Mother Earth’s IPA is really rather good.
It leaps out of its can a bright gold with a little fuzzy head and smells fresh and peachy, of peaches and redwood in fact.
There’s a candy apple and cream cracker malt, burned cane sugar at the edges and lots of sticky honey.
It’s gloopy and chewy and full of fun.
Then there are lots and lots of hops, a fruit cocktail full in fact, lychee and apricot, mango, mandarin and lime, and all wrapped up in a sherbet coated fresh green herbal jacket.
All this ends with a sharp bitter finish that’s softened by sticky pine resin at the edges.
Source: Duncan Murray Wines