Beer Review 82 // Triverse IPA by Bellwoods

Got very lucky last weekend and went to Toronto for a few days. Part of this trip was actually a quick stop in at Bellwoods Brewery. So I picked up a few brews and went on my merry way so expect a few Bellwood reviews in the upcoming weeks as I work through my treasures. Up first is a nice little IPA called Triverse.


Name: Triverse IPA

Style: IPA

Brewery: Bellwoods

Country: Canada, Ontario. Toronto

ABV: 7.2%

Artwork: Unknown

Commercial Fluff: Our latest instalment in the 'verse' series, Triverse is an enigmatic and delicious IPA brewed with a pale and oat heavy malt bill, and an intergalactic blend of Sabro, Citra, and Mosaic hops.

Own Opinion

Label: Very bellwoods, looks a wallpaper design you would find in IKEA. I mean that in a great way, it's like European style artwork. Very quirky.

Pour: Fluffy pour, opaque bright yellow with a nice white fluffy head.

Aroma: Tropical fruit cocktail. Yummy is an understatement this smells so, so good. Lots of peachy fruit notes coming through. I can tell this will be fun to drink.

Taste: Smooth almost creamy mouthfeel, fruit notes of peach dominates whilst in the background Coconut plays out to cover the tongue. Pretty low on the bitterness, just a hugely drinkable brew.

Would I buy it again: Yes. Might be a while before they brew again but this was a tasty beer and lucky for me I grabbed a couple of cans.

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