RATINGS: 45   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   IBU: 80   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
It isn’t always easy being green. Sexy organic hops aren’t easy to come by. This year, we scored hella’ Organic Simcoe® and finally brewed our very first Double IPA. With over 3 lbs of hops per barrel, Kermit The Hop is bright, citrusy and palate-wreckingly bitter. Resinous pine coats the tongue and reluctantly gives way to grapefruit and a grassy bitterness that stays at the back of the tongue for days. Drinking green never tasted this good.

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dnstone (4127) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - JAN 31, 2017
Clean golden color with sudsy/lacy white head. Nice fresh simcoe aroma. Light bodied and simcoe dominated. A grreat gluten free beer.

dwyerpg (6630) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - DEC 29, 2016
UPDATED: APR 30, 2017 I really loved this aroma, so the beer was a bit of a letdown. Nowhere near the bittering hops in the body. Still a dry finish, so it comes as somewhat of an enigma.

Strykzone (7893) - Wood River, Illinois, USA - SEP 25, 2016
Bomber from hayduke that we had together via facebook chat. A fluffy white head leaves cool looking lacing. Almost clear honey golden beer. I smell honey and pine. The flavor begins with grapefruit and then some peach. Pine and resin. Something like tannin. Then melon and zest. I just noticed the ABV and now understand why I can’t feel my legs. This is a very nice beer. Some really tasty flavors and not a negative that I can find.

hayduke (5757) - Eureka, California, USA - SEP 25, 2016
Shared with Strykzone on Facebook Chat. I love sharing a beer this way nearly 2000 miles apart. Pours golden orange with a white head. Nose of stone fruit (peach) and grapefruit and some pine. Medium plus body and a resinous mouth feel Flavor is rich caramel malts with a melon, peach, and grapefruit hop dominating. The finish is grapefruit zest with a little alcohol showing; Overall very tasty and easy drinking for such a big beer!

SudsMcDuff (8564) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - JUL 10, 2016
drank from a bus .. amber, mild head, solid lacing .. grass, resin, pizza crust .. mouth is mild, as is the finish .. end isn’t very polished but all around a good beer .. . . a dip in the tub is nothing without bubbles! get over here bubbles!

chriszfat (84) - Lake stevens, Washington, USA - SEP 19, 2015
From a bomber pours light golden with small head. Aroma is big hoppy. Drinks nice and finishes dry and fairly bitter that lingers a bit. Also tastes slightly boozy but good overall.

RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - AUG 5, 2015
660ml bottle, Whole Foods, Orlando. Initially a peachy aroma and taste, but this soon gives way to big piney hops and lots of fresh resin. A really sharp, bitter flavour, which definitely makes the tongue tingle, along with a fine carbonation. Coats the mouth, lingers well. Fine stuff, great find forca Brit in touristy Orlando!

kevinsenn (2377) - Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA - APR 21, 2015
On tap at Bierhaus, Mountain View. Fresh pine and citrus aroma. Flat and sticky body. Citrus, pine, resin. Very bitter finish.

slowrunner77 (13622) - Reno, Nevada, USA - FEB 18, 2015
Unless I’m forgetting something, easily the best Bison beer I’ve had. They’ve made a couple cool, unique brews but quality has been so so. This is a solid semisweet hop Bomb with tons of citrus and pine. Moderare to heavy bitterness but balanced with sweet.

beerbaaron (1997) - Arizona, USA - JAN 22, 2015
Draft. Clear Light orange. Frothy white head. Medium body. Dry. Moderate bitterness. Fairly sweet. Fruity. alcohol. Kinda funky. Something about it was just off for me. Not a fav.

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