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  • Conshy Type A

    —by Adam Brothers

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    —by Russel Miller

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    —by dave okawa

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    —by Chuck DiValerio

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    —by Jim Henry

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    Nice, kind of bitter, bitter can be good—by Scott the Elder

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    Citra is a tricky hop. In this case, I think it was used a bit heavy-handedly and ends up tasting a little like cat pee. The beer starts out on the overly-bitter side, but mellows out as your tastebuds get used to it. —by SThomas

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    —by Andrew Blonski

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    —by Andrew Blonski

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    —by Michael Lee

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    —by Brian Lee

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    Nice IPA. Great post yard work brew. Tasted even better out of my national championship glass. Suck it Bama.—by Grant Gaillard

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    Nice IPA. Great post yard work brew. Tasted even better out of my national championship glass. Suck it Bama.—by Grant Gaillard

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    —by Mark Cassidy

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    —by John Remington

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    Nice IPA from Conshohocken for sure. Smooth and balanced. Not quite Vermont but good progress from the local guys!—by Mike Harris

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    —by Brian Joslin

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    Really good. Superb and sets itself apart from tradition IPAs. Happy to be forced/introduced to these guys—by Joseph Sipala

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    Smooth but a little bitter at the end—by Peter Derby

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  • Conshy Type A

    I'm a known procrastinator so I'm keeping with tradition and starting my FOB reviews a week or so late....as usual. The first thing I like about Conshy Type A is the manly serving size: 16 oz. Deep down inside, even when it IS a high ABV beer, don't you feel a little disappointed by these 8 and 10 oz pours at craft beer bars? I sure do. I'm not a big citrus IPA fan but the citrousity of Type A is just enough below the citrus threshold for it to be drinkable IMHO. I'd prefer more of the Simcoe than the Citra though and it's a tad watery. MUCH more East Coast than West Coast IPA. Like....the East Coast of the Schuykill River. I wouldn't rush back for more except it IS one of our own. But Conshy turns out enough other beers to try. Rating: 5.5—by Michael Gates

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    Uh oh, seems like a large can to drink right before going to bed. Bitter but not much else. Kind of like a pale version of BBVD. Liked the Bellcracker better.—by Alexander Muller

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    This beer is a lot like me. Not just because it's type a. But because it also starts off making a great impression, but the more time you spend with it, the more your realize it's average. Great nose and taste. The consistency was odd. And could use some more carbonation. Good. Not great. —by Steve Merino

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    Decent pint to start off yesterday's Superbowl festivities—by Jen Northcott

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    —by richard walsh

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    The 'A' in Type A must stand for 'Average IPA' Disappointed.—by george kodis

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    I had this one while watching my New England Patriots during the second half of the Super Bowl. So we know this one works.—by Jay Hannon

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    Solid beer. Glad to have this one in our backyard—by Andrew Knasiak

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    Welcome Back FOB! Photo courtesy of Henry Lauer. Could not contain the excitement when I picked up my case from Brian on Saturday, February 4th. We drank together. First the Conshy Type A, a sweet IPA, very drinkable and smooth. Then Lauer shared on of his extra Heady Toppers with (cellar temperature but oh so sweet.) Then I had a Guinness and we shared sushi. Those were the last three beers I had until right now. See Brian added a little pint called the flu in my case of 24. As the hare said to the tortoise..."Time to catch up Mother Fucker."—by Matthew Scullin

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  • Conshy Type A

    It'll get you drunk!—by Drew Silow

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    A simple, bitter IPA, but not much else. Not much malt balance or interesting flavors from the hops.—by Turner Boone

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    Pretty good IPA with just a bit too much hops for me. My other score for this was wrong.—by Gina Nixon

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    Everyone seems to love this but it's not all that for me.—by Gina Nixon

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    Initial bouquet of celery. After 30 minutes, ripe celery. But after 30 min it tasted like an IPA.—by Michael Feinberg

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    This beer makes up for the Conshocken Curve at rush hour, the parking lot at the Wawa off rt 23, and the pile of sadness that is the Conshy Ballet. Great, dank IPA that is way better out of the can than in the glass. If the hills on Butler Pike were steeper and people confused them with Vermont, people would be fighting for this beer. —by Brendan Quinn

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    A great west coast style IPA from a Philly favorite. —by Nick Del Grande

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    Type A... more like Type A+! Took me a while to finally start posting reviews as after I had this I had to hunt down a case, and only drink this beer for weeks on end... Hope my employer doesn't mind I haven't been there in weeks...—by Ken Buonocore

    10.0

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    Wholly Crap! I usually don't like much from Conshy, maybe I'm really drunk in the afternoon...but they knocked this one out of the park....—by Jamie Meade

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    —by Tim Hoyle

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    Love the can, and I'm proud this beer is from PA and local. Nice work Conshy! 7% ABV is just right and didn't garner any criticism from my wife where I'd have to throw the can away immediately after pouring.—by Andrew Garrity

