Evil Czech Czech-Munk IPA

I did not expect Evil Czech to be as good as they have been. These guys put out some good damn beer, and I'm going to stop making fun of their stupid, stupid name. I will admit to not liking the coffee-flavored white stout that I still don't understand how they got the color that way, but everything else has been very good.

The lovely copper-amber beer has a nice, sticky head that leaves lacing better than we deserve and an aroma of delightful floral hops and citrus. It's a little cloudy, and there are exceedingly few points of nucleation in the depths, so the visual of the beer is quite calm and relaxing, and I could do with that right about now.

First sip is a fairly rough malt/hops mix, but the bitterness that seems to be swelling at the front end just dies by the time the center of the drink is done. That's a lot to pick up out of the sip, but this is a beer that tells you what it's going to do, does it, and then tells you what it just did.

Tip-in is very light carbonation tingle with thick, sweet malt and light floral hops. The middle moves into a surprisingly smooth grain and gentle citrus river of goodness before the finish comes along with a bitter undercurrent, spices, and more citrus.

Bottom Line: Very good. I can't even call this evil anymore.

4.25/5

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