Ollie’s Brewery Jackawawa Wai-Iti (5.4%)

This is a single hopped IPA using Wait-Iti and it’s rather tasty, with its fruity jelly sweets (and just a hint of Diacetyl).
The malting is soft toffee and shortcake biscuits, honey and Biscoffs, and those Wai-Iti hops give you lots of oranges and lemon zest, apricots and peaches.
The finish is fizzy sherbet sharp with a good steely herbal tinge.
All in all pretty good, but I’d like the brewery to pay some attention to their labels as the hand written information might look cool but it’s almost impossible to read when you’re trying to glean any information about the beer or the brewery.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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