Also known as Max Hophead Imperial Red
Commercial description
This beer contains water, malt, hops and yeast. That’s it - no exotic fruits or spices, no coffee or other breakfast foods, no rice, corn or other side dishes. It wasn’t aged on foreign or domestic wood tainted with the flavor of rival spirits. It is beer. If you’ve really gotta be’s an ale, it’s fairly red, it started at 17 degrees Plato, and finished at 2.1 degrees (if you’re a beer geek, you do the ABV math). Bittered with plenty of Northern Brewer hops and finished with Centennial, if there’s not enough hops for you then you name is probably Chris Terenzi. If it’s too much they you probably should have given your ticket to someone else.
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Max Hophead Imperial Red

The brewer markets this same or near-same product by more than one names. This can be the result of a brewer distributing this beer under different names in different countries, or the brewer simply changing the name, but not the recipe at different points in time.