Brew Review – Meeting’s Over by 26° Brewing

So there’s every other standard, normal 26° Brewing can, which has the logo and big happy graphics, and most importantly a pretty standard look throughout.

And then there’s Meeting’s Over (IPA, 9.5% ABV).

Not that you can see it from the photo, but it’s a pretty interesting, very different, comic strip-style of label. Very reminiscent of some of the comics that keep showing up on my social media feeds.

Heck, it even comes with graphs on the side. Not that they’re real graphs, but graphs nonetheless.

Long story short, business meetings are bad, beer is good. And is this beer good?

I could definitely say so (such a crap transition, sorry).

This is a double dry hopped IPA bomb. Not a juicy hazy, this one is more for the West Coasters that really want their pine resin flavors juicy and citrusy. You can smell it immediately once you pour that crystal clear golden liquid into a cup and get those big fragrances of grapefruit, orange, and tangerine flavors.

They come courtesy of a liberal double dry hopping of Simcoe and Mosaic, really lending itself on the side of citrus hops. There’s massive ruby red grapefruit, with a lot of pine resin, lemon, blood orange, and hint of papaya thrown in.

I can only imagine this business meeting was held at a fruit distributor, because those flavors are there and they are there in abundance.

Maybe you enjoy a business meeting once in a while; I, for one, would rather have a beer like this over a long boring graphfest any day.

Drink Florida Craft,


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