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RATINGS: 36   MEAN: 3.88/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.79/5   EST. CALORIES: 285   ABV: 9.5%
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4.4
Patrik (822) - Amarillo City, - MAR 4, 2017
The Well Brooklyn. Mörkt klassisk ipa färgad. Ja typ Oppigård Thurbo färg. Fyllig i munnen och smaker av torkade frukter. Blåa druvor . Jääätefin lång smakrik eftersmak. Beska perfekt och lågt kolsyrad såklart.. Ja inte överraskad då Pioeworks gjort flera världsklass Dipa . Denna Amarillo Dipa likadan . Lite varm känsla i munnen. Så här ska fyllig Dipa smaka

3.7
Ratman197 (14976) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - JUL 11, 2016
Bomber poured a clear amber with a small lasting ivory head. Aromas of bread, orange zest, light grapefruit and a hint of pine. Palate was light to medium bodied and crisp with a dry finish. Flavors of bread, orange zest and light grapefruit with a crisp dry bitter lingering orange zest finish.

3.9
Niko100 (2943) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JAN 24, 2016
Hazy amber color; Medium slightly creamy body; Aroma of pine hops, floral, some fruit, & citrus; Flavor of slight sweet malt, caramel/foffee, pine hops, tropical fruit, and citrus; Finish is fairly bitter; Nicely balanced; Good and enjoyable.

3.6
Strife21 (338) - North Wales, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 3, 2015
Pours hazy dark copper with white head. Smell is citrus, pine and resin. Taste is hope, pine, citrus and caramel malt. Medium body, medium carb.

4
Beaver (1807) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - NOV 6, 2015
22 oz bottle. Pours clear copper gold with a big creamy off white head that retains well and laces the glass.

The aroma is sweet fruity malts and piney hops.

The flavor is sweet bready malts with tropical fruit and lots of resiny piney hops. The mouthfeel is medium to full bodied with smooth carbonation.

Overall, a nice piney fruity DIPA.

4.1
TattooJack (518) - Illinois, USA - OCT 20, 2015
Poured from the $10- bomber, brownish amber with 2 finger white collar. Taste is gritty, peppery, spicy, sour orange, and a touch tropical. Dry at the end, not really bitter and can’t really taste any of that 9.5%, Pipeworks strikes again.

3.8
Thechasm442 (1005) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 16, 2015
Fresh bomber served in a tulip. The pour is a hazy golden orange with a fair bit of white head that shrinks to cover the top and leaves nice lacing. Aroma is tons of tropical and citrus up front. It reminds me of juicy fruit gum. Lots of bright orange, pineapple, lemon, and dank aromas. Taste is more bright citrus flavors. Oranges, lemons, peaches, pine resin, and some bread and caramel to round it out. Mouthfeel is sticky and it clings. Alcohol is hidden well. Really nice beer. Taste’s just like boatloads of amarillo hops.

3.7
maekchu (3947) - Hirakata, JAPAN - MAY 6, 2015
Bomber. Thanks to Justin. Caramel nose, with some cream cheese and powdered sugar. Caramel, bit of tart fruitiness, very sweet fruit through mid and final. Good balance. Very tasty. Could use a bit more carbonation. Nice stuff, with sweet maltiness and spicy hopping.

3.7
KyotoLefty (10367) - Kyoto, JAPAN - MAY 5, 2015
Bomber. Creamy malt nose, peaches, orange, vanilla. Creamy malty flavor, stone fruits, good bitterness, very peppery, apple. Mellow and smooth. Malty as hell but not cloying.

3.9
whitehotg8 (85) - Illinois, USA - APR 11, 2015
Into the ipa glass. Slightly hazy yellow orange in color with a frothy sticky white head. Aromas of pine, spice, slight skunk and light stone fruits. Taste is very mildly spicy with some nice fruit coming through along with a good amount of malt sweetness on the end. Bitterness is nearly nonexistent. I am continually impressed with Pipeworks. Keep it up guys!


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