Camille's Golden IPA

Camille’s Golden IPA Review – Wolf Tree Brewery


032Camille’s Golden IPA is one of the main staple beers of Wolf Tree Brewery. Similar grains as the Spruce Tip Ale are used, but the Pilsen Malt gives it a gold color. A ton of top-tier Falconer’s Flight hops are incorporated, which are a pellet blend containing the Pacific Northwest’s most intriguing aroma hop varieties. Then Joe, “dry hops the shit out of it with Citra Hops giving it a damn good nose.” There’s a shock value of being over 100 IBU’s, (107 actually!) however, it doesn’t blow you away. You’ll be pleasantly surprised how delicious this is. Hops dominate most of the flavor, but it’s not a punch you in the face bitterness. It’s very drinkable and smooth and finishes nice. Tapped at the brewery, or select local watering holes it rivals any IPA out there. You’re not going to find many like it. I can honestly say it’s one of my favorites. 6/6 Bottle Caps. Well done!


  • bookmarked!!, I have intercourse your place!

    April 4, 2015 at 2:37 am
  • Eric, I enjoyed redaing your responses to beer brewing more than redaing a NY Times best seller funny and candid. I’ve always wanted to get into home brew, but being in the Air Force the past 26 years has made that difficult. Now I’m about to retire and will (hopefully) have time to focus on things I want to do. You helped move home brew waaaaay up the list. Thanks . . . Casey H

    May 26, 2015 at 3:39 am

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