jds2008 (20) - Washington, USA - NOV 30, 2014
Drinking from a can, but its amazing. Malty up front followed with strong pine and hoppy bitterness with some sweetish and citrus finish. vidacafe (10) - Seaside, Oregon, USA - NOV 4, 2012
Great seasonal ale, very pretty burnt orange/amber colored with frothy white head. Hints of nutmeg and cinnamon and alcohol. Wonderful seasonal beer but 7.3% should definitely be in larger font on the can! Great great ale though. Warming and nostalgic flavor. cudashots (1) - - NOV 14, 2013 does not count
amazing. first organic beer. sorry for jumping. had to pull the tab on #2 twenty minutes later. I’m smiling. seriously I just said that. this is good Mattrad (3) - - APR 5, 2013 does not count
My favorite winter beer. When this beast hits the shelves every fall I get excited. A-Bomb is not the faint of hops. It has both citrus and floral sroma from the cascade for a winter which is uncommon but it allows the right blend of pine from the Simone. These guys from Portland are making it right! liquidhedonism (289) - Beaverton, Oregon, USA - NOV 9, 2014
16 oz can. Aroma: malty and piney, with hints of caramel and biscuit. Taste/Palate: thick; starts sweet and creamy, and finishes crisp (almost sharp), with a long bitterness.
77ships (9827) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - MAR 28, 2016
473 ml. can. Canned on 13OCT2015. Great art. Lightly hazy orange amber with a creamy off-white head. Nose is milky yeast mixed in with mellow pine hops, orange rind & low toffee sweetness. Taste is mellow pine hops, orange peel, some milky yeast leading into a pleasantly sweetish vanilla, toffee & butterscotch malt finish. Creamy body,… Quite lovely, great mix of USA hops & sweetish malts, works really well. Feels like something that Stone would be proud of. I am really dinging the sweetness in the back, drinks really well. Age might have mellowed it a bit but I think that I might actually prefer this one like this with muted hops. I would definitely repeat buy this sucker if it was local etc. Drinks really well, very nice. Powertrip (1000) - Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - DEC 29, 2012
Single bottle purchased from Kensington Wine Market in Calgary, AB on 12/24/2012. Colour: Medium brown with light brown lacing. Nose: A whole pocket full of fruit and flowers from the hops. Subtle backdrop of toffee. Note of wet leather and tomato sauce. Huge nose with boundless energy. Taste: Medium sweet, medium bitter, medium sour. Like most brewery winter releases, this one is a bit sweet - but the malt is non-offensive and its integration is as slick as it comes. The hops are crisp and protruding - but again smooth and well crafted. Long, lingering finish of nut and even a dash of maple. Whoever was the mastermind behind this one is a genius. BEERJACK33 (1) - Bonney Lake, Washington, USA - NOV 1, 2013 does not count
Excellent beer. Great malt hop balance. Hits my soft spot for Centennial and Simcoe. Also redeems my experiences with organic beers. philbertk (1873) - Seattle, Washington, USA - OCT 26, 2010
Hopworks Urban Brewery--HUB--ABOMINABLE WiNTER ALE--ORGANiC BEER--2010. 7.30% ABV. 70 IBU’s. (4.5 / 5.0) Light tan big dense tight lacy lasting head. Enticing dark amber color. Huge floral pine citrus toasted hop front. Earthy sweet dry spicy hop resin zesty malty toasted caramel fruit body. Rich balanced smooth malty hop spice NW Winter Ale end. WOW! Abominable Hops! Sampled 10/25/2010 from 22 oz. bottle purchased at The Ballard Market, Seattle for $5.39 on 10/23/2010. epruittftw (39) - fort worth, Texas, USA - JAN 4, 2014
In 16oz can at solstice in hood river. A great winter ale. Not heavy like most winters, had mild fruit finish, not heavy. Great beer.