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RATINGS: 243   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.65/5   SEASONAL: Winter   IBU: 70   EST. CALORIES: 219   ABV: 7.3%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This mythological beer emerges from the depths of our brewery every winter. Made with Cascade, Centennial and Simcoe hops and six organic malts, “A-Bomb” has a complex floral, spicy and citrus hoppiness backed up by just the right amount of malt sweetness. 7.3% ABV, 17 deg. Plato, 70 IBU.

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3.4
blipp (9790) - La Mesa, California, USA - NOV 17, 2017
Draft. Pours orange with an off white head. Toasted and lightly sweet malts, some floral hop bitterness, faint citrus, and a light toasted malty finish. Solid.

2.6
Sammy (12846) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 21, 2017
cask days 2017. sourish corriander is only taste i got. lots of malt backing. boring.

3.4
bdleedahl (601) - , Saskatchewan, CANADA - OCT 5, 2017
Quite hoppy, could easily pass as an ipa, no winter spice to it or anything. Decent beer, well made.Hopworks portland ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.5
wekker84 (2420) - etten-leur, NETHERLANDS - JUN 7, 2017
Can a red brown copper colored beer with a white head aroma malts citrus fruits yeast dark fruits spicy and hops flavor malts citrus fruits caramel dark fruits spicy yeast and bitter hops

3.2
nealblind (1979) - Seattle, Alabama, USA - APR 4, 2017
gold red copper. Aroma old malts some cherries, slight booze some doughy bread. Tastes huge bitter, sorta creamy caramel malts. lost on its way to a barleywine.

3.5
fonefan (51611) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAR 31, 2017

Can 473ml. @ Stadin Panimobaari, Kaasutehtaankatu 1, rakennus 6, Helsinki, Finland 00540.

[ As Hopworks Abominable Winter Ale ].
Unclear - hazy medium amber orange color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, bread, dusty, caramel, moderate hoppy, grass, hops. Flavor is moderate to light light heavy sweet and moderate bitter with a long duration, wheat, caramel - toffee - sweet malt, hops, dusty, grass - pine. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft. [20160706]

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4.4
Sheef (4) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 6, 2017 does not count
A delicious balanced winter ale checks all the boxes for a brew perfect for long winter nights.

3.7
Palme (4832) - Bergen, NORWAY - FEB 17, 2017

On tap @ Henrik. Looks warm and nice this. A cloudy deep peach orange, almost a little copper colored one this with a medium sized fading and islandy lacing off-white head. Like the sweet malty caramelly and almost barley wine strong nose. Red berries, concentrated and sticky. Quite pleasant. It tastes pretty good also this. More punch than the abv would suggest. Almost like a blend between a DIPA and a strong amber. It has a nice oily texture in the mouth and it’s about average on the carbonation. Well hopped for sure, but it’s lost more on the toffee caramelly sticky side. Grassy, some bitter marmalade and traces of red apples. Lots of flavor, really warming and quite good. 17.02.2017

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rosenbergh (11871) - Tampere, FINLAND - JAN 28, 2017
16 oz can. Canned on 13/Oct/2015. From beerrepublic.eu.

Clear mahogany color with a small off-white head.
Sweetness, raisins and malt in the aroma.
The flavor is old hops, some bitterness, dark fruits, raisins and sweet maltiness. If there was some hoppy freshness it’s long gone. They are selling some seriously old beers.

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DwarfeD (3539) - Amersfoort, NETHERLANDS - JAN 26, 2017
50cl can at Boothill, Amersfoort. Pale dark orange with a medium slightly off-white head. Medium body with moderate carbonation. Nice bitterness with subtle fruity tones. Caramel, resin, malts, pine, grass and spices. Very nice hoppy brew.


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