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Night Shift Whirlpool Hazy New England Pale Ale
Ale /4.5% ABV / Massachusetts, United States
- Pale Ale
- Massachusetts, United States
- Craft, Independent Craft Brewer
- Tasting Notes
- Citrus, Hoppy, Light, Nectarine, Peach, Tropical Fruit
- Food Pairing
- Cheese - Nutty & Semi-Firm, Chicken, Fish - White, Salads & Greens
- Suggested Glassware
- Pint Glass, Snifter/Goblet/Chalice
- Suggested Serving Temperature
- 45-50° F
Explosively juicy, Whirlpool is Night Shift's flagship New England pale ale. It pours hazy blonde with a nose of ripe peach and clementine, and sips citrusy and vibrant. With minimal bitterness on the finish, it's a remarkably crushable sipper. Fun fact - the brewery's entire brewhouse was custom built for this beer’s unique whirlpool brewing process. This allows for an extra-generous dry-hopping of Mosaic and Ella hops that they use in its recipe. Brewed with wheat and oats for additional softness, Whirlpool continues to be an all-time staff favorite.View all products by Night ShiftCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
scottVerified BuyerMay 31 2021Verified Buyer BrennanVerified BuyerOct 24 2020Verified Buyer
My favorite beer. Great flavor without being too heavy
DavidVerified BuyerMay 27 2020Verified Buyer
This is a tasty beer. To me it's a pretty standard IPA.
WilliamVerified BuyerApr 23 2020Verified Buyer
Great every day ipa and you can drink a few without feeling gross
RandonVerified BuyerApr 8 2019Verified Buyer
Whirlpool is a light drinking pale ale that can be enjoyed can after can. Good for warm days or paired with heavier meals. At $12.99 for a 4-pack of tallboys, it's 20.3 cents per ounce, which would make a regular 12-pack over $29. Its best use case may be picnicking or patio drinking on a warm, sunny day.
MichaelVerified BuyerJun 10 2018Verified Buyer
TimVerified BuyerApr 11 2018Verified Buyer
I've been on a Pale Ale kick lately and Whirlpool is great option. It's my current go to option.
channonApr 11 2018
Above average and very interesting. Sweet and dry at the same time. A bit too fruity at the end but in a very refreshing way. Good sesh ale.