Evil Twin DEVFFC, MQAL9,.8 (Deaf Miguel)

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RATINGS: 106   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.51/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
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Editor’s note: "Deaf Miguel" is a suggested pronounciation of the proper name.

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3.4
rondphoto (4431) - Lakeside Park, Kentucky, USA - NOV 12, 2016
bottle @ Belmont Party Supply / Dayton OH --- Aroma of caramel malt. Cloudy amber brown color, small white head that drops quickly to a thin cover, sheets of lace. Taste is semi-sweet toffee and malt, medium fizz, and a little shot of hops before returning to sweet at the finish. A little alcohol reminds that it is Imperial, but the hops are well short of IPA status. On its merits, it works well enough, just not an IPA.

3.5
jrodooo5 (1672) - DOVER, Delaware, USA - SEP 1, 2015
Bottle states best by 4/13, However, still a solid beer! Interesting tomato juice looking poor - murky copper w/ a very thin head & little lacing. The aroma is soft & just slightly boozy at this point. The taste is underlyingly bitter w/ the booze really sticking out as well as malt to balance it out. Competitively easy on the palate & overall not bad. Just wonder how different a fresh one would be?

3.4
pentaz (1264) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 15, 2015
Bottle (brewed at Fanø). Pours opaque orange with a minimal off-white head. Aroma is quite sweet with caramel, toffee, grass, orange fruit and grapefruit. Taste is moderate+ sweet and moderate bitter. Body is medium. Finishes malty but also quite bitter. Very sweet and malty for an IIPA.

2.9
GG (2332) - NorCal, California, USA - OCT 31, 2014
330ml bottle - This beer had all the classic signs of being brewed on the East Coast...except it was brewed in Denmark. The aroma is moderately sweet smelling, almost honeyish or table-sugar sweet. Some orange rind and grapefruit round out the aroma. The fat malt profile leans WAY over towards the barleywine side of the beer spectrum with only a modicum of grapefruit makes an appearance to "balance" it out, which is to say it is unbalanced, to me, in a way that’s not what I enjoy in IIPA’s. The malts are simply overpowering.

3.5
slowrunner77 (12037) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 22, 2014
what the cake is up with the name? anyway, a sweet tropical fruit bruiser than has a sh--ton of pine and spruce hops. aggressively bitter but not off putting at all. layered, with an ample sweet malt backbone. "

3
kraddel (8106) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - AUG 9, 2014
At cafee local . Bbe april 2013 Pours darker amber , good white head . Smell is very old , cardboard . Taste is bitter , dusty , sweet , cardboard . Very sweet aftertaste . Not too good anymore

3.9
bigguns22 (798) - Maryland, USA - JUL 24, 2014
A big and sweet ipa. Pour is dark amber with a hube fluffy off white head. Aroma is sweet and malty with a citrus hop note. Sweet up front with a ton of malt chased with bitter hops. At 9% it will get you in a good way.

3.6
thornecb (5907) - Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA - JUN 14, 2014
Pours dark amber into a snifter. Biscuit, resin and molasses aromas. Sweet toffee and citrus front to back with a hot caramel finish

4.1
Beerhunter111 (20468) - P´Castle, GERMANY - FEB 28, 2014
Ins Glas ergießt sich ein orangegoldenes Bier mit schöner Schaumkrone. Geruch sehr intensiv fruchtig malzig herb. Geschmack sehr hopfig bitter, fruchtig, klasse!

3.7
PriorL (3068) - Gent, BELGIUM - FEB 9, 2014
33cl bottle at Café Local, from the ’Schatkaart’. APPEARANCE: clear dark blond beer, nice stable off white head. NOSE: alcohol, sweet, hops, caramel. TASTE: alcohol, rather heavy, maybe served a little to hot, sweet, decent but heavy, somewhat bitter. Lots of carbonation.


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