Up today is their RecreationAle, which they describe as a "Session Ale" without labeling it as an IPA or pale ale. I guess it's really up to you as to how it fits, but I'd consider it a pale ale personally. Most importantly, it's only 4.7% abv, which is ideal for tailgating season! In fact, I think it's become my tailgating beer of choice, with affordable 12-packs of cans available around Baton Rouge.
Enough blabber, let's review...
Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Brenton Day (The Ale Runner), Chuck Pierce (Me And My Big Mouth), and Buddy Ethridge.
Serving: 12 oz. can.
Appearance: Deep golden, a little more hazy than Hopsecutioner I think. Hopsecutioner probably gains a little clarity through a longer secondary dry-hopping? Just a guess...
Aroma: Hoppy, with grapefruit and citrus dominating.
Taste: More hoppy, with those grapefruit notes still coming through. There is a little malt base sweetness, but at only 4.7% there really shouldn't be too much.
Mouthfeel: Ridiculously easy drinking.
Overall: An excellent session pale ale/IPA. I imagine this being in my tailgating rotation for years to come.
Overall Rating: 72.5
My Rating: 78