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RATINGS: 1218   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.76/5   SEASONAL: Spring   IBU: 100   EST. CALORIES: 300   ABV: 10%
Each year GUBNA takes on a personality of its own. We seek out the most exciting and best available hops from each individual season to create a potent and complex Imperial IPA. GUBNA is packed with Rye and North American Pale Malt and accented with Munich Malt to give a spicy and flavorful backbone to support loads of kettle hops driving the IBUs to triple digits.
** This beer will now feature different hops in the massive dry hop every year.
2015 - Features whole leaf Galena hops, plus Sorachi Ace and Columbus hops. Dry hopped with copious amounts of El Dorado, Comet and Chinook.

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larsga (7627) - Oslo, NORWAY - AUG 8, 2010
Small white head. Hazy yellow body. Citric floral anise aroma with notes of resin and pepper. Dry-sweet orangey anise taste with meaty floral notes. Fullish body. Sharpish mealy somewhat hot mouthfeel. Bitter orangey mealy aftertaste with floral alcoholic notes. A bit too overpowering and harsh. Could use more restraint. (0.35l can, Olympen, Oslo.)

steelcitybrew (454) - Orlando, Florida, USA - AUG 7, 2010
12 oz can from total wine. Pours a golden orange, a bit cloudy with a thick white head. Lots of lacing. Aroma is grapefruit, maltiness, and very hoppy. Taste is citrus grapefruit notes. Very hoppy and with a bitterness bite at the end. Palate is good. Medium mouthfull with a decent finish. Not the most drinkable. But very good anyway

bubbleflubber (2235) - Swannanoa, North Carolina, USA - AUG 7, 2010
Man, what a great offering. Pours hazed orange-straw into the glass, with a minimal ring of soap lacing left behind. Fresh citrus nose. Nice caramel malt, grapefuit, orange peel, citrus zest, and a whallup of fresh resinous peppering pine hops to finish off the back-palate. The body is chewy with a full body. A touch of alcohol at the very end of the pull, but otherwise, the 10% ABV is well-integrated. Thick, big and bold with lots of character, substance and complexity... just like I like my IIPA’s. Superb, really.

zdk (1917) - New York, New York, USA - AUG 6, 2010
can: pours clear orange. Floral, grassy and hay arouma. Caramel and bready malts, cloying honey sweetness that’s just too much. Has a nice hoppy bitterness but balance is off. Finishes really boozey and astringent. bleh

jlab2010 (9) - Alabama, USA - AUG 6, 2010 does not count
Extremely bitter aroma and taste. Not enough of an actual flavor to counteract the bitter aftertaste.

AR (1002) - Georgia, USA - AUG 6, 2010
Clear amber with a decent sized head. There is a strong pine aroma when the can is opened. The beer is strong and smooth. The flavor includes citrus and pine. Appears to be a combination of oranges, grapefruit, and a little lemon.

sneagrams3 (2337) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - AUG 6, 2010
The Dan Journal #375. Tasted 8/2/10. 12oz Can. Hazy and mildly sedimented. Golden orange hue. Lacing bone white head. Bready aromas with a bitter note of orange rind and fresh, soggy hops. Big skunky hop note. Full bodied and very bitter. Hop dominant with a nice rye accent. Great bitter on bitter between the rye malts and the hops. Solidly produced!

fear025 (213) - Downers Grove, Illinois, USA - AUG 3, 2010
Aroma:Smells like a skunky grapefruit. There’s a small garlic or onion smell in the aroma. Appearance:Gold in color, very clear, and has very good head retention. Taste:This beer is heavy on the malt and the hops. On the foretaste I get wild onion. This changes through the aftertaste to become more hoppy. This beer has an interesting savory flavor. Palate:Nice carbonation. Medium thick body. A little bit harsh. Overall:A slightly challenging beer to drink, but if you like DIPAs you will be well rewarded with a unique complex beer.

illidurit (2354) - San Francisco, California, USA - AUG 2, 2010
Pours a nice clear bronze color with a healthy khaki head. Leaves some creamy lacing. Aroma is bright and atypical. Pink grapefruit abounds but there’s something else, kinda like orange juice or that tropical orange/mango/pineapple juice. I can see why people might call this beer garlicky. There’s no explicit garlic taste, but there’s a similar spiciness to the hops in addition to the expected citrus aspect. Besides that, there’s a pronounced caramel maltiness midpalate that’s a bit too heavy for me. Gives it that syrupy maple-syrup-on-grapefruit character. Definitely more in the west coast barleywine vein. No alcohol in the taste but there’s an obvious warmth in the chest after each sip. Bitterness is firm but not really up to double IPA standards. Syrupy body with lowish carbonation. A little sugary to be particularly drinkable. This is a perfectly decent beer, and maybe a bit underrated.

scrizzz (2223) - Bothell, Washington, USA - AUG 1, 2010
Dank intense aroma of hop resin, sticky. Simple in profile, with a little added pineapple. Yellow gold, sticky clingy white head, great lacing. Smoky pine, gummy body, little cat pee harshness as Summit stands out to be judged and recognized. I guess I like my Summit in smaller does as this borderlines gimmicky for my palate.

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