RATINGS: 704   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.79/5   EST. CALORIES: 372   ABV: 12.4%
Doom is re-released in 2017 as part of Founders "Barrel-Aged" series, and its abv raised to 12.4%.
Doom is unleashed when Founders’ award-winning specialty Imperial IPA, Double Trouble, is aged in bourbon barrels for four months to create a distinct flavor experience. So, while Double Trouble is brewed to turn your world upside down, Doom is brewed to tear it apart: pungent hops conspire with boozy bourbon notes to send your senses spinning.

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darb85 (310) - Canton, Michigan, USA - DEC 5, 2013
Best ipa I’ve ever had. Has a heavy bourbon flavor so it won’t be for you if that’s not your thing

jonnyguns (1108) - AUSTRALIA - DEC 5, 2013
Tap at draught 55. Poured a thick golden pour with no head. Nose has oak, bourbon and orange. Oak is quite dominating. Leads to the taste of oak and orange/mandarin. Really thick sweet malts coming through backed by the orange bitterness. Pretty solid stuff a bit too sweet though ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

Funkatrocious (119) - - NOV 28, 2013
Wowza. Can really taste and smell the bourbon. Drank at Boegemans, courtesy of B Kaser. Pours deep golden, white head. Fantastic. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

philipmeese (84) - Rowayton, Connecticut, USA - NOV 27, 2013
Coconut. Prominent in the nose and flavor. Weird things happen, i guess, when you push the alcohol limit, and then age in Bourbon barrels. But I wouldn’t have expected this. Attractive thin white head. Medium body with a a creamy mouthfeel.but even the finish leaves you with sweet coconut. Not to my liking, regrettably.

glennmastrange (2942) - hobe sound, Florida, USA - NOV 19, 2013
Bottle. Moderate roasted and caramel notes for the malt, heavy orange and a hint of perfume for the hops, faint dough for the yeast, with bourbon and date in the background. Head is small, bubbly, slightly off-white with fair lacing and is mostly lasting. Color is hazy medium amber/orange. Flavor starts lightly sweet and acidic, then the long finish is moderately bittersweet. Palate is on the fuller side of medium, oily with a lively carbonation and a finish that’s almost harshly alcoholic and a bit sticky. This DIPA has a lot of bold aromas and flavors, especially the bourbon-y parts.

harrymel (1551) - Spokane, Washington, USA - NOV 17, 2013
Well, let’s see what all the rage is about. Golden on apricot colored with a thin white sheet. Smells like sweet bourbon and bubble gum and diacetyl. Taste is malt, some nougat, vanilla, artificial caramel, alcohol, very, very sweet. Medium bodied with moderate carb and an off dry finish. Well, this is not what I expected. I have have barrel aged IPA and DIPA’s, but this is shit. Sweet, alcoholic, sweet and not very much like the style at all. That being said, if somebody is looking for a desert beer, I’d suggest this as it reminds me very much of a higher end Samiclaus.

Dr_MedievAle (215) - Alabama, USA - NOV 16, 2013
Sparkling, medium gold body with creamy white head. Decent amount of carb bubbles. Bourbon and pickle barrel on the nose. Tastes of intensely sweet caramel, belgian candies, and non-descript bitterness. Smooth woodiness in the background. Creamy and slick mouth feel. Not terribly crisp--didnt ferment out conpletely? Solid beer. Finishes with a hard alcoholic bite, so doesnt mask that well.

MaroonOrange (137) - - NOV 13, 2013
On tap. Light in color. Pleasant but mild aroma. The oak and bourbon mix very nicely with the beer and provide a nice balance for the hops. A barrel-aged double IPA that is very well made.

rxeight (3337) - Illinois, USA - NOV 9, 2013
Tastes like year old double trouble. Stale hops, didn’t get much bourbon or heat. Just a double IPA that was left way past its prime.

jdb288 (584) - Wake Forest, North Carolina, USA - NOV 8, 2013
Missing some of the hop flavor with the aging, but the bourbon notes certainly put this one over the top. A solid method of combining a beer like Double Trouble with the aging process. Wonderfully smooth.

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