewing and used imported Medusa and Citra hops from the USA.

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA Aroma and Taste

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA poured out, unsurprisingly, a hazy golden yellow colour with a medium amount white head on top that clung to the side of the glass during drinking. The aroma coming off the beer was a classic hazy IPA – lots of citrusy notes of lemon and grapefruit and a slight minerally nose to the beer, though I am rather sensitive to that aroma. The malts were light on the nose, with just a faint dusting of pilsner sweetness, and a subtle creaminess once the beer had warmed up.

The initial drinking of Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA had a citrusy punch at the forefront – lemon and grapefruit were vibrant and pronounced – with a bitterness that outlasted both of the flavours. The minerally nature to the beer was also noticeable with it lying in the background of the flavours. Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA had a faint sweetness to it, with just a dash of pilsner sweetness, though with the beer being hop forward, it was a fleeting flavour.

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA The Bottom Line

Tall Boys Dazed & Confused Hazy IPA is a good first beer from Tall Boys Brewing and looking forward to trying more of their beers.

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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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