Got home from a local bar today. Ordered an American Brewing 'Breakaway IPA'.
It had the distinctive "swirling" of a draught Guinness and was 1/3 head. Waitress told me it's dispensed with nitro...WTF.
Am I just uneducated? I have NEVER heard of an IPA served/dispensed like this. Someone clarify this for me. Whether I'm right or wrong...I need to know!!
It still had a hop presence, for sure, but it tasted really creamy...if that makes sense. I was not a fan at all.
To me, an IPA should be fairly dry. This one, because of the perceived creaminess, had the wrong mouthfeel. To me, anyway.