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7 ratings
7.5% Imperial IPA / Double IPA

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Post author: Morm
3 years ago
Très bonne Double IPA pour une petite brasserie. Bon goût de houblon par contre elle reste pas longtemps en bouche

Post author: WexiLahti
@ Drinks of the World, Geneva
3 years ago
More or less fuzzy, brown beer with rich, sustained carbonation builds a cream-yellow, cotton head that tries to exceed even two fingers. The foamy mattress loses gradually air and descends to a lower level. The withdrawing foam leaves some coverings on the side of the glass. The nostrils experience medium-strong dry hops, a good amount of dry grass and a powerful punch of piney aroma. The taste slaps against the tastebuds' face. I pick massive piney hops and an unapologizing injection of dry hop pellets. I can also depict truly bitter caramel and a resinous, distantly also woody nuance. Alcohol doesn't want to keep hiding but makes itself sensed. The body is medium. The beer ends with rather strong dry hops, dry pine needles, a tuft of dry hay and a tad resin. The caramel is there but extraordinarily bitter and uninviting. The duration of the aftertaste is reasonably lengthy. The mouthfeel is substantially strong, crisp and rather coniferous. It's also relatively dry and mouth-drying, slightly husky as well as a bit boozy. Very old-school, edgy and challenging.

Post author: Thomas
5 years ago
Stark und hopfig.