shawndjkidd (12) - CANADA - DEC 27, 2015
Love this hopped up Amber. Drinks like an IPA but loaded with notes of caramel and toast Carolust (1) - Oaxaca, MEXICO - DEC 17, 2015 does not count
From bottle at some village in Puebla, Mex. Very kinda heavy hop flavor, not really an Amber Ale as tagged. Aromas of Peach, Passion fruit, some Mango and of course a carnival of hops dancing all around your glass and tongue..., Surprisely not a sweet beer like others from Evil Twin...!!!! STL_Drew (153) - Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - AUG 10, 2012
Good head, off white, great lacing, dark brown. Sweet hoppy aroma. A little sweet, nice bitter finish. Really smooth and very easy to drink. drpimento (3634) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 2, 2014
Very nice beer whatever style it is. Poured with a large long-lasting cream-colored head, plenty of lace, and hazy to cloudy dark amber color. Aroma is quite mild with Hop toffee and malt. Flavor is like aroma but much stronger and more rich. Excellent body. Super drinking beer!
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smell: sweat, wet wull
dried coriander, pineapple
light body goop hoppy dry aftertaste
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TheEstimator (27) - Maryland, USA - OCT 13, 2012
With a name like Hop Flood, you’d never expect the color this beer shows when poured; a deep muddy amber-brown! You’d also never expect to find suspended colloidal-like yeast "asteroids" floating in space! Now the pond-scum, whipped cream head covers the secrets of this marvelous, unique brew! The nose is redolent of skunky hops; good, I like this...but butterscotch notes also ensue...the taste is a symphony of wonderment; the mouthfeel insanely perfect! Layer upon layer of multideminsional flavors ebb and flow like a great symphonic masterpiece! This is a thinking man’s brew. The hop component of this beer reminds me a lot of last years Stone black IPA...what a cool beer; digging’ this!
VueltaBirrista (104) - Murcia, SPAIN - DEC 3, 2016
El aroma es complejo, afrutado y con una importante carga de pino.
En boca entra muy dulce al principio, con la malta tostadita muy presente. Pero poco a poco se va tornando amarga, hasta que una riada de lúpulo te sorprende… y es entonces cuando comprendes el por qué de su nombre. El final, amargo y seco, es muy duradero. Una grandísima cerveza. rdixon77 (2829) - Georgia, USA - JUL 10, 2012
Wow, fantastic beer. A brown pour with khaki head around the edges. The aroma is solid hops, but with a nutty base. The taste follows with warming hops blended wonderfully into a nutty brown ale base. Some bitterness, some hop brightness and pineyness, Medium mouthfeel, and easily drinkin’.
Enjoyed this one - its my kind of beer. Braudog (6712) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - AUG 30, 2012
Bottle. Big muddy pour ... deep, dark and woody. The aroma carries a bit of varnish. This drinks with a gigantic character ... thick, chewy even. The woodsy bitterness is the predominate aspect of this brew ... with a thick-as-stone malt backdrop. Good stuff, worthy. (#4754, 8/30/2012) greenclansman (906) - Nicosia, CYPRUS - DEC 7, 2012
Amber color...hopy aromas.
Malt, caramel with a dry bitter finish.
Very pleasant beer