Reviewed on 2019-03-29
By
Rating 91
Style Session IPA
Produced In San Diego, Calif.
United States
ABV 4.2%
Availability Year Round

Perfect For

Backyard BBQs, Boozy Beach Trips, Brunch Sipping, End of Day Sipping

Ballast Point Passing Haze Hazy IPA Review

Ballast Point may have hoped hazy IPAs were a passing craze, but Constellation Brands' brewery famous for its West Coast IPAs was finally convinced to changed its tune. Enter Passing Haze Hazy IPA, a session IPA that's pale gold, cloudy, and bursting with tropical fruit aromas. Tangerine, lemon peel, and grapefruit pith flavors combine on the palate in a soft, creamy texture. Ironically, Passing Haze is made with a lot more hops than Ballast Point's bold, bitter Sculpin, but this one drinks like a cloud.

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Ballast Point Passing Haze Hazy IPA
Ballast Point may have hoped hazy IPAs were a passing craze, but Constellation Brands' brewery famous for its West Coast IPAs was finally convinced to changed its tune. Enter Passing Haze Hazy IPA, a session IPA that's pale gold, cloudy, and bursting with tropical fruit aromas. Tangerine, lemon peel, and grapefruit pith flavors combine on the palate in a soft, creamy texture. Ironically, Passing Haze is made with a lot more hops than Ballast Point's bold, bitter Sculpin, but this one drinks like a cloud.

Reviewed On: 03-29-2019
91
POINTS
Ballast Point Passing Haze Hazy IPA
Ballast Point may have hoped hazy IPAs were a passing craze, but Constellation Brands' brewery famous for its West Coast IPAs was finally convinced to changed its tune. Enter Passing Haze Hazy IPA, a session IPA that's pale gold, cloudy, and bursting with tropical fruit aromas. Tangerine, lemon peel, and grapefruit pith flavors combine on the palate in a soft, creamy texture. Ironically, Passing Haze is made with a lot more hops than Ballast Point's bold, bitter Sculpin, but this one drinks like a cloud.

Reviewed On: 03-29-2019