Reviewed on 12-27-2020
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Rating 91
Style IPA
Produced In Darien, Ill.
United States
ABV 7.5%
Availability Limited

Perfect For

Backyard BBQs, Brunch Sipping, Pizza Night

Hop Butcher for the World Neon Green Relish Review

Citra and Sabro means huge juicy fruit notes are ready to party on your palate — but not before bewildering you with flashing colors and a cloud of perfume: Pungent aromas of overripe, almost rotting fruit (one taster repeatedly got pickles, too). I think it tastes like a strawberry banana orange smoothie with ginger and something green — is it pickles? — no, something zesty and herbal but more citric, like a G&T with bergamot and lime. Then, thickly smooth fruit turns dank as a wheel of brie, before going back to fruit, and finally rolling together into a fruity, dank danish. It’s exactly this bewildering, beguiling character that has hop-obsessed beer drinkers hooked on Hop Butcher who is cutting it up on the brewery floor right now.

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Hop Butcher for the World Neon Green Relish
Citra and Sabro means huge juicy fruit notes are ready to party on your palate — but not before bewildering you with flashing colors and a cloud of perfume: Pungent aromas of overripe, almost rotting fruit (one taster repeatedly got pickles, too). I think it tastes like a strawberry banana orange smoothie with ginger and something green — is it pickles? — no, something zesty and herbal but more citric, like a G&T with bergamot and lime. Then, thickly smooth fruit turns dank as a wheel of brie, before going back to fruit, and finally rolling together into a fruity, dank danish. It’s exactly this bewildering, beguiling character that has hop-obsessed beer drinkers hooked on Hop Butcher who is cutting it up on the brewery floor right now.

Reviewed On: 12-27-2020
91
POINTS
Hop Butcher for the World Neon Green Relish
Citra and Sabro means huge juicy fruit notes are ready to party on your palate — but not before bewildering you with flashing colors and a cloud of perfume: Pungent aromas of overripe, almost rotting fruit (one taster repeatedly got pickles, too). I think it tastes like a strawberry banana orange smoothie with ginger and something green — is it pickles? — no, something zesty and herbal but more citric, like a G&T with bergamot and lime. Then, thickly smooth fruit turns dank as a wheel of brie, before going back to fruit, and finally rolling together into a fruity, dank danish. It’s exactly this bewildering, beguiling character that has hop-obsessed beer drinkers hooked on Hop Butcher who is cutting it up on the brewery floor right now.

Reviewed On: 12-27-2020