Brewed by Trouble Brewing
Kill, Co. Kildare, Ireland
Founded in 2010 in Kill, a small town in Kildare. Trouble Brewing have introduced some new and exciting craft brews into the Irish market and beyond.
Trouble Brewing produce several different craft beers, such as Deception Golden Ale, Dark Arts Porter, Sabotage India Pale Ale, Graffiti Pale Ale and Remix India Pale Lager.
Review: 500ml bottle of Trouble Brewing Graffiti: 3.6% vol.
Can be found on tap at certain selected places around the country but I got it in the bottle from Lidl, the German supermarket discount chain.
Loving the logo on the brown bottle, nice and colourful, a funky look that definitely stands out.
On pour getting a lot of carbonation flowing about yet results in a quite small flat looking head when it all settles. Colour is golden. Some lacing.
Overall look is ok…….
The smell, on the other hand, is very pleasant. Typical IPA aroma, light but am getting the hops, the fruits and citrus………
Getting the hops a lot on the taste buds, all very manageable though, very easy to drink and appreciate.
Has all the typical IPA style characteristics checked and mastered. Citrus and tropical fruits, caramel and sweet malts all easy to find.
It is ok, nothing amazing, and pretty average for the style.
Might be a little off taste, I got from the second bottle.
Strong in the taste which is a surprise since it has a low ABV, hops (amarillo) come to the fore in this beer, and all very manageable.
Sessionable and not bad, but I dont think I’d go for it again.