Jucifer

Louisiana
United States
Jucifer, Gnarly Barley Brewing
Judges Ratings 
1 Review
87
Aroma:
20 / 24
Flavor:
34 / 40
Appearance:
6 / 6
Mouthfeel:
10 / 10
Overall Impression:
17 / 20
Description 

A devilishly delicious hop bomb that makes your nostrils flair and your tail point. Feast your eyes on the curtain of haze and inhale the tropical aromas of papaya and passion fruit. Layers of citrusy tangerine and pineapple wash over your taste buds. Hop on this juicy river and drink it in. All Hail Jucifer!

Profile

ABV: 
6.0%
Hops: 
Cascade, Citra, Mosaic
Malts: 
Two-Row, Flaked Wheat, Oats
Judges Review 
Michael Heniff's picture
Judges Rating:
87
Aroma:
20 / 24
Appearance:
6 / 6
Flavor:
34 / 40
Mouthfeel:
10 / 10
Overall Impression:
17 / 20

Jucifer by Gnarly Barley Brewing Co. is a New England IPA and is being evaluated as an American IPA (category 21A in the 2015 BJCP Style Guidelines). American IPAs are hop-forward beers typically expressing American or new world hop characters. New England IPA is a relatively new style of American IPA (and is not yet a BJCP category) that typically showcases hops with tropical fruit flavors, a very cloudy appearance, and restrained bitterness. Jucifer is hopped with Cascade, Citra and Mosaic hop varieties.

This beer pours light golden, very hazy with a small clingy white head. The aroma is prominently hops with aromas of tropical fruit, tangerines with lighter aromas of onion and dank.  Abundant hop flavors continue into the flavor with tangerine, apricot, and tropical fruits with a lighter onion character.  No malt comes through the flavor and the bitterness is restrained.  Tangerine and tropical fruits linger long in an abundant hop finish. This is a very good New England IPA but the onion and dank hop flavors detract.

Brewery Introduction

Established in 2014, Gnarly Barley Brewing is located in a 14,000 square foot facility in Hammond, Louisiana and consists of a two-vessel 30bbl Brewhouse, one hot and one cold liquor tank, a 690bbl cellar and a whole lot of passion for craft beer. An open air taproom, known as the Gnar Bar,... Read More

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