Suricato Ales | Coconuts

Suricato Ales | Coconuts

Hazy APA made with coconuts that were harvested by samoan virgins during the winter equinox, amidst the volcanic eruptions on the Pacific and the migration of vietnamese penguins towards the success. (Source: Loosely translated from the beer's label.)

  • Beer: Coconuts
  • Style: NE APA (29B. Fruit and Spice Beer - 18B. American Pale Ale with toasted coconut)
  • ABV: 5.0%
  • IBU: 40
  • Brewery:
  • Look: orange color, turbid, with a medium, medium-lasting white head formation.
  • Aroma: there’s a very strong presence of a mix of fruity, pineapple-like notes (more on the candy-like side than fruit-like) along with coconut iogurt notes.
  • Taste: its taste is more on the “normal” side, featuring a light yellow fruit presence, reminding of lemon, along with herbal notes and, at the end of the sip, a touch of coconut notes.
  • Mouthfeel: Medium body, medium-high carbonation and a dry and short finish.
  • Overall: Really unusual, but good NE APA. On the first sips the coconut seemed to clash with the other flavors, but as you keep on drinking the combination makes more and more sense.
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.