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  • Conshy Type A

    To my friend Chris Dietrich. About the only thing that gets me a little excited is when I hear that one of our IPAs is not fresh. The pain that goes into just that one thing for FOB is beyond what you might imagine someone would do to help get 216 people fresh beer. I can tell you with 100% certainly that your Heady Topper was canned less than 3 weeks ago and is by all standards...Fresh. It's so fresh that Kool and the Gang and Dougie Fresh would agree its fresh. I can only assume that your can came from Mike Kinsley's stash—by Phil Aiken

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    Great finish to Week 1. Those boys at Conshohocken are consistently nailing the beer styles. This is their west coast style IPA and it is spot on. Watch out Vermont, Conshy is right on your tail.—by Andy Rosen

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    Great finish to Week 1. Those boys at Conshohocken are consistently nailing the beer styles. This is their west coast style IPA and it is spot on. Watch out Vermont, Conshy is right on your tail.—by Andy Rosen

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    This was my first beer after a 14 hour day making hoagies on Super Bowl Sunday. At that moment, it was the most perfect beer of all time. —by Patrick Walsh

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  • Conshy Type A

    For as bad as this was, it also tastes watered down. I really like IPAs, but this was just bad, not balanced. I think I'd rather drink Schuylkill River water.—by Philip Coachman

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  • Conshy Type A

    Huge IPA guy and I love this beer but I think its an everyday beer. A 7.0 IPA in my book is better than every IPA except 30% of them which is phenomenal. Just not King of FOB worthy. The hop component of taste rings strong but even trying the half can half glass I wasn't super impressed with the complexity of the taste. Very front heavy on the hopps and not a lot of malt and complexity. —by Casey Sheck

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    Good - hoppy and refreshing. Love the smell. Would have loved this ten years ago but doesn't stack up to some of my favorites now—by Joe Milicia

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    This was excellent. Glen should be proud.—by Joseph Plunkett

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    Solid—by Craig D'anjolell

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  • Conshy Type A

    Lest you think this is a gratuitous picture of my bike (well, one of my bikes), here are the connections: there's a bike on the Conshy logo, the brewery is on a bike path, this bike has been to that brewery, there's water near the brewery, there's water (Lake Michigan) in the background of this picture, there's drinking at the brewery, this picture is at a vineyard where drinking also happens. Ride your bike, drink your beer, life is good. Oh, and Type A is a solid citizen in IPA nation. And isn't that bike a beauty to behold?—by Tom Peacock

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  • Conshy Type A

    Lest you think this is a gratuitous picture of my bike (well, one of my bikes), here are the connections: there's a bike on the Conshy logo, the brewery is on a bike path, this bike has been to that brewery, there's water near the brewery, there's water (Lake Michigan) in the background of this picture, there's drinking at the brewery, this picture is at a vineyard where drinking also happens. Ride your bike, drink your beer, life is good. Oh, and Type A is a solid citizen in IPA nation. And isn't that bike a beauty to behold?—by Tom Peacock

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    regular IPA, not bad—by Kimberly Nyszczota

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  • Conshy Type A

    Conshy was like having 2 different beers. Split it with my brother, but left half in the can (per our esteemed leader, WE WHO ARE TO DRINK TODAY, SALUTE YOU!). Smell had a lighter, citric quality, wasn't exactly what i was expecting, but finished nicely...the 2nd half from the can was much more enjoyable...lesson learned: don't get cosmopolitan when imbibing—by Brendan Benner

    9.0

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    Great pour - aroma gets you ready for solid IPA - hops get rolling in your mouth and prepare you for a hopslam - but Conshy does not finish with Stone IPA strength - ends with a watery wisp - would buy a six pack for sure - but not a case -—by Jimmy Miks

    7.0

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    First time drinking a conshy beer and it was quite good! The hops were very very strong more then what I'm use to in a pale ale but enjoyable! —by Peter Baylor

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  • Conshy Type A

    Love this IPA, thus why it's in FOB. Makes me happy every time I drink it. Almost as happy as getting to watch the opening of the Dukes of Hazard and they land that jump every time. Now that I'm older I can see that bootlegging moonshine is illegal and the Duke boys were wrong. Still, why didn't Roscoe and Cleatus just go to their house to arrest them instead of chasing them all over hazard? I'll have another Type A and ponder this more tonight. —by Phil Aiken

    8.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    Love this IPA, thus why it's in FOB. Makes me happy every time I drink it. Almost as happy as getting to watch the opening of the Dukes of Hazard and they land that jump every time. Now that I'm older I can see that bootlegging moonshine is illegal and the Duke boys were wrong. Still, why didn't Roscoe and Cleatus just go to their house to arrest them instead of chasing them all over hazard? I'll have another Type A and ponder this more tonight. —by Phil Aiken

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    Hell yea! This beer is great. I respect the hell out of Conshohocken. Before this, my most significant memory was being 6 and getting caught stealing gold coins-stuffed with chocolate at Edwards Freemans. Good color, good taste, would recommend. A-—by Daniel Shuptar

    9.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    crisp and refreshing! —by Kelli Amerine

