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  1. Donald Wayne Jarman
    April 29, 2021 @ 3:37 am

    I am a writer. I read Sage plays and screenplays and some television. I am very big on titles. This beer is called “hazy little thing”. I am completely confused as to why, if you made yourself familiar with the title of the beer, you’re expecting anything but this beer. The title clearly states. It is an answer do the unfiltered New England style IPA. Sierra Nevada’s answer. A little bit of a hazy IPA. Still confused why you didn’t get the title. All the best.


  2. Burt
    September 1, 2020 @ 1:01 pm

    WHO FUCKING CARES, YOG? It’s not coconut nor star anise nor, peppermint, nor spicy Belgian bubbleberry fartisan. IT’S BEER. The draw is the buzz. Everything else is superficial taint tickling. Not that taint tickling is a bad thing, but come on. Coconut? Lol. And then what happened? “star anise”. And then what happened? “peppermint”. And then what happened? “spicy Belgian yeast”. Did you catch a buzz? “yes”. There you go.


  3. Berky
    April 12, 2020 @ 11:30 am

    This is my favorite Hazy IPA. I love the citrus taste and it is very hazy.
    If you are expecting it to look like a wheat beer, don’t.


  4. Bobby
    August 8, 2019 @ 2:46 pm

    BrewDog seems to have pulled it off with Hazy Jane.


  5. Raoul Duke
    July 9, 2018 @ 6:36 pm

    I viewed this as a nice approximation of the NE IPA style that could be bought off of the shelf. It’s definitely not going to compare to a fresh pour from the brewery. I liked that it was very drinkable, balanced, and was easily available.

    I agree, it may be something with the style that makes it hard to mass produce. Hazy is a way to fulfill the craving if you can’t get the real thing. Style aside, it’s a pleasing IPA that doesn’t feel like 6.7%.


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