768. Garrison City Beerworks Illusion

Garrison City Beerworks IllusionAs I finish up this review I am realizing it has been over a month since my last trip to Garrison City Beerworks. Going to have to remedy that soon as all of their beers have been excellent. I think my favorites are still Mosaic and Citra but the bottom line is I have enjoyed them all.

Illusion is the second single IPA I have reviewed and it uses a nice blend of C hops with some Mosaic. Appearance is a nice orange color with a solid white head, similar to the other beers from them. Aroma is a nice mix of citrus, tropical and a bit earthy. Taste follows with a little onion in there too. A mild bitter finish leaves you wanting more.

As the beer warms up the malts start to come through a lot more. Probably only noticeable since it is a 32 ounce crowler, had it been a 12 ounce, 16 ounce or even 22 ounce bomber I would have finished the beer before a noticeable change in temp but with 32 ounces it can take a while. Overall another really nice beer from Garrison City Beerworks and if you have not been in to see them yet make the trip to Dover, NH soon.
Pros: Flavorful, easy to drink
Alcohol Content: 7.2% ABV
IBU (Bitterness): ??
Brewers Website: Garrison City Beerworks
Brewers Description: A medium bodied, hoppy beer with complex layered, citrus, tropical fruit, and pine hop flavor and aroma. Dry hopped with Chinook, Columbus, Citra, and Mosaic.

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