Beer Review 94 // Happyness by Superflux

The last of my Superflux beers is now drunk. It is always fun trying new beers and this was no different. I won't waste any time so let us jump into the final beer!


Name: Happyness

Style: American IPA

Brewery: Superflux Brewery

Country: Canada. Vancouver, BC.

ABV: 7.5%

Commercial Fluff: Happyness is a forward-looking take on the classic West Coast IPA. Bright and crisp this beauty is loaded with Mosaic hops. Colourful notes of tropical fruit, pine sap and a medium body of slightly sweet malt.

Own Opinion

The Label: Love it! Bright colourful, full-on 70's disco style logo.

The Pour: A beautiful golden yellow with a good white head. A nice example of west coast IPA.

The Aroma: Smells great good notes of pine and more of orange citrus than the tropical as mentioned above.

The Taste: Now I'm getting the tropical notes, more of the passionfruit flavour in my mind, pairing beautifully with a little sweetness from the notes.

Would I buy it again: Yes. This is by far my favourite of the three brews. Considering the % on this, it is extremely easy to drink. I know for sure if I can get my hands on this again I will be getting a few for sure.

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