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Lawson’s Finest Liquid Double Sunshine IPA

Lawsons Double8% ABV. Double IPA from Lawsons Finest Liquids in Warren, Vermont. I have been intrigued to try something from Lawsons as I keep hearing good things about that shop in Vermont which is home to my other favorite breweries such as Hill Farmstead and Alchemist. I understand Lawson’s is a very small shop and only retails in select local beer stores, so this one was tough to come by! This beer pours hazy orange with a beautiful thick white head that dissipates into thin lacing that lasts very well throughout. Aromas of sweet floral citrus, pineapple, and herbal hops. Sweet floral-like malts come out very well in the flavor along with some mango and pineapple. There is some dryness and delicious hop bitterness in the finish. A very pleasant DIPA and an excellent example for the style! Glad to have tried this one out and want to try more if I can get my hands on some again.
theBeerAuthority: A-

One comment on “Lawson’s Finest Liquid Double Sunshine IPA

  1. David
    June 5, 2013

    That review just made me thirsty for some. I love pineapple, but some of the pineapple flavor beers I tried were way over powering for my taste. Great review!


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