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  • Conshy Type A

    Hmm how to say this delicately-- I suspect that the Type A nomenclature arose when Conshy Brewer #1 one took a big whiff of his new IPA, looked at Conshy Brewer #2 and gagged out, "that smells like @$$!"—by Scott Firment

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    Not sure if this water came out of the Schuylkill, but pretty damn good. Cheers to Phil and the rest of the FOB crew, going to miss this next year!—by Bill Amerine

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    Hmm how to say this delicately-- I suspect that the Type A nomenclature arose when Conshy Brewer #1 one took a big whiff of his new IPA, looked at Conshy Brewer #2 and gagged out, "that smells like @$$!"—by Scott Firment

    6.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    This experience was like biting into a refreshing piece of citrus fruit on a hot summer day. I found this very satisfying. Note that I rated THIS beer that I am drinking, on ITS merit, NOT by the expectation of other beers in this case.—by Thomas Tompkins

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    —by Edward Sinkinson

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    Local boy done good. But just good. Definitely love the grapefruit/citrus and I always appreciate a good pounder but there could have been more here. I felt like it was good up front and then a bit of a dud to finish. Lizzy agrees.—by Michael Patterson

    7.0

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    I ask my household to step up and help out. Only one did. Thank you type a. Thought this was a good, easy drinking beer. —by Goose

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    Conshy Type A just didn't do much for me. Except make me want to drink a beer that I knew I'd enjoy more. I do think it's appropriately named, though...because I find that type A personalities can be useful, but also a little irritating. Kind of ironic, given the piney/skunky weed aroma that wafted up to my nostrils and triggered a pavlovian response when I cracked it open. I've Never been to the brewery but I'll try it again on draft there if I ever make it in. Won't be buying otherwise. Next.—by Spencer

    6.0

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    It's very smooth and drinkable, but something about the after taste is off a little bit.—by Brian McHugh

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    It's very smooth and drinkable, but something about the after taste is off a little bit.—by Brian McHugh

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    —by Steve DiBlasi

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    Like the hops. Great can Reminds me of JADE IPA. Would like to try the two side by side—by Ed Collison

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    Odd smell. Taste average. Not unpleasant, but won't be seeking out another. Unless it is free. Then I will have 2.—by Jim Rau

    5.0

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    my favorite of the week! Crisp, clean and hoppy.—by Kelly O'Brien

    9.0

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    I love beer in cans. I don't love plastic wrap on cans. Why wrap a can that may be recycled with a plastic that may not? Like putting plastic packaging around a banana. Score of 0 for packaging. Can aside... the score is for the beer. Not generally a big fan of conshy brew but this one appeals to me and is very drinkable, though not inspiring. Some tough competition in the box for this local guy.—by Brooke Penders

    7.0

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    Surprised me - a little bitter on the back end, but overall decent. Pounder doesn't hurt either.—by PJ Andersen

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    Looking forward to the case this year. Thanks Phil and everyone else that makes it possible.—by Jerome Palmieri

    5.5

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    Kind of a standard west coast style IPA. I'd buy it again.—by Doug Fischer

    7.0

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    Everyone else thought this smelled like weed right? —by stephen werner

    7.5

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    Not bad at all, but nothing outstanding. A pretty standard IPA that I would definitely drink again.—by Jeff Dische

    6.0

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    16oz pounders are in, 12oz are out. Poured into a rad IPA glass, golden colored, beautiful white foamy head. Lots of citrus and pine hop flavor (which I love), but not as bitter as I had expected. Light to medium bodied, not as dry as I assumed, but I'm not a dry finish fan anyways. My first beer from this brewery and I'd love to pay them a visit. Leaves a nice lacing on my glass too... Is it snowing yet?—by Matt Zehnder

    7.5

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    Probably my favorite of the Conshy beers but a run of the mill IPA in the grand scheme of things.—by Dan Keane

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    The maker of great, obscure beers (who remembers Conshy Doll's Eye beer? Creepy!!! It's like they stuck a piece of the bride of Chucky in there and called it what is was!) finally makes a good IPA. Huzzah!!! —by Anthony Ciavarelli

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    Jeez,I have a low score compared to others, it is making me think I had something wrong with my can. Granted I drank this after one of the killer Vermont beers, but still. I didn't get much of any smell and not much flavor either. After seeing everyone else's rave reviews, I wish I had one of their cans instead! No Respect! I'll have to give another one a shot to test my theory. Oh well, I gave an extra point for the cool can art.—by Pat Cook, RM#7

    4.0

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    This ranking is completely unbiased. Who am I joking..... Given my allegiance to Conshy and, for what I feel is one of our best beers, 9 times 9 all the time (would have been a 10, but I didn't want to be that biased).—by Shane Hostetter

    9.0

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    First conshy beer I've had. Def above average. Wish this place was there back when I lived there years ago —by Tom Walton

    7.0

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    Smells and tastes like delicious, nutritious pine tree.—by Jason Tremblay

    9.0

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    —by Chuck DiValerio

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    Citrus goodness fizz, Though not my type, I respect The fruity lift off.—by Holly Hoffmann

