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RATINGS: 824   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.67/5   IBU: 82   EST. CALORIES: 291   ABV: 9.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
At Left Coast Brewing Co. we pride ourselves on being one of the pioneers of Double IPA style craft beer. This hop monster uses Premium American 2– Row and a touch of light crystal malt to create a solid malt foundation. Five different Hop Varieties are used in the Hop Juice. It spends two weeks dry hopping in fermenter contributing to its great hop aroma. Starts out sweet and finishes with the crisp bitterness of a Double IPA. This drinkable blend will have you HOPPING till nights end.

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3.3
Lubiere (13941) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 21, 2013
An amber ale with a thin mocha head. In aroma, a doughy biscuit malt with grassy floral hops hops, raisin, not bad. In mouth, a rather doughy biscuit malt with resinous and floral hops, raising dough, OK. Bottle at Downtown Brew fest LV 2013.

3.8
Drake (13939) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 24, 2014
Bottle. Pours a clear copper color with a thin head. Aroma of dank, tropical, melon hops, caramel malts. The taste is bitter herbal, dank, tropical hops with some caramel malts. Medium bodied, lingering bitterness, decent balance.

3.2
Christian (13678) - Odense, DENMARK - DEC 5, 2009
Golden with a small white head. Aroma is fruity with green grass and vegetable notes, some malt and a whiff of alcohol. Sweet malty flavour with toffee notes, some citrus hops and alcohol. If you wanna call it hop juice I prefer more hops and less sweet alcohol bomb

3.9
Stuu666 (13614) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 26, 2016
Bottle at home. Pours clear golden amber, nose is herbal, grapefruit, sweet toffee, taste is similar.

3.4
BeerandBlues2 (13594) - Escondido, California, USA - OCT 27, 2009
UPDATED: FEB 23, 2011 GABF 2009 and again at Oggi’s Point Loma. Pours clear light yellow with a small, fizzy white head, mostly diminishing with fair lacing. Aroma is heavy malt (cookie, hay, straw, cereal), heavy hop (flowers, grass, pine, resin), average yeast (sweat) with notes of pear, peach, honey, and apricot. Medium bodied, alcoholic texture, average carbonation, and a bitter finish. Long duration, light sweetness, heavy acidity and bitterness. This beer is a bit boozy.

3.6
bierkoning (13387) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - SEP 13, 2015
Bottle. Orange color. Ripe tropical fruit in the grassy herbal maltaroma. Malty sweet herbal grassy flavor with ripe tropical fruit. Hop bells. Tea leaves. Quite likeable.

3.8
Dogbrick (13132) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - MAR 20, 2009
Bottle at the Oggi’s Apple Valley location. This brew is a clear dark amber color with a medium thin off-white head that dissipates steadily. Rings of lacing on the glass. Aroma of grassy hops, pine and caramel malt. Medium body with a decent amount of piney hops character. Some sweet malt and citrus in the background too. The finish is hoppy with a grapefruit aftertaste. Solid from start to finish.

3.6
crossovert (13078) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 16, 2012
Not bad. Medium bitterness, zippy palate. Mostly concentrated orange but some grapefruit in the finish.

3.2
bu11zeye (13029) - Frisco (Dallas), Texas, USA - DEC 17, 2007
(22oz bottle) Pours a clear golden body with a medium white head. Aroma of caramel, chocolate, citrus, and a touch of maple syrup. Flavor of hops (pine, citrus, floral, resiny) and caramel with a hint if cocoa with a dry finish.

4
hopdog (12673) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 7, 2004
UPDATED: JAN 15, 2006 On tap @ the San Diego Strong Ale Fest. On cask. Poured a darker amber color with a small white head. Piney with some grapefruit and oranges. Sweet with a bitter finish.


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