Time for a quick review. Terminal Gravity Brewing is located in the tiny little Eastern Oregon town of Enterprise, and I’d been hearing good things about their IPA, so I picked some up back around Thanksgiving (yes, I’m a bit behind on reviews). Turned out to be a pretty good IPA, I thought.
Appearance: Murky and brownish, like a dark raw cider.
Smell: Clean hops, not overwhelming. Malty with a hint of fruitiness.
Taste: Hoppy—bitter, a bit spicy, slightly dry. Clean. Good malt base, a little nutty and caramel with no burnt notes.
Mouthfeel: Nice medium body, dry from the hops and alcohol (6.7%).