    8.0

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    aroma better than the taste starts, trat n bitter upfront (yum), slightly harsh middle but no end—by Chris Campbell

    7.5

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    —by Andrew Polvino

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    —by Ryan Ruiz

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    —by Mick Elliott

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    Definitely need to be modest with scoring this IPA due to the others in the case. Not as much aroma as I'd expect of a great IPA. Decent citrus taste. Not a huge fan of pilsner malts or west coast style IPA. All being said, a step in the right direction for conshq; keep on em Mike....—by Bill DeJesus

    6.5

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    I sy hey! Wht's not to like bout this IP? It's very drinkble, crushble, quffble, slmmble, or whtever you wnt to sy bout brew tht goes down this esy. From the dnk rom to the lcing on the glss, to gret blnce of mlt nd hops, it's n extremely plesnt libtion from strt to finish. Now if I could just TYPE A. —by Dave "SD" Cook

    7.0

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    I sy hey! Wht's not to like bout this IP? It's very drinkble, crushble, quffble, slmmble, or whtever you wnt to sy bout brew tht goes down this esy. From the dnk rom to the lcing on the glss, to gret blnce of mlt nd hops, it's n extremely plesnt libtion from strt to finish. Now if I could just TYPE A. —by Dave "SD" Cook

    7.0

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    Excellent IPA. —by Bill Neurohr

    9.0

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    True to form. Solid hops and a nice buttery smoothness. A very well-balanced IPA. Looking forward to buying this by the case (or sixtel!).—by Bill Neurohr

    8.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    Realizing I should've rated the Sunday Morning Stout higher. Either way, this beer started off with a metal taste (not surprising) which eventually died off after the 7.0% ABV kicked in. Then it was a nice IPA—by Neil Yersak

    6.0

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    Did my last review come across angry? Sorry that was the Conshy talking. Quite a tasty beverage. Nice floral notes followed by a pleasing citrus bite. Good ABV and readily accessible here in our home state of Pennsylvania. Have enjoyed this liquid pleasantness many times over and will continue into the future. Thank you for your time. Namaste. Bitches —by Shawn Bell

    7.5

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    My first at bat of the year, and what a way to shake off the cobwebs. Bam! I really like this one. OK, I love IPAs, and doubles even more. The type A has that piney goodness, but it still crisp, and not too heavy. I definitely see myself buying this.—by Tomas Yanez

    8.0

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    Conshy brewing, how I've tried to embrace you since the day you opened your doors along the trail, about a fairway wood away from my former office. The spotlight is now on Bridgeport, but you're pulling weight on the Hector St corridor now that 7th Heaven is shuttered. I WANT to like your beers and justify the high price of your (boo!) unrecyclable cans in the local distribs offering me Goneaway and Headhunter well below your price. This beer smells great and I definitely enjoyed it from the can, but then the hop resin sat unpleasantly on my tongue for an hour. Unlike the character limits of Twitter and the (presumably equally edited) Delco Times Sound Off, the FOB review is an open expanse waiting for my rant. But I'll end on a high note that this is easily the tastiest Conshy brew I've had. That's just not saying much from me.—by Wayne Heilala

    5.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    You dirty rotten sons of bitches!!! Low life crackhead motherf*ckers!!! Look out your windows.....see any green mountains?!? Much skiing in your backyard?!?! Bunch of dirty patchouli oil smelling hippy pricks in your town?!? No.....no.... welcome to PA dumb ass. This is the best we got and it ain't bad. Plus any half illiterate jack wang can read Heady Topper. Try Conshohocken bitches!—by Shawn Bell

    7.5

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    Probably my favorite of the Conshy beers but a run of the mill IPA in the grand scheme of things.—by Dan Keane

    7.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Green hops in a can. I do not like them Sam-I-am. Would you like then Here or there? I would not like them here nor there. I would not like them anywhere. I do not like green hops in a can. Would you like them on a path? I would not like them in my bath. I do not like green hops in a can—by Dr. Snaz

    6.0

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    Surprised by this. Nice smooth hoppiness, but not overly bitter. Good show by conshy —by Thomas Goas

    7.0

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    —by Thomas Wolfe

    6.5

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    Dangerously sessionable. —by Christopher Dilkus

    8.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    IPA is dead. It died with the proliferation of hops and brewers and I don't know...recipes. Now we can only hope for freshness and that means local. Small is beautiful and we are now farm to table fodder. fuck. But I love it. —by Brian Lauer

    7.0

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    Very good. Excellent IPA—by Nat Marchetti

    7.5

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    Great beer. Conshy got this one spot on! I love the drinkability this will be a go to for me. I tried it from the can and a glass. I think it was better from the can.—by Josh Cauffman

    8.0

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    This started out as a 3. Would have remained a 3 if I didn't get distracted for 10 minutes. After it warmed up it was way better. —by Daniel Clune

    6.0

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    I ran 3 miles today just so I could not feel guilty about drinking 3 FOB beers tonight. Started with "Type A", and it did not disappoint. One of the great things about FOB... it gives me new favorites and this is definitely one. —by Rich Miscichowski

