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style
Brewed by Poppels Bryggeri
Style: Imperial IPA
Jonsered, Sweden
Serve in Shaker, Snifter

bottled
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RATINGS: 215   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.72/5   IBU: 80   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Ölen du håller i din hand är en Dubbel IPA, en ny ölstil skapad av amerikanska mikrobryggerier under 1990-talet. Med en “bigger is better”- mentalitet ökades innehållet av malt och humle jämfört med i en normal IPA. I en bra DIPA finns balans mellan den kraftiga humlen och en fyllig maltkropp.

“Jag har jobbat mycket med malten för att hitta en bra balans med humlen. Det gör att ölet trots sin kraftiga karaktär upplevs runt och harmoniskt.”
- Daniel Granath, bryggmästare

Originally only a single batch was made named "Poppels Projekt 001 Dubbel IPA".
By popular demand and winning "Best Swedish Beer 2013" by members vote at BeerSweden was decided to continue in production, though with the same recipe as the project beer.


New batch was released March 1, 2014, at Systembolaget under the (website) name "Poppels Dubbel IPA (nr 88888)".

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3.8
melush (4486) - SPAIN - DEC 18, 2016
Tap @ Irreale, Madrid, Spain. A: Hazy amber. T: Hops, citrus, tropical fruits, resin.

3.6
nilsas (4469) - Bryne, NORWAY - DEC 14, 2016

Lukt: Citrus og honning.
Utseende: Gyllen.
Skum/kullsyre: Tykt skum, heng langs kant.
Smak: Citrus og søtlig honning.
Hvor: Melkebaren, Sandnes.
Medium: [email protected], [email protected]%, Nå[email protected]

4.1
Tobiasoe (72) - NORWAY - DEC 6, 2016
Golden amber under thick white head. Fair aroma intensity of tropical fruit, fresh pine needles and some dried fruit. Medium full body on palate with fresh attack, soft bitterness, solid fruity midpalate, and a finish that weaves well the sweetish dried fruit malt with weighted bitterness, which lingers on discreetly. Very good, balanced brew.

3.8
teddybeer (4048) - Madrid, SPAIN - DEC 5, 2016
Cloudy orangish color with a minimal white head. Aroma has hoppy notes, orange, grapefruit and some citrus. Flavor with a decent bitterness, very fruity. Enjoyable. Good bitterness in the final, some peachy hints.

3.7
GoddamnNoise (179) - Pontevedra, SPAIN - NOV 27, 2016
33 cl. bottle @ home Aroma: not very intense but very good aromas of mango, passion fruit, tropical fruits, grapefruit. Hints of pine, citrus. Some very light hints of skunky aromas appeared when warmed and swirled. Appearance: very good appearance. Light amber-golden color with huge creamy white head, with much above average retention. Hazy. Low Brussels’ lacing. Taste: medium sweetness, medium bitterness, low sourness. Very good flavors of fruits, tropical fruits, mango, passion fruit, grapefruit. Well balanced. Palate: medium body, oily texture, average carbonation, very long bittersweet finish of tropical fruits, mango, passion fruit, grapefruit and nice citric overtones. Overall: very good appearance. Not very intense but very good aroma. Aromas and flavors of mango, tropical fruits, fruits, passion fruit, grapefruit, hints of pine and citrus. Very fruity and drinkable. Very pleasant. The high alcohol level is not noticeable, only a light warming effect is present. Very good beer.

3.8
Idiosynkrasie (7854) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - NOV 26, 2016
330ml bottle. Cloudy, amber colour with average to huge, soft, fluffy, mostly lasting, moderately lacing, off-white head. Intense, piney, resinous and citrusy hoppy aroma, notes of lemon, pineapple, caramel malty background. Taste is moderately sweet caramel malty, piney hoppy, sweet-ish notes of orange, hints of liquorice. Well balanced, holistic, very harmonious.

3.8
Alengrin (5639) - BELGIUM - NOV 24, 2016
From tap at Gollem in Antwerp, shared by 77ships, thanks. Swedish DIPA with thickly lacing, dense, egg-white, moussy head and lightly hazy orange blonde robe with somewhat amberish hue. Aroma of orange juice, dried mango, green banana, biscuit, some lychee, strawberry, sweet white wine, cereals, flowers. Fruity onset with hints of mandarin, passion fruit and yellow kiwi, fizzy and even slightly ’stinging’ carbo, smooth and full body. Nice biscuity malt middle with a cereally aspect to it, leading to a long, aromatic hop finish, peppery and very grapefruity, with floral, light pine and some dried exotic fruit notes, supported by warming, gin-like alcohol. Very decent DIPA, recommendable as an introduction to the style I’d say, in being a bit stereotypical and less exuberant than many others in this style.

3.8
77ships (10844) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - NOV 21, 2016
Draft glass @ Gollem. Clear darker orange with creamy off-white head, nice lacing. Nose is mellow yeast, herbal pine resin, thick dried orange peel. Taste has barely any fruity characteristics, all bitter herbal pine resin & dried orange peel, quite bitter, bit too yeasty, dough dough, rahter malty, lingering bitter finish. This is a bit like many "exterme" USA IPA used to be 5 - 7 years ago. Interesting blast from the past, feels out of line, out of synch now. Body is orange peel. I prefer the currnet hop bomb DIPA’s but this is an interesting & solid throwback. This is actually apparently a pretty recent recipe.

3.6
Desverger (12609) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - NOV 4, 2016
Bottle shared with the Mrs, sourced from Systembolaget Hansa, Malmö, - pours orange with a white head. Aroma and taste comprises sweet tropical fruits, prominent grapefruit, tangerine, citrus peel, with good malty backbone, caramel, toffee, resinous hoppy, pine needles, bitter finish.

3.3
JimmyBoy74 (637) - Örebro, SWEDEN - OCT 30, 2016
33 cl från systembolaget. Efter att först drukigt Hello my name is Ingrid så är denna ganska slätstruken.


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