Beer Review 35 // Zodiak Omnipollo

Welcome to an exciting Beer Review. I was visiting my local LCBO over the summer and noticed a very familiar looking can. As I excitedly ran at it, my hopes were confirmed. Omnipollo has reached Ontario!

So I scooped up six cans and quickly drank them all. Luckily I remembered to take some pictures so here is the review!


Name: Zodiak
Style: IPA (India Pale Ale)
Brewery: Omnipollo
Country: Designed in Sweden, brewed in Toronto, Canada.
Price: $3.69 CAD - 473ml Can
ABV: 6.2%

Commercial Fluff:

"Our house IPA. A blend of grains, untouched post fermentation and aspiringly hopped with Simcoe, Citra and Centennial."-Henok

Own Opinion

Sight: Pours a wonderfully murky golden yellow, with a good strong white head. Looks great and delicious.

Aroma: Quite a fruity smelling beer with some big hitting aromas of pineapple, passionfruit and peach. Mouth is watering just getting ready to try this beer.

Taste: Hops break through filling your mouth with tropical fruit flavours before departing leaving a good bitterness on the tongue. I found it to be a little sweet as well. Extremely morish.

Would I buy it again? Yes. Yes. Yes.

Once again Omnipollo have proven their skill in making pale ales. This beer is very well rounded out by the choice of hops. The aroma is amazingly sweet and juicy and the taste is like a fruit pastels. So overall a pretty great bloody beer again. Compared to the other beers they produce the packaging is not my favourite, but that is being really picky about this stuff. I look forward to trying to get some more in the near future. Hopefully it is sign that more Omnipollo beers are heading this way. Fingers Crossed!

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