Review: New Belgium Accumulation White IPA (2016)
This combination of pale malt and wheat offers a a malty, bready attack that fades into a chewiness that loads up some crisp apple notes, chocolate, caramel, and a hint of pineapple. The body is moderate in weight and backed by ample hops character — finishing off with a bit of a lemon kick.
All told, it’s a nice way to give IPA a bit of a kick and a seasonal spin.
B+ / $7 per six-pack / newbelgium.com
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