    9.0

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    Love it in the can. —by Carol Price

    8.5

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    Love it in the can. —by Carol Price

    8.5

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    My second of the contest. I thought it was much better than the 2SP, and need to calibrate my scoring. This is a safe bet. Like- will Trump piss off the media tomorrow? Or will Philadelphia sports teams continue to suck in the near future? Or will I eat more than one serving size of Doritos? But that being said, it doesn't stand out. I could drink this all night, forgetting it's not a session. Would drink again. —by Philly Phoodie

    7.0

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    Solid local IPA...favorite beer from these guys.—by Chuck McCloskey

    7.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Nice hoppy flowery IPA. Conshy did it right on this one. Oh and my 10 year old is trying to teach me how to make my own gifs on my phone and she told me at least twice that I'm lame and it's not supposed to be for taking videos of my beer!!—by Jason Marquis

    8.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    Apparently, as a West Coaster... I shouldn't like this beer. But I do. I don't care what you call yourself as long as you smell like flowers and get me loose! Amirite? Woo—by Derek Johanson

    7.0

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    I've had on tap before and thought it was solid but not as good as fresh in can. Nice showing from Conshy!—by Mark Franz

    9.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    [True Story Alert] On Saturday when I had my Conshy Type A I was mixed on how I felt about it and needed inspiration to find the words to share with you that reflected my thoughts most accurately. That is when fate intervened. This beer was just like the punch in the mouth I got from my mother-in-law on Saturday night after consuming Type A (and several other yummy concoctions). Upon deeper reflection, I think it might have been an FOB "inspired" punch- who knew she would be sensitive to a age joke at her expense. Either way...Type A was like her punch to my mouth because at first I was a bit surprised by it but and felt like reacting similar to the kid below but after a few mins went by I realized it could have been quite a bit better. —by Paul the Ripper

    7.0

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    Hey, If you are going to get popped by your kids grandma…you want it to count and maybe draw some blood or have a fat-lip for a souvenir. Type A has a great start with a good nose. The first few sips were very yummy but towards the middle and end it started to fade out. Having said that...barring any future Beer Mule trips by the crew...this could be a really tasty nod to "Freedom and Unity" state to provide an essence of that style of IPA and could have a solid place in the beer fridge rotation. —by Paul the Ripper

    7.0

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    Hooray for Conshy!!! They finally canned a tasty IPA!!! Keep em coming!—by Boorujy

    8.0

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    Conshohocken is a goofy ass word to say. Yo keystone state native Americans you got goofy ass words. Ok now that I verbally spit on our first nation homeboys and homegirls I'll talk about the beer. PS Trump is president and I'm pretty sure I can say whatever I want. Being the lone San Diegan on here (Derek Johanson doesn't count) my IPA palate is on point. If you're going to market your beer a "west coast-style" IPA you better taste like one. TOO SAFE. This is a Toyota Camry IPA. If this IPA was a church going man/women, he/she would attend a Presbyterian church. Phil if I get kicked out for saying weird shit can we still be friends? Tinder?—by Tait Campbell

    4.0

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    This was my first from the "Chonshy" Brewery and it was solid! Nicely done and I would gladly drink another or four of these!—by Sean Joyce

    8.0

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    Tasted a little metallic. Poured it in a glass and it only helped slightly. —by Josh Porter

    5.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Nice blend of dank and floral. Crisp... nothing extreme. I wouldn't mind having several of these! This happens to be super similar to what I have on tap (we called it the resolution IPA cause we brewed it on New Year's Day), so I did a side by side. Type A had a less earthy nose and was obviously less bitter, cause we started with a few oz of high AA millennium. It also had a steady fruity aftertaste, which makes me think they had a big add of citra later in the boil... reminds me of the citra SMASH PA we made in the fall. Make clean beer, load it up with citra, and you can't lose! Gave it an 8 knowing I need some room for the IPAs that make me giggle they're so good —by Andy Holliday

    8.0

    2 Cheers

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    I liked this one a lot. Very happy to be introduced to this solid local offering. I prefer it out of the glass, especially to enjoy that nice cloudy appearance. —by Chris Stief

    8.0

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    I liked this one a lot. Very happy to be introduced to this solid local offering. I prefer it out of the glass, especially to enjoy that nice cloudy appearance. —by Chris Stief

    8.0

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    Excellent IPA that was new to me. Glad to have been introduced to such a solid local offering. Better from the glass, especially to admire its cloudy appearance. —by Chris Stief

    8.0

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    Excellent IPA that was new to me. Glad to have been introduced to such a solid local offering. Better from the glass, especially to admire its cloudy appearance. —by Chris Stief

    8.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    PA IPA #2. Big whiff of citrus, topical & stone fruits (orange, grapefruit, mango, peach), mild dank, & a solid garlicky pop. Flavor follows suit w mild crackery sweetness & med/full bitterness that adds to touch of dryness in finish before fading fairly quickly. I'm happily impressed w this offering from Conshy, one of their best packaged offerings I've tried. Kudos to them for brewing a very solid IPA without succumbing to the cloudy fucking milkshake fad. I'd drink this anytime! 8.0—by Mike Kinsley

    8.0

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    Great beer —by Ray Dunne

    9.0

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    Decent ipa. Had better and have had a lot worse. Middle of the road ip—by Brian Vlaminck

    6.0

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    Starting off 2017 strong! Best Conshy effort so far IMO. Nice burst of citrus and a little pine, not too bitter, very nice.—by Steve D.

