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Blind Faith


Magic Hat’s hazy IPA glows a copper hue with a short-lived white head spread across the top. The soft caramel aroma’s nearly hidden behind overt hoppy scents: grassy and spicy, the herb lends earthiness to the quietly sweet-scented beer. Tip the beer back for a mouthful of biscuity malts, followed by a wave of grassy, spicy hops that overtake the malts in the middle. As bitterness bellows in the back of the throat, this brew wraps up with lingering grassy notes on the tongue. Overall, this beer’s simple but still enjoyable.


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