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RATINGS: 1125   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.83/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 98   EST. CALORIES: 408   ABV: 13.6%
Have you read the description for the regular Crooked Tree yet? Well this beer is almost the same just double. We actually took the Crooked Tree recipe and doubled all of the ingredients except the water, just the way a DOUBLE should be made. Big hops balanced with tons of malt give this beer a huge body. Although this beer is as cool as "the Fonz" when first purchased, it gets really mellow and smooth with some age. After a year or two stored in a cool dark place you’ll notice the heavy caramel and malt flavors are trying to sneak past the hops, they’re just not fast enough. This beer is hugely delicious so it will need your undivided attention (the chores can wait....trust us). 98 IBU’s

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SimplySike (1525) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - DEC 10, 2016
33cl. Bottle.
Pours clear dark orange with tan head.
Aroma caramel, toffee, citrus, pine, orange.
Taste caramel sweet, nice piney bitter.
Mouth-feel thick, oily.
Great brew

FatPhil (17080) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - NOV 2, 2016
Tap (Riga Craft Beer Festival 2016)
Sweet sticky aroma, heavy sugary malts, some woody bitterness. Hot heady taste - booze and sugar. Herbal, spicy, perfumey. So perfumey, I’d say this could be something that tramps would drink. Nuts. Doesn’t work for me at all.

rami_pl (4468) - Warszawa, POLAND - OCT 29, 2016
UPDATED: FEB 23, 2017 Rami Rami is drinking a Double Crooked Tree IPA by Dark Horse Brewing Co. at JabeerwockyGeste, sosnowe, owocowe, goryczkowe, bardzo najs

Ocena potraktowana skryptem do przeliczania ocen (uzgodnienie UT/RB).

Vestergaard (2091) - Aarhus C, DENMARK - OCT 16, 2016
From tap at Fermentoren Aarhus as 12%. Pours a reddish, darkish amber with a small, off white head. Aroma has heavy caramel malts, old orange, old hops, very oldschool. Taste is very caramel sweet up front, actually quite nice, but gets replaced by a very high bitterness, that reminds you that this is not a barley wine, just an old IIPA, haha! Full bodied and with an average to low carbonation.

cobaink2 (800) - seattle, Washington, USA - SEP 25, 2016
12 oz bottle. Bottle almost 2 months old and seems to have turned toward a little malty and less hops. Much like a young barleywine. It's nice but not as I had expected. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

solidfunk (9409) - Washington D.C., Washington DC, USA - SEP 25, 2016
Some orange and good malt. Well balanced double IPA. Pours orange with decent head and lacing. Some booze and caramel in finish that is otherwise medium bitter. Bottle.

Rask0lnikov (1485) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - SEP 10, 2016
On tap at RCBW 2016. Hazy, dark orange, amber colour. Thin line of white froth around the glass. Lots of apricots, hints of tea, sweetness in the aroma. Very apricoty beginning. Hints of black tea. Fruity, citrussy, bitter finish. Bit spicy, slightly herbal aftertaste. Quite interesting DIPA.

Marduk (8409) - Reval, ESTONIA - SEP 2, 2016
Tap @RCBF 2016. Dark amber color. Medium size, thick white head, stays. Malty, sweet, husky, alcohol, caramel in aroma. Malty, alcohol, caramel, bit dirty in taste. Sweet, caramel and alcohol in aftertaste. Soft carbonation. Sweet and boozy brew.

Vells (1954) - Rīga, LATVIA - AUG 25, 2016
Quite huge DIPA, bold in every aspect, but never gets over the line. Juicy fruity cocktail with citrus, tropical fruits, some decent pine kick. Feels oily. Light sweetness with moderate to intense bitterness,

belgis (521) - - AUG 20, 2016
Almost red bullish aroma. Dense and rich taste. Bitterness slightly overbearing. Well done iipa.

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