Brewed by Nøgne Ø (Hansa Borg)
Style: Imperial IPA
Grimstad, Norway
Serve in Shaker, Snifter


on tap

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RATINGS: 771   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.78/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 100   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
English: Jan Halvor Fjeld, winner of the Norwegian home brewing championships 2010 brewed his champion Imperial IPA at Nøgne Ø. We at Nøgne Ø are of course proud to be with him in making this happen.
Ingredients: Grimstad water, malted barley, hops and English ale yeast.

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RawKuz (60) - NORWAY - FEB 22, 2013
Brewed in collabration with the winner of the homebrew contest in Norway. The name comes from Kjell (founder of Nøgne Ø) and the winner of homebrew are both former SAS pilots. Hoppy aroma has a strong, sharp, slightly dusty fruity overtone. Pours copper with a fairly thick head. Flavor is quite hoppy and fruity. Prefer this one before the regular IPA from Nøgne Ø

DanielBrown (4563) - Birmingham (via Leicester), West Midlands, ENGLAND - FEB 20, 2013
Bottle from Stirchley Wines, Birmingham. Bright orange, with lacing which wraps around the innards of the glass. Smells is sweet, thick, rich, with some hop-laden malt extract. Pretty thin in the mouth, which is pleasant cos it negates the threat of sickliness. Very easy supping for a DIPA and whilst it doesn’t have the grunt of some bigger beasts, it does strike me as lovely, dignified and well balanced hop treat.

drsordr (2926) - Loveland, Ohio, USA - FEB 17, 2013
Bottle pour cloudy brown with orange hues. Nose of some dank hop, slight boozy, and bready malt. Some pine hop flavor and decent bitterness. Strong malt presence. To me taste more like a barley wine than double IPA

HoppyBudgie (940) - SOLA, NORWAY - FEB 15, 2013
hay, roasty, citrus, grass, cheese, ginger, skunky, cloudy, brown, golden, minimal head, light sweetness, very bitter, lightly sour, umami, medium body, oily feel, thick feel, soft carbonation, bitter, long finish,

Frenger (367) - Derby, Alabama, ENGLAND - FEB 7, 2013
Bottle from sheffield tap. I probably left this a bit left as it had lost some hoppiness. Still very nice.

Metalchopz (3675) - Cantley, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 4, 2013
Another great product from this brewery. Pours a hazy golden-amber colour with an off-white foamy head, decent retention and lots of soapy lace. Lots of sediments floating all-over as well. Aromas of fresh hop at first, but seems to be taken over by the alcohol, caramel warmth with some notes of fruits (orange, peach). Good, almost full body, with some nice mild dryness in the finish, but a better wetness all-the-way, making this one well-balanced. Easy to drink, with the hop in the taste, but not overdone. Grapefruit, malt and hints of toffee. Nice citrus zest in the aftertaste.

TimE (6268) - Tokyo, JAPAN - FEB 4, 2013
passion fruit and caramel. Full body, sweet malty backbone. Well balanced with just some sweetness. Alcohol well hidden.

GuinnessHong (147) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - FEB 2, 2013
Pours a dark copper, rust, orange color. Medium head, with some lacing. Hoppy, citrus aroma, with light odor of alcohol present. Heavy hops, grapefruit, orange peel flavor. Bitter aftertaste & linger.

lukin (672) - Ontario, CANADA - FEB 2, 2013
Bottle. Pours cloudy orange. Aroma of pine, citrus. Taste is sharp hops, sweet and syrupy. Solid double ipa, though not amongst the best.

Bart (2936) - Brussels, BELGIUM - FEB 2, 2013
Bottle 50 Cl @ Fiasco Bar, Oslo. Darker hazy amber coloured beer with no carbonation and a large off white head. Strong floral hoppy hopflowery hinted aroma. FUll palate. Finish is strong bitter herby hoppy infused. Ok but not top of the double IPAs.

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