Tangier

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Type: American IPA
  • Brewed by: Southern Tier Brewing Company
  • Availability: Late Spring/Summer / 12oz (6pk
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  • Aroma: Hoppy
  • Aroma Description: Citrus - Grapefruit / Orange
  • Serve at Temperature: Cold
  • Container: Shaker Pints and Tumblers
  • Website: http://www.stbcbeer.com/
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  • 04.60% 
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Where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean is the ancient city of Tangier. This confluence has made Tangier a cultural waypoint for millenia. From Greek heroes to Cold War spies and uprisings, Tangier has inspired thousands of legendary stories. It is written that before his battle with the giant Antaeus, Hercules rested in a nearby cave. But where myths end, our tale begins. Tangier is brewed as a Session India Pale Ale with spicy citrus aromas and stone fruit flavors. These flavors, with the addition of lightly roasted malts and brilliant hop bitterness, make Tangier a beverage as refreshing as it is exotic. The approachable 4.6% abv yields more time to enjoy the synergy between the tangerine peel and spicy, citrusy, Azacca hops. Enjoy Tangier in celebration of your epic adventure.


FOOD PAIRINGS: Soft cheeses & mild cheddar, burgers & grilled foods, spicy dishes. With dessert: shortbread, cakes and fruit tarts

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  • Jul 1, 2015
    malvrich (96)Rank: Beer Novice
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    12 oz. bottle - pint glass. Best by 10/22/2015
    A :Pours a short loose head atop a rich brassy color.. Hazy with fine visible sediment. Little to no visible carbonation.
    S: Pine is the first note detected in the smell with a faint orange hint as well. Light but nice scent.
    T: Definitely piney but with a noticeable tart orange flavor to offset. Pretty nice overall even without much of a malt flavor. Some resin on the mouth.
    M: Light but not watery with a bit of a rough oiliness and slightly more carbonation than is visible.
    O: I was quite pleased overall. Good mouthfeel to top off a good (not great) tasting, good smelling session ale. Pretty good take on the session ale style. Worth an occasional purchase although at $10/6 not exactly cheap.