This week's Sunday Night Suds looks at Saranac's Every Day IPA.
The Every Day IPA is another of the new beers which was introduced by the FX Matt Brewery in 2014. The label of this beer bills itself as a "triumphant trio of west coast style hops make for a supremely balanced go to beer."
The beer is certainly balanced, but the resulting beer is more "hohum" every day then a beer that I would want to drink any day of the week. The beer poured a light orange with some lacing. There was some hoppiness in the initial sip, but little flavor development in the successive sips. I was hoping for some pine or grapefruit/citrus, but neither were prominent. Instead, the beer is a less than average IPA which "pales" in comparison to the bolder ales produced by Saranac (i.e. Pale Ale).
Saranac Every Day IPA is under the Kosher Supervision of the Va'ad of Detroit as is every other beer produced at the Matt Brewery plant in Utica, NY. Keep in mind, Saranac brews some of its High Peaks series off site and these bottles do not have kosher certification from the Va'ad of Detroit.
To see what the experts on Beer Advocate think about the Every Day IPA, please follow this link www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/99/126403.
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