Brewery Insights: Next Coast IPA seeks to balance light bitterness with gently sweet flavors to provide a long-lasting finish. Nugget, Citra, Mosaic, and Eureka hops are used in the brewing process.
Overall Score: 4.3
Next Coast is shockingly light in appearance for an IPA and has limited maltiness. The palate matches the terrible appearance, providing a boring experience. The mouthfeel is similar to water and the hops aren’t far off. The IBU and color are a dead giveaway. It looks and tastes more like a 4% beer than a 7%. IPA drinkers should seek bolder and hoppier options, or choose not to drink altogether. Your drunk friend who just finished a 2AM bar crawl will still call you on your bullshit if you hand them this beer. Buy something else at all costs and cheers Degenerates!
You can find Next Coast IPA on the following Degenerate listings:
- Chicago Beer Reviews
- Goose Island Beer Reviews
- IPA Reviews