Trafalgar Honey IPA

Trafalgar Honey IPA

Rated 3.160 by BeerPals

Brewed by Trafalgar Ales And Meads

Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Style:  IPA

5.5% Alcohol by Volume

70 International Bittering Units

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Our Honey IPA comes in at 70 IBU's, and 5.5%alc./vol. The floral and citrus aromas and flavours of the hops are balanced by a touch of wildflower honey, which adds smoothness and sweetness. This Honey IPA has a moderate finish with the distinct hop bitterness known with this style of beer.

ID: 56890 Last updated 1 year ago Added to database 8 years ago

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Overall Rank24486
Overall Percentile52.1
Style Rank3032 of 5346
Style Percentile43.3
Lowest Score3.3
Highest Score3.5
Average Score3.400
Weighted Score3.160
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • GIVMEBEER 795 reviews
    rated 3.3 8 years ago

    Aroma: 5 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 6

    Clear copper colour with little head or lacing. Burnt caramel malt aroma. Not much honey or hops going on but it still has a decent taste. Smooth mouthfeel. Drop abv by 1% and put it in a can. Might sell better.

  • CHOPZ 6396 reviews
    rated 3.5 8 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 7

    Single bottle from the LCBO with a best before date of August 2014 cut-out from the label. Pours a real deep amber colour with a creamy beige head that seems small at first, but ends up staying a while and giving creamy-bubbly lacing. Some roasted malt aromas but lots of caramel come out eventually. Thankfully the taste is not really sweet as the honey is minimal. The hops are very mild for an IPA with just a little bitterness and dryness in the finish. Seems like the base malt is rye. Mouthfeel is on the creamy side. Drinkable, but not much of an IPA, nor a honey one. More like a decent ESB. One of the better Trafalgar though.

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