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Brewed by Moor
Style: Imperial IPA
Bristol, England
Serve in Shaker, Snifter

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RATINGS: 186   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.75/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask: Occasional.
Also available bottled at 9.5% abv.
This is one big beer. Forget the ABV, which is just a by-product of the passion. James and Josh from the Queen’s Arms, Corton Denham, and I (hence JJJ) have a shared passion for great beers and were lamenting the lack of true IPAs in the UK. So we decided to brew our own version of heaven. Double IPA was just not good enough - we needed a triple IPA. Triple the gravity, triple the colour, and more than triple the hops. With nearly 700 kg of malt and over 11.5 kg of hops this beer is big in every sense. In fact, it was so big and hoppy that it broke our pump! Deep copper in colour, over the top in aroma and flavour, but somehow still remaining (somewhat) balanced, this beer is not for the faint of heart. And if you don’t like hops, don’t even think about it. But if you do, dare we say this may be the best beer you’ll ever taste. We like it so much that upon racking we decided to make it a permanent part of the range.

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daniele (9063) - ITALY - DEC 12, 2010
ambrata intenso buona schiuma persitente naso luppolato intenso resinoso agrumato lieve etilico maltato carameelo fruttata buon corpo amaro deciso ma non astringenta finale lungo

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leaparsons (10554) - Wigston, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - DEC 10, 2010
Bottle. Copper, red and brown with an off-white foam. Aromas are bubblegum and spices with marzipan and pine. Woody with cream and peppery alcohol. Tangerine with floral notes and yeast. Pink grapefruit with hints of banana. Flavours are tinned oranges syrup with spices. Bitter and sweet grapefruit with slight nutty notes. Warming alcohol but very smooth for it’s strength. Some vegetable aspects with floral, spicy hops. Very good.

3.7
TheEpeeist (3709) - Media, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 8, 2010
660 ml bottle. Foggy amber with white suds. Nose is candied orange peel, juniper, dusty attic and a touch of cayenne. Full bodied resin bomb but sadly almost flat. Taste is tangerine, caramel, gin and pink grapefruit. Finishes with a crunching bitterness and a burn.

3.5
Geokkjer (7627) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - DEC 1, 2010
[email protected] Warf, Aalborg.Pours amber orange whit a small white head.Aroma of caramel, citrus/grapefruit, and fruitiness.Flavor is sweet and warming with some caramel and a sweet and bitter finish.Full body, average carbonation.

4.3
wyzzywyz22 (2108) - Wirral, Merseyside, ENGLAND - NOV 16, 2010
Bottle, Corks of Cotham, Bristol. Very murky amber pour with a medium sized, lingering off white head. Nose had plenty happening and was very fragrant and hop laden, with notes of sweet malt, sweaty pits (arm not coal), bubblegum and booze. Flavour was also big, with balanced fruit and sweetness tussling with a good and heavy hop hit that was just bob on and left a cracking bitter finish.I wish there were more English IPAs like this out there. Very enjoyable stuff. Dug it.

3.5
mR_fr0g (12128) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - NOV 9, 2010
On tap at the Rake London. Aromas of citrus fruit, grapefruit and toffee malts. Big bitter hop flavour and nice malt backbone. Quite similar to Brewdog’s Hardcore.

3.7
theSlipperyPen (285) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 31, 2010
From the bottle, 9.5% ABV. Pours a copper toned amber with a blood orange tint to it; the head is a tall, tight thing but quickly lows, leaving a yellow ring and some fine lacing. The nose is big on the malts and citrus fruits; fresh orange, marmalade and a sharper grapefruit aroma. These carry through to the palate, with the malt holding a rich toffee taste. The hops go straight into bitter mode, balancing the sweetness somewhat. However, this remains a rounded IPA. I’m not sure when this was bottle but the hops seem to have lost some of their floral characters, leaving the beer with a malt heavy quality; closer to the barley wine mentioned on the label. It’s really very tasty though. You can tell there’s booze here but it makes up part of the flavour profile rather than being heated in any way. The mouth feel is thick with a medium carbonation, giving the beer a creamy texture. It finishes on orange peel, pith and bittersweet hops. And finally there’s a slight cheesiness, a little vintage cheddar, if you will. An excellent beer.

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Quack-Duck (9484) - Down South, GERMANY - OCT 27, 2010
bottle from Darts Farm (08/2010). Nearly clear, perhaps slightly hazy chestnut-amber colour. Rather shy but very pleasant resiny-citrusy hop aroma. Full-bodied, intensive malt flavours, incredibly intensive resiny-citrusy hop flavours. Perhaps a bit more resin-flavours in the hops than in some American Double IPAs. Lingering bitter-dry hoppy finish. Spicy and very, very hoppy. The alcohol is detectable though very well disguised.

3.8
lusikka (7813) - Tampere, FINLAND - SEP 27, 2010
Tap @ Olutravintola Pikkulintu. Rated @ 22.4.2010.
Pours a dark amber colour with a white head. Good retention and lacy. Loads of hops with fruity notes, pleasant. Mild sweet flavour of caramel malts, fresh hops and fruits. Great dry hoppy finish. Medium bodied with a slicky mouthfeel. Pleasant brew.

4.8
Thure (152) - DENMARK - SEP 3, 2010
@ The Wharf. The aroma is tense maltieness and American citrus hops. Colour is murky copper what looks like hop haze. Flavor is intense citrus and grape with a nice strong maltyness backbone. It is very like Avery Brewing Co’s Maharaja double IPA. A very intense malt and hops beer.


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