The one main differentiation of the Collective Arts beers is the way they pair them with art. It’s always a treat to browse the LCBO shelves and check out all the new art on Collective Arts bottles. I’m certainly a fan.
One of their newer entries is Ransack the Universe, a wonderfully named IPA that focuses on Galaxy hops (though others are involved.)
You can purchase a can at the LCBO for $3.25. It sits at 6.8% ABV.
Appearance: Orange and cloudy. Thick white head. Orange cream-sickle.
Aroma: Tangerine and mango. A bit of naval orange.
Taste: Less fruity with a bit of pine. Some apple skin.
Aftertaste: left with that apple skin and a tiny hint of smoke. Short.
Overall: A unique effort by Collective Arts. Nothing mind blowing but I certainly enjoyed it.
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