Review: East Brother Double IPA

Review: East Brother Double IPA

East Brother’s latest is a big fat double IPA, clocking in at 8% alcohol and loaded with Simcoe and Azaaca hops. It’s hugely creamy but surprisingly a little bit sour, a mango-laced body countered by notes of grapefruit peel, piney hops, and a touch of white wine vinegar. Some baking spice  gives the finish a lift, but there’s a whiff of a sour milk note throughout that ultimately put me off a bit.

8.8% abv.

B / $12 per 4-pack of 16 oz cans /

East Brother Double IPA




Christopher Null is the founder and editor in chief of Drinkhacker. A veteran writer and journalist, he also operates Null Media, a bespoke content creation company.

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