Goose Island IPA
Goose Island IPA has bright citrus aromas and a bold hop finish. The beer is comprised of 2-row, Bon, Munich, and C 20 malts with Pilgrim, Celeia, Cascade and Centennial hops. The ABV for Goose Island IPA is 5.9%.
Glass to Use:
IPA beers are best served in a 16oz. pint glass.
About the Brewery
In 1988, John Hall founded the Goose Island Brewery in Chicago, Illinois. Seven years later, they were forced to open a larger brewery and bottling plant in order to keep up with demand. In 2011, Anheuser-Busch acquired Goose Island, which has allowed them to expand both domestically and internationally.
The company continues to brew beer in Chicago, with brewpubs located in London, Seoul, Shanghai, Sao Paulo, Toronto, Philadelphia and of course Chicago.
Tobin’s Review 3.5 out of 5
Goose Island’s IPA has a slightly gold caramel hue with a frothy head. The beer has a light hoppy aroma with flavors of citrus and mild bitter hops. This is a very easy IPA to drink!
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