Cervejaria Dogma | White Distortion

Cervejaria Dogma | White Distortion

White Distortion is an IPA that has 50% of its malt base composed by wheat malt. This, combines to two of our favorite hops, Citra and Galaxy, resulted in a fruity, resinous and citric IPA with a fuller body and light acidity that came from the wheat malt. (Source: Loosely translated from the brewery's social network.)

  • Beer: White Distortion
  • Style: White IPA (21B. Specialty IPA: White IPA)
  • ABV: 7%
  • IBU: N/A
  • Brewery:
  • Look: pale yellow color, semi-turbid, with a great white head formation that leaves marks on the glass.
  • Aroma: light fruitiness, reminding citric fruits, mainly lime and a little bit of tangerine. Light resinous notes are present in the background.
  • Taste: on its taste, the fruitiness is more present, reminding of lime and tangerine. Alcoholic notes are present, in a quite noticeable way. The bitterness if assertive, with a little bit of harsh. The bitterness lingers a lot after the end of the sip.
  • Mouthfeel: Medium body, medium-high carbonation and a dry and long finish.
  • Overall: Good White IPA, but not that great. The alcohol was present in a more intense way than what’s ideal, which disturbed the tasting process. Also, the bitterness had some harshness as well.
This beer review was made by somebody which is studying every day to be a better beer drinker but, despite that, isn't a specialist or a beer sommelier. In advance, pardon for any gaffe. If you have any corrections or suggestions, please mail me.