It has a soft, very pleasant, smooth and clean mouthfeel. At first it is almost sweet, the bitterness lingers up until the end, when it arrives, fruity and citrusy. The bitterness of the hops remains and grows in the end, leaving a pleasant, elegant, grassy-citrusy sensation of tartness.
Especially good with succulent dishes such as roast lamb, baked chicken, pork and barbecued beef. Excellent with Tex-Mex dishes that are not too spicy and with aged hard cheeses.
"Understanding the city of Ipazia wasn't easy.
Known languages and preconceptions were worthless. The signs formed a language, but not the one you might have expected. Things were not found where you would normally look for them. And beauty was hidden in the most unusual situations and places. That’s what our beer is like: it’s an American IPA, but you have to look at it differently. You will discover its unusual and diverse identity that wants to be understood sip by sip.”