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RATINGS: 89   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.37/5   IBU: 54   EST. CALORIES: 192   ABV: 6.4%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
We’re no monks, but our Belgian-style IPA gives a tip of the hat to our divine brethren. Brewed with rich malt, noble hops, Trappist yeast and a kick of coriander, this is one complex beer. Hop Trapp pours with a refined bitter backbone, floral hoppy notes and a decidedly Belgian finish. This brew is worthy of some serious contemplation.

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KamGoPro (220) - Texas, USA - JAN 25, 2014
Light easy drinking, slight caramel flavor amongst the bitter ipa tastes. Not the most strong ipa ever

3.4
jkwalking05 (4743) - Arlington, Texas, USA - DEC 31, 2013
(Backlog) 12 oz botle. Clear light amber with a decent off-white head. Aroma is caramel, sweet, citrus, pine, and hoppy. Taste is of caramel, sweet malts, pine, and citrus.

3.7
SpringsLicker (3644) - Tennessee, USA - DEC 18, 2013
Thanks to crajun for sending this one in a trade. Pours hazy gold with a white head. The aroma is spicy citrus with a touch of Belgian funk in back. The flavor is lightly bitter but with little malt sweetness. Not a typical IPA though due to a definite Belgian yeast influence. Nice one, definitely different than the norm.

4.1
onceblind (9886) - Denver, Colorado, USA - NOV 17, 2013
Clear bronze with a generous foamy off white head. The nose is citrusy and funky with a Belgian bright fruit ester combined with American hop dankness. The flavor is strong and malt forward with some toast and earthy caramel sweetness, with some trailing Belgian pear/apricot esters following behind with a touch of grapefruit rind. Really pleasant, complex, and quite drinkable.

2.7
gkeh (482) - Texas, USA - NOV 16, 2013
Hay malts on the nose. Slight floral tones are there. Pours a dark amber with a very thick head that lasts throughout. Light bitter taste is there, as well as a a light sweetness. Just OK, and not my idea of an IPA.

2.8
sloth (2910) - Ceciltucky, Co., Maryland, USA - NOV 3, 2013
Medium sized off white head with good retention and a nice coating lace that lasts. Hazy, copper amber hued brew. Mild nose of floral, spicy hops and maybe a hint of vinegar? Lightly medium in body with a slightly prickly carbo level, lil oily. Light grainy flavors and pepperyness, little grass ans ome metallic notes, yeasy. Fairly dry finish, little fruit. Too clean. Bottle from fiveacestx. Thanks Cam!

3.5
edcu5 (10) - Texas, USA - OCT 26, 2013
Happy to call this a Texas beer! Its got a fantastic hippy flavor with a great finish. I wish I would have bought more of this one!

3
Experiment_Ale (1098) - Dallas, Texas, USA - OCT 22, 2013
12oz at my place with Ceasar. Bottle is old apparently. Aroma is floral juicy, some earth. Tarts is thin on hops, sweet, juicy floral.

3.4
brystmar (1314) - Dallas, Texas, USA - SEP 27, 2013
Bottled 8/13/13. Red-amber color, delicate white head and lace form up top. Sweet grainy malt and Belgian spices fill the air, supplemented by hops on the back end.

Sweet grain pushes the earthy hops back, imparting malty sweetness in its place. I thought I liked malty Single IPAs, but this is a bit much for me. However, the sticky, surprisingly viscous mouthfeel rocks my world. An interesting brew.

3.3
5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - SEP 7, 2013
Bottle:   Dull amber, a little dark and hazy, thin off-white head, little lacing.   Candyish citrus peel like hopped up nose.   A little musty up front, pale/dank citrus bitterness that isn’t as sweet or candyish as the nose suggested.   Moderate body and mouthfeel.   Muted bitter finish, dull candyish citrus peel.   Not bright, but still interesting.   Thanks Bill!



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