Originally Posted by Brewsmith
I have some of both in my fridge. The buzzsaw is very "bready"
if I can use that word. It has a strong nutty toast flavor to it. The Inversion is a much better IPA than their Quail Springs, IMHO. It's very citrusy, grapefruit, as opposed to piney. Now I bought both in Southern CA, so you guys may have it much fresher than me. Someone else closer to the source please give some taste comments.
I concur with your "citrusy, grapefruit" flavor description for the Inversion IPA. I'm not very good with technical evaluations of flavor profiles so that's why I didn't include one in my original post.
I'm curious about what kind of hops they used. I think the label says "Northwest hops" and the website says "trio of American hops". Whatever they used, it's damn good.