Review: Lawson’s Finest Liquids Little Sip IPA
Little Sip is, well, the “little” version of Vermont-based Lawson’s Finest Liquids Sip of Sunshine, a lower abv and crystal-clear beer that evokes freshness and fairly traditional IPA leanings, with a focus on mild grapefruit, orange peel, and hints of forest floor. Decidedly west coast in style — or at least, fairly far from the punchy haze of New England — it’s a more traditional, more austere, and less flavorful style of IPA than the bolder Sip of Sunshine. While I’d pick SoS over Little Sip any day, this baby cousin can certainly stand well enough on its own.
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