Galaxy is brewed with Brett and aged in French oak wine barrels, so I've been letting it condition for several months. I haven't been a fan of white IPAs in the past, but this one was highly recommended.
|Availability:||Appears to be year-round. Please correct me if I'm wrong.|
|Serving Type:||750ml bottle, poured into a tulip glass|
|Color:||Pale straw gold|
|Carbonation:||Significant. Small, champagne-like bubbles|
|Head:||Very pillowy, egg white frothiness.|
|Lacing:||Thin, but sticky|
|Aromas:||Pine, lemon, yeasty bread.|
|Flavors:||Hops dominate, with a balance between pine and citrus. Lemon eventually gives way to a piney finish, but reappears in the aftertaste. Hint of coriander.|
|Feel:||Dry and bubbly|
Excellent. I had to thank the friend who suggested letting it age. I'm certain that letting the Brett work was a huge contributor to both the flavor and the feel.