    7.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Great start to the case. My first time with this beer and brewery and did not disappoint. Hoppy with a nice finish.—by Stephen Leitzell

    8.0

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    Full disclosure - very opinionated about this brand. Floral and citrus notes in the nose, and those follow all the way through to the smooth finish. A go to IPA—by Mark Gurzenski

    10.0

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    Overall a really good beer. Loved the hoppiness but wished for a little more IBU. Honestly, in any beer I look for lots of IBUs—by Michael Calderone

    8.0

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    I like a lot of the Conshi brews. This one is solid. I think they have a particular unifying taste, maybe it's the water. "Type A" 16 oz can is big, bold and consistent w others in the brand. Great use of exposed aluminum. The cheap plastic wrapper that Conshi uses should be illegal like plastic bags should. They render the can un-recyclable. Rating: 2 - for corporate irresponsibility. (The design is respectable however.)—by Chris Dietrich

    7.0

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    —by Mike Zuccato

    6.5

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    Great way to start the case. Best beer I've had yet...from this brewery. —by Chris Walsh

    7.5

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    Based on others ratings...either I got the only skunk can in the bunch or everyone else sampled this after Voodoo and Sunday Morning and were half lit. Taste wasn't bad but the aroma was rough. If I closed my eyes I would have thought I was in the can with my can. First time I was dissapointed a beer was 16 oz. Still had to give it a few points since I've been at Conshy and liked their other stuff. —by Michael Humes

    4.0

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    Best one I have had from CBC. I know Mosaic hops are in vogue now, but my opinion is leave them out of this one (and all the others in) and the score goes up a half a point—by Stump

    7.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    This review is dedicated to fellow participant, "CO". I don't know him/her. But, let's make one thing real clear. If you find a way to work in a reference to "Nothing But Trouble," in a beer review, then you're doing a lot of things right in your life. I've seen this movie several times, and I think about the premise of this movie more than is normal. I mean, who wrote it? Who said, this is a movie worth making? Is this movie based on a fictional Hammonton, NJ (if you've been there, you know the answer is "probably.") As for CO, I don't know if he/she often makes "Nothing But Trouble" references and just unleashed it on FOB because no one would know that he/she always works in "Nothing But Trouble" references. But I support it. All of it. Avowedly. —by Dan Aiken

    8.5

    3 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Decent pint to start off yesterday's Superbowl festivities—by Jen Northcott

    7.5

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    Just like every other IPA out there... —by Brian Howles

    5.5

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    If I hadn't read the can I would have thought this one was made in Vermont.—by David Connor

    9.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Probably not a fair score - this beer was consumed improperly with blatant disregard for the "drink the FOB beer first" rule. Or is it more of a guideline?—by Doyle

    6.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    "Type A: a personality type characterized by ambition, high energy, and competitiveness, and thought to be susceptible to stress and heart disease." I'll skip the heart disease but have another high energy hoppy beer please. Not sure it will compete with the VT crew but good bull pen beer. —by RD

    7.5

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    Smooth but a little bitter at the end—by Peter Derby

    7.5

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    Goes perfect with my homemade fish and chips. Citrusy, hoppy, yummy. Perfect drinking while the Patriots suffer. —by Erik Pasnak

    8.0

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    Much better than the game so far... —by Jim North

    8.0

    1 Cheers

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    Solid IPA. Not the most memorable, but good flavor. —by Laura Walsh

    7.0

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    This is a good beer. I could drink several of these and intend to buy more to just that. The citrus aroma is wonderful and a great aftertaste. It reminds me of Victory Vital IPA, but better.—by WassDawg

    9.0

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    I was kind of disappointed that I saw this make the case, honestly... But that was selfish. I work at conshy brewing and that's why, thus I drink it all the time, yet maybe I take it for granted. Love the citra and mosaic hops, couldn't pick out simcoe if you asked me. It has great smell, good up front citrus pine, bitter finish could be off-putting to some. The recent philly beerscene mag tore it up, but I think it is a good IPA!—by Michael Bibbo

    7.0

    1 Cheers

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    Great aroma, good balance of citrus. Looks like tonight will be a FOB only night!!!!—by Patrick Conboy

    7.5

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    I was kind of disappointed that I saw this make the case, honestly... But that was selfish. I work at conshy brewing and that's why, thus I drink it all the time, yet maybe I take it for granted. Love the citra and mosaic hops, couldn't pick out simcoe if you asked me. It has great smell, good up front citrus pine, bitter finish could be off-putting to some. The recent philly beerscene mag tore it up, but I think it is a good IPA!—by Michael Bibbo

