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RATINGS: 474   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.6/5   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
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On a beautiful summer night in July while peaceful Danes rocked at Roskilde Festival and sipped wine in their picturesque summer retreats, an apocalyptic tidal surge flooded the famous Ølbutikken in Copenhagen and drowned thousands of precious beer – Hop Flood is a bitter tribute to the heroic bottles that didn’t make it.

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3.1
Wdragon (1) - - MAY 25, 2016 does not count
Hops with this beer give only bitterness. I couldn’t find any variety hoppy flavors(I know it’s an amber ale!) It’s too bitter for me though.

3.3
20107589 (748) - randers, DENMARK - MAY 24, 2016
pour dark amber with a light offwhite head. caramel, and dark fruit aromas. taste light bitter with sweet notes. light to medium bodied. average carbonation. light bitter finish

2.7
GregNC (118) - - MAY 6, 2016
Bottled 33cl. Nice copper amber ale, nice white head. Nose is nice, mainly honey / toffee. Texture is dry, bitterness is strong and very astringent, a bit disturbing.

3.8
highlandlad (1480) - Blue Mountains, AUSTRALIA - MAY 6, 2016
God damn you, Evil Twin. When you said ’Hop Flood’, I didn’t realise you were going to be so fucking literal about it. I left a third of the bottle on the kitchen bench. And it’s good beer! So that’s a third of a good thing I missed out on, which at Australian prices is enough to buy a house (not in Australia, obviously - somewhere else). Anyway: the beer. Looks good (the stuff in the glass, not the stuff on the bench - that looked sad). Murky brown, great length on the head. Lots of brown sugars in the nose, plus some Pacific hops. Lovely thick palate. Chewy toffee notes, raisins, some alcohol burn and lip-smacking hoppiness. This might be about the best example (albeit hugely atypical) of a beer style that usually leaves me cold. Here’s to Double Ambers, hold the sugar. (330ml bottle from Leura Cellars, May 2016)

3.7
alex_leit (4783) - Minsk, BELARUS - APR 26, 2016
Bottle. Amber with copper color, yellowish foam. Good aroma: rich malt, honey nectar, floral, dried fruit, raisins. Taste: honeyed nectar, pleasant bitter hops, fruit and raisins, very good.

3.7
Melkart (431) - Porto Alegre, BRAZIL - APR 18, 2016
On a beautiful summer night in July while peaceful Danes rocked at Roskilde Festival and sipped wine in their picturesque summer retreats, an apocalyptic tidal surge flooded the famous Ølbutikken in Copenhagen and drowned thousands of precious beer – Hop Flood is a bitter tribute to the heroic bottles that didn’t make it.

3.6
angelkostvo (1247) - CZECH REPUBLIC - MAR 31, 2016
Brown colour, off white head. Aroma of caramel, toffee and strawberries. Taste is light to medium sweet and medium bitter. Medium body, oily texture, soft carbonation.

3.8
Brentv (680) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 27, 2016
From bottle. Murky amber color with a small yellowish head and lots of sediment. Aroma and taste of hops, caramel, toffee, and more hops. Taste is complex with a good amount of sweetness that is overbalanced by the bitter qualities of the hops. Medium full body.

3.8
altonbrownd (5897) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - MAR 23, 2016
Bottle from Perfect Pour. Nice dark amber body with little head. Nose is barley, roasty, sweet. Taste is nice and malty and spicy and toasty and milky up front, warms up a bit and nice maltier, almost chocolate finish. Really good stuff. A flood of hops!

3.4
kingstoni (2133) - FINLAND - MAR 12, 2016
Bottle. Hazy amber color with a thick foamy off-white head. Aroma of resin, grapefruit and pine. Bitter taste with some sweetness. Medium body.

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