Foothills Brewing Craft Happiness is back with Terrain IPA, 6.3% ABV, which is dedicated to help the natural wonders of North Carolina, by keeping the trails of our beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Terrain IPA pours a deep golden orange color with a big fluffy three finger white head that slowly fades into decent lacing around and through out the glass. The aroma on Terrain IPA is much like a basket of citrus fruits, oranges and grapefruit with peels and all. There is a bit of some earthy pine notes hanging around the citrus aromas. Terrain IPA has similar taste to the aroma. You get nice notes of grapefruit and orange and some earth pine notes that come on stronger in the middle of the mouth and the lead to a slight bitterness on the back. Terrain IPA finishes nice with slight citrusy fruits and a bitter earthy and pine note. After taste doesn’t linger to long with the slight bitterness as the fruity citrus notes fade into the bitterness. This Terrain IPA is good, but the other two in the Foothills Craft Happiness Series are slightly better, and I give Terrain IPA an A-. There is only just a little going on with this IPA (which taste good), but more fruit flavors would make the beer perfect, not much though just a little. Too much and the beer wouldn’t be good. Foothills made another good beer and one that I think everyone should try. Cheers! Please enjoy responsibly.