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Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight by Black Tide Brewing

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Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight is a 9% hazy triple IPA from Black Tide Brewing, based in Kesunnuma, in Miyagi, Japan. It’s part of their seasonal line up, and can be found in both cans and on draught, though its availability is unknown at the time of writing. Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight is brewed using Citra, Idaho7, Sultana, and Lotus (Lupulin) hops.

Black Tide Umibozu's Delight

Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight : At A Glance


  • Alcohol : 9%
  • Style : Hazy triple IPA
  • Hops : Citra, Idaho7, Sultana, and Lotus (Lupulin).
  • IBU : Unknown

Sale Information

  • Availability : Limited
  • On Sale : From January 2022
  • Size : 370 ml
  • Price : From 850 yen

Aroma & Taste

  • Notable Aromas : Citrus and tropical – oranges and lemons with peaches and pineapple. Slight vanilla note when warm.
  • Notable Tastes : Bitter punch, then fruity as in the nose – citrus and tropical – with low alcohol heat.

Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight : Aroma & Taste

Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight certainly poured out hazy – it was such a hazy dark golden orange colour that it could have been from the bottom of the sea. The head was large and frothy, with some streaks left down the side of the glass. The aroma though smelt, thankfully, nothing like the bottom of the sea but instead of a tropical island – lots of citrus and tropical notes in Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight. The most noticeable ones were of lemons and oranges, along with some peaches and pineapples too. When the beer had warmed up, there were some notes of vanilla – most interesting – but also some light sweetness from the malts.

The body started off with a bitter punch to the chops though it faded fast to the deeps of the fruity flavours contained – more citrus and tropical flavours as in the nose. A nice balance between them made Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight very easy drinking though there was a touch of alcohol heat once it had warmed up. Not of a level to be off putting but enough to be noticeable at the end of drinking. Towards the end, the fruity flavours lingered on in the aftertaste before a subtle sweetness came through to wash them away.

Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight : The Bottom

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Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight : Where to Buy

Black Tide Umibozu’s Delight can be bought online at the following places:

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