rouhlas (3783) - Thessaloniki, GREECE - NOV 29, 2015
From tap. Light hazy orange amber color with off white head. Malty and hoppy aroma, caramel, bread, citrusy fruity, orange, grapefruit, grassy, pine. Sweet and bitter taste like aroma, alcoholic too. Medium oily body with soft carbonation. Troupis (264) - - NOV 28, 2015
Expected better. Safe safe safe relative to my expectation. Inoffensive but solid.
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Bottle @ the enck... small/medium white foamy head.. clear orange amber colour... smell grains yeast malts... taste malts grains some bitterness. Silky body chris0r (24) - SWITZERLAND - NOV 4, 2015
Nice double ipa with malty sweetish taste and strong Body. Untypical low bitterness. Not a strong nose but I like it User369532 (909) - - NOV 2, 2015
On tap. Red golden color, hazy liquid, white head. Aroma of raisins, cognac. Heavy sweet, medium bitter. Good, but I’ve had better.
Chilipe (11) - - OCT 25, 2015
Anderson Valley again did a great craft. Taste colour aroma and on nose amazing. I really recommend you beer lovers ;) jesperhammer (4908) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 20, 2015
21-OCT-2015, bottle @home, from Fish & Beer.
Slightly hazy golden with lasting, creamy, lacing, white head.
Grape fruit and pine. Very bitter, fruit, candy. Very sweet. Full, sweet body. Very nice though on the sweet side but hey I like sweet. Danjo312 (107) - Hamburg, GERMANY - OCT 15, 2015
Super Double-IPA! Für relativ wenig IBUs sehr herb. Bitter im Abgang.
Schmeckt relativ wenig fruchtig, eher holzig, würzig.
Farbe im Glas ist super, dunkles Gold, reinweisse, kurzweilige Krone.
In der Nase kaum spektakulär, am Gaumen nur herb und malzig.
Gutes Bier, aber nicht spektakulär.
Besonders hervorzuheben ist das Tolle Label.
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(On tap @ Lilla Puben, Kalmar, Sweden, Oct 9 2015) Pours a hazy medium orange with a big frothy whitish head and lace. Aroma lots of sweet caramel malt, some resinous pine, dull citrus and tropical notes, a bit grassy, not very punchy in the nose. On the palate, a sweet caramel malt and bread core again, pine resin, citrus rind and pith, touch tropical, leading to a slightly spicy finish with moderate hop bitterness, alcohol heat and lots more malt. Aftertaste has some astringency that dries the sweetness slightly. Medium-full and chewy in the mouth with creamy carb and aforementioned booze. A bit big and malty and not so bright and hoppy, perhaps a bit faded but also not my preferred DIPA style. Not bad. nuplastikk (6452) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - OCT 11, 2015
12oz bottle. When your regular IPA is 7%, you’d think the IIPA would clock in a bit higher than 8.7%. Filtered copper orange body. Well brewed, classical IIPA. Piney citrus rind hop tones. Pretty heavy and bold. Drinks and taste sort of like a Barleywine. Not bad, pretty good really, in a classic Anderson Valley style, nothing really modern about it, but quality all the way.