Voodoo Ranger Juicy Haze IPA


The Voodoo Ranger Juicy Haze IPA testifies to New Belgium’s capability to elevate a classic beer with even extra citrus flavors and a pleasantly smooth finish. Packed with tropical aromas, this beer attributes an opaque, golden colour and a medium physique, and it tastes a small sweet initially, becoming smoothly bitter at the finish. The 7.five % IBU is respectable, albeit a small robust. To keep away from most of the bitterness, I advise drinking it cold as the hop bitterness increases as the temperature increases.

The beer blogs are overflowing with robust opinions about what tends to make an IPA a hazy IPA. In a hazy IPA, hops are only added late in the boil and once more unusually early for the duration of fermentation, when the beer is nevertheless churning. Hops interact with yeast in a way that withdraws maximum fruity-citrus character. It also benefits in—you guessed it—haze. The beer is then dry hopped once more at the finish of fermentation. For this certain beer, New Belgium utilizes Citra, Cascade, Centennial, Simcoe, and Nugget hops.

Photo by Jon Jonckers

This is a single of eight types of Voodoo Ranger in the New Belgium portfolio, and I assume it may well be their very best. The Juicy Haze IPA comes from a 100 % employee-owned brewery, and the Voodoo Ranger mascot is a quite entertaining character in their social media platforms. Admittedly, New Belgium Brewing’s most popular beer is the Fat Tire Amber Ale, but they’re also recognized as a single of Outdoors Magazine’s Ideal Areas to Operate, a single of the Wall Street Journal’s Ideal Compact Companies, and tops the list of Bicycling Magazine’s Ideal Businesses for Cyclists.

So, subsequent time you are in the beer aisle, and you are seeking for a standout IPA, you must unquestionably attempt the Voodoo Ranger Juicy Haze IPA. 


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