610. Trillium Brewing Fort Point Pale Ale

Trillium Fort PointI love hoppy pale ales and there are many more choices now with Hill Farmstead Edward, Maine Beer Mo being a couple of my favorites. With Trillium’s Fort Point I can add a third to this list.

Fort Point pours an unfiltered but bright orange with a thick head. Nothing but hops in the aroma; loads of citrus and some pineapple. Taste adds a bit of pine and grass but is still dominated by the citrus hops. Almost no bitterness to be found in the finish. This is a very drinkable pale ale with plenty of hop goodness to keep hop heads happy. 
Pros:
Smooth and easy to drink
Cons: 
Alcohol Content: 6.6% ABV
Calories: ???
IBU (Bitterness): ??
Rating: 
Brewers Website: Trillium
Brewers Description: Layers of hops-derived aromas and flavors of citrus zest and tropical fruit rest on a pleasing malt backbone in our Fort Point Pale Ale. Dangerously drinkable with a dry finish and soft mouthfeel from wheat. Our year round hoppy pale ale culminates in a restrained bitterness and dry finish.

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