I’ve never heard of Bad Co Brewery before this, and it’s a real shame because this IPA was an absolute gorgeous introduction to their beer.
Bad Co Brewery’s Wild Gravity is something that will remind you of a citrus fairground, and by that I mean it’s an enjoyment to drink this IPA. As you’ve probably gathered, I’m a huge IPA head, and this beer ticks the right boxes for me. Plus it has a huge amount of citrus and orange infusion in this beer, which is exactly what I like.
Cracking the bottle open, you’re welcomed with a delightful punch of tropical fruit notes, with a hint of zingy orange. It isn’t overpowering and it also has a slight touch of pine and a touch of spice. Pouring into a glass you’ll (hopefully) get a lovely thin white head and a gorgeous pale amber colour body, with a small amount of lacing which is beautiful.
Taking my first sip there was a generous amount of grapefruit, lemon, zingy orange, and a back end of sour pine. The sourness tends to stay around for a little while, waiting for you to take the next gulp but it’s nothing that will not make you want to drink this beer. In fact it will do the complete opposite, and make you want to keep indulging until your heart’s content!
I cannot say enough great things about this beer, and I can’t imagine how good this beer will taste on cask or keg! If you have tried this beer on either then please let me know in the comments, I’d love to hear what it’s like.
Great work Bad Co Brewery! You’ve done a fantastic job on this beer.