    7.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Useless knowledge: wastewater can compose up to 60% of the streamflow of the Schuylkill river. On some days, the river water passing Conshohocken and approaching Philadelphia is over 90% treated wastewater. Apparently Conshohocken Type A is drawn from that pristine 10%. Quite a pleasant surprise, and one of the best local IPAs I’ve had in a while. None of the expected projectile dysentery, and all of the hops. Nicely done! —by Big Guy

    7.5

    2 Cheers

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    Great aroma, good balance of citrus. Looks like tonight will be a FOB only night!!!!—by Patrick Conboy

    7.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    This beer is good but not great. Too thin for my tastes. Tasty grapefruit flavors going on, which is nice. —by Paul Nolan

    7.5

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    Best offering I've had from Conshy. Started out with big citrus flavors, but faded over time in the glass. Great blend of Mosaic , Simcoe and Citra.—by DeJong Mark

    8.0

    1 Cheers

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    Great job Conshohocken. I enjoyed this wonderful IPA while cooking super bowl snacks & listening to a wide verity of excellent. Music ranging from The Ballad Of Billy The Kid, The Boxer, The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald, We Can Work It Out, Here Comes The Sun & many more. Damn I love the FOB. Even know you devote one full week to Belgium. —by Russ Jackson

    8.0

    2 Cheers

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    First beer I've had from CBC. I like the persistent head which stuck around to the last sip. Big hop on the nose and decent malt balance on the mouth. I wasn't a huge fan on the finish, at times a little alkaline taste. Overall, good by me.—by Matt Westbrook

    7.5

    0 Cheers

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    Now that's what I'm talkin' about! I don't know what Type B tastes like, but Type A is awesome. Hoppy smell, taste and wonderful pale ale finish; nice and dry. Need to get more of these!—by Mark Holliday

    9.0

    2 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    In the 1989 movie Nothing But Trouble, a movie starring Demi Moore, Chevy Chase, as well as both Dan Ackroyd and John Candy playing multiple parts each more bizarre than the next, there is a scene in which the Oakland rap group Digital Underground gets caught speeding and then has to perform one of their hits (NOT Humpty Dance), in order to escape the clutches of a small town judge (“ably” played by Dan Ackroyd, wearing a penis prosthetic for a nose. This actually happened). This out of the blue cameo is then one upped by an even more out of the blue Tupac cameo (who of course, was in the Digital Underground). My point is – Type A is a fresh, out of the blue cameo of the 2017 FOB case, hanging out with some more established heavy hitters. Yet what will be saying a few years from now? Is this our California Love? (Also, if you’ve never seen Nothing But Trouble, consider yourself lucky, and do not seek it out, unless you are a Taylor Nagron completist). —by CO

    7.5

    3 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    —by Chris Quinn

    7.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    Very pleasantly surprised. Tastes vermonty which is good by me. Congrats to Glen Mcanow the Prof on this very good brew.—by Dan Etzweiler

    7.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Good stuff. Rich in flavor. Great reco by Phil(half in glass half in can). I think I liked it out of the can better. And great beer can artwork is always a bonus in my book. I will definitely be picking this up again sometime soon...and possibly heading out to Bridgeport.—by Daniel C

    8.0

    0 Cheers

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    Just like a night out in Conshy, it starts slow and you begin to wonder how you will make it through the whole experience. By the end though, you realize you had a pretty good time. —by Matt Bruce

    6.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Pleasant start, with aromas of grapefruit, mango, geranium & pine. It invites savoring the inhalations. On the palate, bitterness takes over instantly and then grows, shouting out everything else. It's an assault on the taste buds, similar to when I've siphoned gasoline and accidentally got some in my mouth. The more I drink, the more it's only bitterness. I'd like to know the quality of the base beer, but with this turpentine in my mouth I can't taste anything else.—by David Lamb

    4.0

    0 Cheers

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    Not bad but not great—by Jeremy Jarvis

    6.5

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  • Conshy Type A

    —by Dave Sekkes

    8.0

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  • Conshy Type A

    Pepper pungent spice Sparking morning shock and then Cycling SRT—by Casey Palowitch

    8.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Solid! I had one of these at Conshohocken Brewing a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it. I also enjoyed the can.—by Michael Dresnin

    8.0

    3 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Drank half from the can and half from a glass. I know how to follow directions occasionally. The best seemed mellower from the glass. Since I was drinking with both hands I was to busy to let the dog in,. I got many dirty looks from the boy. —by David Presloid

    8.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    No matter how you slice it, this is an 8. Theres a lot to say about whats going on at conschy. There's a question of, have they found there identity. I cant wait for fob 2022. Type A wins by a landslide.Good people making good beer should be there slogan.—by George Aiken

    8.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Solid offering from Conshy. Still not up to par with the NE style hype and had a strange after taste.—by Corey Boudman

    7.5

    1 Cheers

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    "Go Where the Path Takes You"...unless it's around a curve in Conshohocken...This is the best beer I've had from Conshy Brewing. A bit of a metallic aftertaste, but overall good.—by Seth Niederman

    7.0

    1 Cheers

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    This was a juicy IPA—by Dom Ace

    7.0

    2 Cheers

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    IPA's are a crowded field. This one has a good amount of pine hops - and it's tasty if a bit thin. Still a very very good offering from a local brewer. I like it. —by Kurt Pfeiffer

    7.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Great solid take on the west coast IPA, light citrus flavor & a smooth bitter hoppy flavor. —by Chris OBrien

    7.5

    0 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    —by D. Brian Wood

    7.0

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    Had one a week ago that must have been old/skunked. Had a metallic taste at the end. This one (and one earlier in the day from a sixtel) had nothing of that, so much more enjoyable. Citrus aroma and strong hop flavor.—by Ted Jones

    8.0

    2 Cheers

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    Very nicely done conshy One of the better local IPAs Good fresh hop flavor Very drinkable Good thing I have more!!!—by dave romesburg

    8.0

    2 Cheers

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    Really digging this beer. Not too bitter. A very refreshing IPA . Not overpowering but not weak. Really smooth head like some of the big hitters in this contest. —by John Fiss

    8.5

    0 Cheers

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    I did not have high expectations...Maybe that is the secret to enjoying a great beer. I thoroughly enjoyed drinking this IPA. It had great flavor, but nothing was overpowering. Very nice!—by Jen H.

    8.0

    1 Cheers

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    I did not have high expectations...Maybe that is the secret to enjoying a great beer. I thoroughly enjoyed drinking this IPA. It had great flavor, but nothing was overpowering. Very nice!—by Jen H.

    8.0

    0 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    And so it begins, the first rating In FOB is always the toughest. I feel bad for the beer I drink first. Go too high and you've screwed yourself for future ratings. Go too low and you unfairly penalize a good beer. I liked the Conshy Type A about halfway into the can. The first half was somewhat uninspiring and tasteless for some reason. The hops really started to come through at the end though. Definitely a worthy FOB beer. —by Ryan Ciavarelli

    6.5

    0 Cheers

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    What's the internet without a cat?? This beer was very good. Drinkable, crisp and nice hoppy flavor!—by Colleen Perrin

    7.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Nice clean, hoppy American ipa. Great hop nose. This reminds me of lagunitas new dogtown pale ale, before they started making it in Chicago. But fresher. That used to be my go-to for easy drinking. I may have found its replacement. Good work Conshy!—by John B

    8.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    One of my fellow reviewers said it perfectly (to paraphrase): in a field with less worthy options, Type A would kill it. Drank out of the can, because it deserves that respect, and I am a big fan of Type A. Would love to see this more readily distributed, but I respect "The Process." The rating is reserved to make room for later beers, but Conshy gets my respect. Happy to make that short trip from my home to get growler fills often.—by Mark McCreary

    7.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Nice blend of dank and floral. Crisp... nothing extreme. I wouldn't mind having several of these! This happens to be super similar to what I have on tap (we called it the resolution IPA cause we brewed it on New Year's Day), so I did a side by side. Type A had a less earthy nose and was obviously less bitter, cause we started with a few oz of high AA millennium. It also had a steady fruity aftertaste, which makes me think they had a big add of citra later in the boil... reminds me of the citra SMASH PA we made in the fall. Make clean beer, load it up with citra, and you can't lose! Gave it an 8 knowing I need some room for the IPAs that make me giggle they're so good —by Andy Holliday

    8.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Really digging this beer. Not too bitter. A very refreshing IPA . Not overpowering but not weak. Really smooth head like some of the big hitters in this contest. —by John Fiss

    8.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    The first week is always the hardest to score. West coast hop vibe, strong IPA upfront smooths out at the end. —by Jim Smith

    8.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    First beer of the contest for me. I enjoyed the balance of hops and citrus. Good beer, would drink again.—by Jenn P

    7.5

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Had this beer a few weeks ago and really liked it. it did not disappoint the 2nd time around. Really, Really good IPA, great aroma, easy to drink. I am rounding up scores for the locals......definitely a tasty beverage—by Jim Haley

    8.0

    2 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    If this beer were a Tinder pickup line, it would get you laid 11 out of 10 times. That smooth. —by Brewzooka Joe

    8.5

    4 Cheers

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    Probably the best Conshohocken beer I've tried. But honestly growing up in Roxborough and going there every weekend, I want to like them a little more than I do. —by Robert Bustard

    7.0

    1 Cheers

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    A tasty West Coast styled ipa brewed in Conshohocken? Surprising. Paired well with my post gig Vegan cheese lasagna!—by Zman

    8.0

    0 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Fun fact i just learned = Conshohocken has a second meaning as a swear word.—by Yokim

    9.0

    1 Cheers

  • Conshy Type A

    Super floral; no bitterness. easy drinking. This one definitely goes in the rotation. Wife approved, which is always a plus. —by Ken Heft

    7.5

    1 Cheers

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    This beer was the tits. —by Denise Arganetto

    9.0

    0 Cheers